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    Covestro supplies Signify with polycarbonate for 3D printing lamps

    • Last Update: 2022-08-21
    • Source: Internet
    • Author: User
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    • Signify manufactures high quality, energy efficient LED lighting products

    • The company also uses additive manufacturing to print lamp shades and accessories in the Netherlands

    • Plans for new plants in the US, India and Indonesia

    • 100% recyclable polycarbonate supports a circular economy

    Covestro supplies polycarbonate to Signify, the global leader in 3D printing


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    Signify chose Covestro's polycarbonate because its products meet customer requirements such as high impact and heat resistance, design freedom, transparency and flame retardancy


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    “We were the first lighting manufacturer to produce 3D printed lamps on an industrial scale


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    Successful upgrade

    Successful upgrade

    “Covestro offers a wide range of polymer materials for all common 3D printing methods, including for this promising polycarbonate raw material,” explains Patrick Rosso, Global Head of Additive Manufacturing.
    Working together, we are pushing existing scale boundaries and supporting various industries along the value chain to enable digital mass production


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    Covestro is currently working on materials that can be widely used in industry


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    Signify's investment further demonstrates the company's commitment to serving customers better while reducing their own carbon footprint


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    A strategic plan to promote a circular economy

    A strategic plan to promote a circular economy

    Covestro sees the circular economy as a key theme and has launched a long-term strategic plan for this purpose


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    “Our finished luminaires have a 47% lower carbon footprint than traditionally built metal luminaires,” adds Coen Liedenbaum, “and they are also lighter, which allows us to reduce our carbon footprint in shipping by 35%


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