History

Assembly Guidance Systems, Inc. was founded in 1988 to develop, deliver, and support the use of lasers to display 3D data in stand–alone and integrated systems to enhance manual productivity.

Assembly Guidance has performed every major "First" in laser display for manufacturing. Click on the time line for a sampling of innovations that make LASERGUIDE the most efficient 3D laser projection system available.

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1987

First with laser projection system.

1990

First application of two-laser projectors on a single large complex part.

1991

LASERGUIDE selected by Boeing to eliminate templates in 777 production.

1994

Assembly Guidance introduces Multitasking, allowing more production with fewer projectors and control computers.

1995

First with KitGuide, improving the sorting efficiency on large cutting systems.

1996

First with green lasers: brightest, sharpest, easiest to see.

1998

First use of integrated metrology and laser projection for tool touch-up at NASA.

2002

First with Automatic Ply Verification.

2004

First with AutoAim/AutoFocus: one projector does the work of many.

2005

First with Wireless: no power or signal cables to trip on or damage.

2006

First integrated repair process team.

2008

2008 First portable AutoAim laser projector in Marine welding.