Are you equipped for the next Lighting Revolution? The Lighting Research Center (LRC), conducting research and development activities in the application of 3D printing to lighting since 2015, is sharing the knowledge they gained to date in a six-week, interactive, online course on the application of 3D printing to the design, development, and manufacturing of lighting components and products. The LRC 3D Printing Course will begin on September 30, 2020, and will run through November 18, 2020.
The 3D Printing Revolution has Begun
Additive manufacturing (AM), more commonly known as 3D printing, is poised to revolutionize the lighting industry. The revolution has already begun with a handful of designers setting the pace and some OEM manufacturers now offering 3D-printed lighting fixtures to the commercial market, but it’s just a glimpse of what’s more to come. It is expected that 3D printing will offer many benefits in the manufacturing of components for lighting systems, including the fabrication of cost-effective unique parts that cannot be made using traditional manufacturing methods, such as differentiating custom optics, heatsinks and flexible PCB and fixture designs.
3D Printing Course for Lighting Professionals
The course brought to you in an online setting, will provide training in the application of 3D printing to the design, prototyping, and manufacturing of lighting system components, and give participants the knowledge and skills needed to begin applying this technology in their own companies.
The course is designed for professionals from the lighting, 3D printing, additive manufacturing, and related industries to understand the possibilities of 3D printing for lighting and to learn more about each industry’s needs and capabilities.
LRC 3D Printing – More Info and Registration
You can find more information and testimonials about the course at our event pages, or just refer to the LRC pages directly to take part in the sessions and register.
This high-level quality course is highly recommended to any lighting professional interested in exploring the advantages and possibilities of 3D printing methodologies.