Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Currently you can’t buy online, but we do have over 120 stock holding distributors around the world. Please contact us to find out your nearest authorised distributor.
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Vision Engineering attends hundreds of tradeshows around the world, covering industries from dental technology through to aerospace. Full list of exhibitions and tradeshows can be found on our Events page.
Yes, all Vision Engineering products come with a warranty. This is usually held for a year after the product has been purchased. For more information, please see our warranty statement.
If you did not purchase directly from Vision Engineering, you may find that our distribution partners offer different warranty periods. If this is the case, you will need to discuss this with them directly.
All Vision Engineering products conform to European standards set out in the applicable EC directives.
From time to time Vision Engineering posts job vacancies on this website. If there is no job vacancy and you would like to send in your CV for future reference, please contact us
There are a number of ways you can get to see a product demonstrated.
- You can visit our tradeshow pages which tells you were we are exhibiting around the world.
- Contact us and find your nearest distribution partner. Some have showrooms and will be happy to demonstrate a product for you.
- Request a demonstration at your place of work.
Vision Engineering has been manufacturing for more than 60 years. During this time we have won several awards and our innovative technology has been patented. When you buy a product from Vision Engineering, you can expect professional after sales service and fully trained staff and distribution partners all around the world, to help with you both product and technical knowledge.
Vision Engineering is continuously investing in research and development. Listening to our customers helps us feed requirements back into the design process, resulting in products that users need and want.