3D Printing for Lighting Professionals: Part 1, Forum
3D Printing for Lighting Professionals: Part 2, Q&A
for Lighting Professionals
Our Founder, John Fox, is featured as one of four panelists in this educational forum presented by the IES of New York City. View the 3D printing process in action and learn how this technology has streamlined lighting manufacturing in today's ever-changing marketplace. Join us!
During his portion of the presentation, John details how 3D printing has revolutionized ASCENTI's custom lighting manufacturing processes, enhancing speed, accuracy and flexibility in fixture design and production.
Join us for a step-by-step foray into our 3D process, see an array of previously printed samples, as well as some ACTION video showing 3D parts being produced. With the power of additive manufacturing, we can quickly form multiple prototypes to verify fit, function and aesthetics prior to mass production. We can even utilize our 3D capabilities for quick, on-site mock-ups or for rapid or low-volume production scenarios. Discover why additive manufacturing is a vital capability for ASCENTI Lighting and all lighting manufacturers, now and in the future.
ASCENTI would like to thank the New York City Section of the IESNA and our esteemed host, Jessie Grillo of O'Blaney Rinker Associates, for putting this forum together. A special thank you goes to each of our fellow forum speakers with whom it was a pleasure to collaborate:
Arthur Young-Spivey, Creative Director of Technology, BluEdge
Quan Ga, Founder, Gantom Lighting and Controls
Christopher Quigley, Principal, Agency Custom