Design and manufacturing
Research and development
Vitrine Expo develops and manufactures its own exhibition solutions. From research and development, through design on 3D software, feasibility, prototyping, resistance tests, up to mass production or custom manufacturing.
We are constantly upgrading our product range as our research progresses and making the necessary improvements.
The design of new display systems will complete our range to meet collectors’ demands.
The manufacturing process of our products is done through several stages of transformation of the raw material.
Trespa Compact HPL panels and Altuglas (Plexiglas) panels are processed by mechanical milling on a CNC cutting bench.
Several finishing operations are then carried out on the HPL plates such as polishing the fields, CNC engraving, adding anti-slip pads.
The Altuglas (Plexiglas) walls also undergo treatment after cutting, such as engraving, polishing and hot bending for the ATLAS range models.
Packaging before shipment is then done by parcel or on pallet depending on the size and final weight of the product.
Altuglas® guarantees excellent light transmission and exceptional optical properties. As transparent as crystal, Altuglas® transmits and reflects light better than the finest glass. Higher light transmission than other materials is one of the major advantages of Altuglas® sheet and block.
The figures speak for themselves:
– Altuglas® light transmission: 92%.
– Light transmission of the glass: 90%.
– Light transmission of polycarbonate: 84-89%.
Altuglas® sheets are resistant to heat, UV rays and many chemical agents.
They also pass with flying colors the impact tests required in the construction industry, for example.
The high-pressure laminates designed by Trespa represent the high end of the compact panel.
They combine their excellent aesthetic qualities with properties and benefits that are of interest for interior design solutions.
Trespa HPL is an extremely robust material: resistant to scratches, impact, abrasion, chemicals and heat; characteristics that make it ideal for use in the display of works of art with high dimensions and weight.