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Designing 3D Printed Optics with OpticStudio & Luxexcel

May 11th, 2016

3D printing offers the potential to revolutionize manufacturing across a range of industries by disrupting economies of scale. While the challenges of fabricating components for optical and illumination design are significant, 3D printed optics are beginning to offer the necessary characteristics. In this webinar you’ll hear from Luxexcel, the leader in 3D printed optics, about unique optical design considerations when designing components that will be 3D printed. You’ll also learn about capabilities OpticStudio provides to facilitate the design 3D printed optical systems.


About the Presenters: 

Bram Meulblok is the Technical Sales Manager printed optics. Within Luxexcel he is responsible for training and supporting Sales Agents, Research Centers & Universities, Lighting Designers and as technical backup for sales colleagues for more indepth product/project discussions, both for R&D projects as for regular sales.

Akash Arora is the Zemax Product Manager. In his 8 years at the company he has held a diverse set of roles in technical support, software development, and product management. Akash earned his BS and MS degrees in Optics from the University of Arizona.