Museum-Quality Glass for Display Cases & More

Are you looking for the perfect glass for a framing or display project? UltraVue® Laminated Glass is a museum-quality glass, engineered to a tighter specification for discerning clients who demand the very best viewing experience possible.  JIT Companies has used UltraVue® glass with many one-of-a-kind projects from personal display cases to internationally acclaimed museums and art galleries.  The artists and designers that come to JIT usually have specific sizes, edge finishing, and polishing needs. JIT Companies offers precision waterjet cutting of custom/special shapes, waterjet cutting of holes, and flat edge polishing of grinding of UltraVue® Laminated Glass.

Why Get your UltraVue® Glass Project Done with JIT Companies

Trophy Cases with UltraVue® Laminated Glass
Marcus Mariota Sports Center

Close-up of the inside of the glass bonded corner of the trophy case.

JIT Companies and B & L Wood Creations worked together to create and construct the glass display cases at the state-of-the-art Marcus Mariota Sports Center. A major focal point in the student-athlete wellness showcase is a long glass corridor which is the trophy lobby. Tru Vue® UltraVue® Laminated Glass was the material of choice for the display cases since it would severely cut down on unwanted reflections caused by the other non-coated glass and lighting used within the display area. The display cases had angled tops which help eliminate the look of a step effect when you enter but created challenges with fabrication. JIT supplied the UltraVue® Laminated Glass and worked with striking precision to achieve perfection in the water jet cutting and precision edge polishing of the glass used in these unique display cases.
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Tru Vue® Glass Display Case for Poker Chips
Personal Project for Richard Folks

UltraVue TruVue museum-quality Glass display case

Final Installation of Poker Chip Display Case.

Richard had a vision for displaying some collectors Poker chips from Vegas prizefights. His final concern was the type of glass to be used for the display case and he reached out to JIT Companies for the answer. The detail in this project is extraordinary and some of the fine airbrushed paint details would have been missed if any other type of glass would have been considered for protection due to unwanted reflections. The UltraVue® laminated glass that was provided was the crowning touch to this impressive collection and display. JIT provided waterjet cut the laminated glass and then the edges were seamed to ensure it fit precisely into place. Eliminating any annoying reflections and providing a pleasant viewing experience for all to see; Richard clearly won this fight and it was our privilege to be in his corner.
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Soviet Era Display with TruVue Glass
Fine Art Institute of Chicago

Installation view of Revoliutsiia! Demonstratsiia! Soviet Art Put to the Test. Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Installation view of Revoliutsiia! Demonstratsiia! Soviet Art Put to the Test. Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Revoliutsiia! Demonstratsiia! Soviet Art Put to the Test, Courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago. The photos depict the “Storefront” showcasing textiles, Constructivist advertisements, and Suprematist porcelain from the Art Institute of Chicago. Developed especially for framing and display, Tru Vue® UltraVue® Laminated Glass is engineered to a tighter specification for discerning clients who demand the best viewing experience possible, like the Art Institute of Chicago.  Some other recommended applications and benefits of UltraVue® laminated glass include display cases for cultural heritage and fine art collections, irreplaceable works of art, framing for high traffic areas, reducing distracting reflections, UV protection, and more.
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Contact JIT Companies for Museum-Quality Glass

If you need museum-quality glass for your next display case or another laminated glass project, reach out to JIT Companies, Inc. for a helping hand. You’ll be glad you did! Contact us at 507-326-5240 or contact us online.  If you have a project you are ready for help on, you can submit an RFQ here on our website too.