Richard van de Vrie pitches Luxexcel and its 3D optics printing technology
Ecosummit TV: Richard van de Vrie pitches Luxexcel at ECO13 London. The resource efficient Dutch startup invented a new 3D printing technology for optics and lenses that reduces the development time and cost of new LED lights and other optical products. Now it is possible to develop new luminaires in days rather than months, a significant cost reduction potential for LED manufacturers that typically develop 75 products per year. Luxexcel is backed by Chrysalix SET in Amsterdam and Munich Venture Partners, patented its printoptical technology and has got revenues. It will be exciting to watch this company grow and take its limitless 3D printing technology to new markets and industries.
The ECO13 London presentation slides of Richard are available as PDF.
Tags: 3D optics printing, 3D printing, Chrysalix SET, ECO13 London, Ecosummit London 2013, LED, Lighting, LUXeXcel, Munich Venture Partners, Printoptical technology, Richard van de Vrie