Laser Products Industries
Laser Products Industries was founded in 1994. Since then, we have focused on designing, building, and supplying lasers to identify and gather job site job conditions. Once gathered, this information can be used to accurately fabricate finished products to match.
Our industry focus began in the flooring and construction industries providing the SL-24 Laser Square to help salesman easily determine if floors and walls were square, flat and/or level before a job was quoted. Using laser beams extending out of the unit at a 90º and 45º angles, users were able to accomplished this and also allowed for quick grid layouts for tile.
Currently, our main focus has shifted towards the countertop and millwork industries. With the advent of the LT-55 XL and more recently the LT-2D3D Laser Templators, efficiency and accuracy of digital templating kitchens, offices, and cabinet bases has been greatly improved while reducing cost and completion time.
Our lasers have received multiple awards including the AWFS Sequoia Award for Product Innovation and the TISE (The International Surface Event) Best Product of 2015. The Best Product of 2015 award was voted on by industry leaders including the Marble Institute of America and Stone World Magazine.
We have recently started working in the fabric and composite industries. Both have expressed a desire to bring the same efficiency, accuracy, and reduced cost of production that we are known for with countertops and millwork to their industries.
Proudly Made in the USA
We employ a full time staff of eight solely for the purpose of building, calibrating, servicing and supporting our lasers. All told, that is a combined total of just over 49 years of experience building and supporting lasers and laser templating systems.
What does “Made in the USA with US and imported parts” mean?
Laser Products Industries products are designed, engineered, machined, and assembled in the Romeoville, IL. With the exception of a couple components, all are of U.S. origin. However, in order to offer the highest quality of products, we are required to source some of these components from foreign countries. Therefore, according to the Federal Trade Commission, simply stating “Made in the USA” may be misleading to consumers.
Although we strive for our products to be comprised of 100% U.S. components, some are simply not made by any U.S. companies which forces us to look elsewhere. We perform rigorous testing on these components to ensure their quality meets our internal quality assurance specifications.
Please visit www.ftc.gov for more information.