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SPIE 3D Printing for Lighting Conference 2023, San Diego, California

SPIE 3D Printing for Lighting Conference 2023 In my position as editor-in-chief for 3DPrinting.Lighting, I am joining the OP318 Conference Committee for the "SPIE 3D Printing for Lighting Conference 2023" in San Diego, California 20 - 24 August 2023. Organized by SPIE Optics + Photonics, the 3D printing conference encompasses a wide range of topics

Door |2023-01-25T20:50:34+00:00januari 25th, 2023|Categorieën: Events, Lighting Technology|Tags: , , , , , |Reacties uitgeschakeld voor SPIE 3D Printing for Lighting Conference 2023, San Diego, California

PUBLICATION: Tracing the Evolution of Additive Optics Fabrication

3D Printing Speeds Up Optics Manufacturing MAKING MICRO-OPTICS IN ONE STEP. Whereas traditionally the manufacture of optical components was carried out through a laborious - and often inefficient - milling technique, modern 3D printing methods have boosted the speed and flexibility of the process. By adding layers of a cured resin until a shape is

Door |2021-09-21T06:32:55+00:00september 20th, 2021|Categorieën: Additive Manufacturing, Free Publicity, Printed Optics|Tags: , , , , |Reacties uitgeschakeld voor PUBLICATION: Tracing the Evolution of Additive Optics Fabrication

Lighting R&D: LED Luminaires and Advanced Manufacturing

SSL Expert Panel to Discuss Advanced Manufacturing of LED Lighting Luminaires The DOE SSL Expert Panel Sessions of September 2021, part of two series of meetings covering topics in LED materials and devices, lighting science, products, and manufacturing, were an excellent platform to discuss the latest in additive manufacturing for lighting systems design, manufacture, and

Door |2021-09-27T11:58:13+00:00september 27th, 2020|Categorieën: Additive Manufacturing|Tags: , , , , , |Reacties uitgeschakeld voor Lighting R&D: LED Luminaires and Advanced Manufacturing

The 3D Printing Revolution: From Hunting to Growing

The 3D Printing Revolution For thousands of years, manufacturing has been guided by the same principle. We take a block of material, machine, carve or chisel remove access material from it until we get to the final shape of the product we want to create. It is not much different from a hunter, way back in

Door |2018-06-22T18:15:30+00:00juni 22nd, 2018|Categorieën: Additive Manufacturing|Tags: , |0 Reacties
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