GED is announcing revisions to the look and feel of their software offering to elevate the GED Software product category and highlight the functions and benefits of each product.
Window + Door magazine announced GED as a winner of the 2019 Window + Door Awards during a ceremony at GlassBuild America: The Glass, Window & Door Expo in Atlanta.
As leaders in glass and window fabrication systems and software solutions, GED is proud to be exhibiting new products within the 10,400 square feet of booth space at booth #1935.
Glenwillow, Ohio – September 28, 2018 | GED Software introduced the WinTrax™ Intelligent Logistics system at GlassBuild 2018. WinTrax software will allow the user to track window components (WIP) and completed windows (finished goods) within residential vinyl window production facilities. “WinTrax is the fundamental platform that is going to give the customer the tool they […]
New i-Sight software enables window machinery to email maintenance, operations and financial personnel Twinsburg, OH – March 3, 2008 | Wouldn’t it be great if window machinery could email you with any problems or vital updates from the production floor? Now they can. GED Integrated Solutions introduces I-Sight, another LeanNET® software innovation. I-Sight enables your window machinery to email key personnel […]
Technology for Higher Output with Less Labor Twinsburg, OH – May 9, 2007 | GED Integrated Solutions has incorporated new technology to its Screen Frame System to improve output by 33 percent and further increase labor savings. The system can now produce up to 2,000 screen frame assemblies per shift with one operator. The improved […]
Twinsburg, OH ⎯ August 14, 2000 | Glass Equipment Development, Inc., a world-class manufacturer of IG fabrication systems, introduces another “System Solution” product with RemakeNow®, a WinSystem 1 application designed to increase production capacity by minimizing the time and labor required to create remakes and prevent duplicate remakes from being processed. Remakes are a major cause of inefficiency, confusion, and lost […]