Manufacturing LED Lighting Products Employing FDM 3D Printing Technology
Santa Clara Convention Center, CA, USA
Grand Ballroom D
17:10 - 17:30
Additive manufacturing (AM) or 3D printing is a transformative technology. Learn how a linear LED lighting manufacture leverages AM technology to cost effectively produce key product components used in advanced LED lighting systems. What were the key considerations for using AM technology to solve manufacturing limitations? See real-world examples of components manufactured to meet customer needs and understand the engineering challenges that were faced. Critical issues such as maintenance, runtime optimization and support material removal will also be examined. Additionally, examples will be presented whereby rapid turnaround of engineering design changes were done to optimize performance of LED light solutions for end-customer application requirements.
Dr. Michael Bremser has over 20 years of international and commercial LED lighting and compound semiconductor industry experience and is Executive VP of Research and Development at Tempo. Michael holds a Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from North Carolina State University and is co-inventor on 12 US Utility patents for LED fixtures (7), light engine technology (1) as well as MOCVD GaN technology (4). Prior to Tempo, Michael has held executive management positions at Lunera, Inc. (CTO), Vice President, Global Product Manager at Fullham Company (Global Product Manager/VP) and Permlight, Inc.(CTO).
Tempo designs, develops and manufactures award-winning configurable LED linear lighting solutions for architectural and theatre applications. Its broad portfolio of specification-grade lighting products provides architects, lighting designers, engineers and owners the ability to configure lighting solutions to meet the most challenging project and budget requirements. Tempo is a pioneer in the solid-state LED lighting industry and the leading manufacturer of safety lighting systems for the theater market. Founded in 1986, the company manufactures their innovative products in Irvine, California.