Laser Product Industries is marking 25 years of digital measuring solutions for companies in stone and various other industries. Founded by Dan Louis in 1994, LPI was created on the premise of helping people out by making their jobs easier, understanding how cumbersome it was to measure countertops, cabinets, and rooms in general, according to the company.
“I was fortunate enough to have the resources to engineer a few solutions that people liked and were beneficial for their business,” Louis said in a statement. CEO and owner of LPI. “I’ve always said the company exists for the benefit of the people, meaning not only our customers, but also our employees, many of whom have been with the company for more than 10 years. I wanted a place where hardworking Americans could have a good career and support their families.”
The first product developed by Louis for the company was the SL-24 Laser Square, which allowed installers to execute perfect 90- or 45-degree tile layouts. A few years later, he introduced the GS-28 and GS-40 Saw Laser a few years later that mounted on bridge saws and CNC equipment to create a visible laser guideline for precise cuts.
In 2004, Louis introduced the industry’s first laser templator, the LT-55, to digitally measure countertops and cabinets, add elements such as overhangs, edge styles and backsplashes, and produce a digital template ready for fabrication.
The company introduced the LT-2D3D Laser Templator in 2013 with an improved 2D Laser Templator software and a new 3D Laser TemplatePro software.
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