Kruiningen, November 9 ,2015 – Luxexcel, the only company in the world able to 3d print functional optics and OPTIS, the leading software vendor for the scientific simulation of light, human vision and physically correct visualization, announce a collaboration. This collaboration enables an easy route from CAD design to custom 3D printed prototype.
3D printed earphones, 3D printed malaria test and 3D printed shoes selected as winner
Delft University of Technology students created unique applications of Printoptical Technology. All the projects competed in the Luxexcel 2015 Innovative Application Student Awards contest. Website visitors could vote for their favourite application. They selected the three winners:
Market leader 3D Printing of Optics Moves into Next Phase of Technology Development and Application
Kruiningen, the Netherlands, July 17th – LUXEXCEL, the first company that is able to 3D print functional lenses, announced a €7.5 million series B funding. The first closure is done and the second closure will be finalized in 3 months’ time. The B-round was led by the Flemish investment company PMV, which included the firm’s existing investors, SET Ventures and Munich Venture Partners.
The final day of the Strategies in Light show started pretty hectic with quite a lot traffic at the floor. After a couple of hours, the conferences were over and the overall show slowed down. As a result of that, there was increased room for deep going conversations with existing customers and new business relations.
The 2014 Cleantech Summit Rotterdam announced that Luxexcel is one of the 20 most promising Cleantech companies in Europe. An Independent Selection Committee of leading investors in Europe, selected Luxexcel as a top 20 growth company. The Summit received a lot of applications throughout 4 different sectors like Delta & Water and Environmental, Bio-Economy and materials, Energy Efficiency and Smart Mobility & Logistics. This list represents the most innovative and promising ideas in cleantech of 2014.
A Dutch company has come up with a way to print lenses, which one day could be used to make prescription glasses on demand
Haute couture in eyewear.
MAKING things with a three-dimensional (3D) printer is quickly becoming a commonplace activity.
Luxexcel’s 3D Printing Technology for optics wins the GLOBAL FESPA Digital 2014 Gold Award
Independent printing experts recognize the added value for 3d printed optics.
MUNICH/GOES, May 22nd, 2014 – FESPA, the global federation of 37 national associations for screen printing, digital printing and textile printing community announced at the FESPA Gala Celebration Night in Munich, that Luxexcel, up against hundreds of entries, is the Global Winner of the FESPA Functional Printing Award 2014.
“Inventor of 3D Printed Optics Secures Acceleration of Company's Development and Growth”
LUXeXceL Group, the Inventor of the revolutionary Printoptical Technology - a 3D printing process for prototype manufacturing and series production of lenses and optical products - announces that the European investors Munich Venture Partners, ChrysalixSET and Filsa Capital closed a growth financing round in the Company. Munich Venture Partners, ChrysalixSET and Filsa Capital will invest several million Euros into LUXeXceL. With these investments LUXeXceL enhances its global leadership position in the Additive Manufacturing of lenses and optical components.