Luxexcel is the only company in the world with technology that can 3D print ophthalmic lenses. The company started in 2009 and has optimized its 3D print technology for the ophthalmic market. The unique and highly accurate technology allows manufacturing lenses without the need for polishing. Key benefits of the technology are the ability to eliminate operational inefficiencies and the creation of new and perfectly customized products.
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24 Jul 2020

3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing 2020-2030: COVID Edition

IDTechEx Report: Dr Jonathan Harrop and Dr Richard Collins
24 Jun 2020


Attendee of AWE 2020
11 Apr 2018

3D Printed Ophthalmic Lenses As A Key Differentiator For Integrated Smart Eyewear Solutions

Luxexcel, Belgium
3 Nov 2017

3D Printing Software 2018-2028: Technology and Market Analysis

IDTechEx Report:
17 May 2017

Investment in 3D printed lenses

Luxexcel, a fast-growing company that developed a unique technology to 3D print ophthalmic lenses has announced that it received up to 10M US$ in equity financing from a group of financial and strategic investors.
15 Oct 2015

IDTechEx Show! announces winners of Launchpad new technologies comp

Ten early-stage companies have been selected for the IDTechEx Launchpad, an exciting initiative that provides them the opportunity to showcase prototypes and demonstrations of their new products at the IDTechEx Show!
27 Aug 2015

WACKER jumps into 3D printing materials

In their Q2 interim report, WACKER have revealed they are now able to 3D print silicone. Silicone is a useful material to be able to 3D print because injection-moulded silicone is a favourite choice for prototyping.
4 Aug 2015

Digitizing old analogue industry - a new era for optics manufacturing

Interview with Luxexcel founder, Richard van de Vrie.
18 Mar 2015

Transparent 3D printing service

LUXeXceL's business to business 3D printing service will bring transparent 3D printing to the optics market as well as many new markets and businesses.
16 Feb 2015

3D Printing Insights from Eindhoven

IDTechEx attended the 3D Printed Electronics conference in Eindhoven hosted by Jakajima. This is perhaps the first conference on the subject. Here, IDTechEx provides a summary of its learnings.
27 Nov 2014


LUXeXceL 3D print truly transparent materials by adding droplets of photopolymer and curing with UV light to make objects with good optical properties and high shape conformity.
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19 Nov 2014

Printing the Future of Optics

Luxexcel, Netherlands
23 Oct 2014

3D printing industry will reach over $14B by 2025

The latest forecasts by IDTechEx, including ten key markets, show the 3D Printing Industry will reach over $14B by 2025.