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Tru-Vue, a subsidiary of Rock Island Bridge and Iron Works, was a manufacturer of stereoscopic filmstrips and corresponding stereoscope viewers, based in Rock Island, Illinois, from 1932–1951 and in Beaverton, Oregon, from 1951 until the late 1960s. The film strips, or film cards, were fed through a slide viewer similar to a View-Master, which was art deco or streamlined in style. The viewers wer

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"Tru Vue has not installed any new automation in the past few years so we haven't had any jobs impacted because of robotics. Our voluntary turnover is less than 10% and our average length of service is 11.4 years."

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"We try to create a work environment that is positive and provides constructive feedback. Sorry if this wasn't what you experienced. Hopefully you will find a position that you love."

Employee says

"Tru Vue is a manufacturer of high performance glazing products for the custom picture framing, museum and engineered optics markets. We are a leader in anti-reflective coatings, as well as conservation-grade UV protection and specialty glazing products for these markets. Over the past 6 years, since this review was written, we have expanded our initiatives in Fine Arts Market, the Engineered Optics Market, and TruLife. Whether it’s Museum Glass®, Conservation Clear® and Conservation Reflection Control®, or our acrylic glazing products including Optium Museum Acrylic®, and Vista AR® no other company has such a complete portfolio of high-performance glazing options as Tru Vue."

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"Old school management, not much room for advancement."

Production Worker (Former Employee) says

"Its a clean well kept factory but night shift is mean and they make the temps do everything. Company people dont have to work as hard as temps. I got let go there because my boss matt cake told temp agency i held up the line for 45 minutes and i didnt. He just didnt like me we didnt click.. you only get 3 breaks and no one comes around and even asks you if you have to go to the bathroom.. the samalion men would harrass me all night not fun place to work it all. Didnt enjoy it.Rotating weekends offShort breaks, no bathroom breaks"

Etch Line Technician (Current Employee) says

"The general attitude in the production plant is that everyone is lazy and doesn't do their job properly, this passes on to management and opinions are quickly made with little follow through."

Executive Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Did not like working for this company at all. Boss was mean. It was an industrial environment. No one to train me on what to do and how to do it.close to homeshort breaks if any"

Process Technician (Former Employee) says

"Typical day includes meetings at shift change, then assignments and work. If in process, your duties will include design control, scanning samples, and running coater.paid holidays, and decent benefitsworking nights has no support from dayshift support staff."

Production Technician (Former Employee) says

"A typical day here I would clock in at least a minute early, and get to the meeting room before 6am, we would have our daily stretches and the supervisor and others would go over performance, quality issues, and etc. we would then begin working at 6:30 to relieve the night shift. Usually, we would be assigned to a certain station and rotate 4 times a day every 3 hours. The culture of the workplace was good overall people could have some fun while working hard because we had to work together. Management usually did a good job of keeping production going well and fixing problems, but sometimes treated production workers poorly. Hardest part of the job was in high stress situations when corporate was rushing to get a project done and they were putting a lot of pressure on us we could make no mistakes but had to move very fast at the same time. Overall I learned how to focus better and be more proficient in my work ethic.Nice lunchroom, job security, work with hands, work in teamsunpaid lunch, strenuous work, very fast paced"

Boxer Stacker (Current Employee) says

"As A Beginner Coming In To The Company I Was A Little Unsure If I Would Stay Long Due To The Coworkers Mixed Personalities The Work Not Hard Its Just Getting Use To Dealing With Adults Who Tends To Act Childish. Once You Learn How To Block Out The Negativity You Will Be Ok. Managers Ok To Get Alone With. Everyone Is Helpful. I Definitely Enjoy Working Here. GrGrowth"

customer says

"Honestly I don't know why I was asked to rate and review my experience with Artisan HD when I have not yet received my order. In fact, I have received absolutely nothing after placing my order 10 days ago. No email order confirmation, no progress updates on my order, nothing. Not even a phone call. Artisan HD took my money the same day however. To prevent poor reviews like this in the future someone needs to reevaluate the way these auto emails go out. I'm sure when I actually received my order I will be pleased but as you can see I have a bad taste in my mouth at the moment. If I'm given another opportunity to review after receiving my order I will."

customer says

"Not happy with the way the picture was printed at all. It said highest quality and the picture came out distorted still."

Jacob Schmidt says

"Where is my order? Never got it."

Andrew Brumbach says

"Print quality was great, price was far, but levels were nothing like my image. Too much to spend for a low contrast, over-yellow version of my image."

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