Xinuofei recently opened its new factory dedicated to 3D printing lamps (including lampshades and parts) in the Netherlands and announced that it will open 3D printing factories in the United States, India, and Indonesia. At present, this highly flexible and more environmentally friendly production process is approaching perfection. By using 100% recyclable materials, consumers can completely custom design the lamps they want or make design adjustments based on specific needs. In addition, when the lamp reaches the end of its useful life, it can be recycled to support a circular economy.
Apparel and food retailer Marks & Spencer announced today that the company is in the first phase of implementing 3D printed lamps. By 2020, all of the brand’s stores in the UK will be replaced with thousands of 3D printed lamps. This initiative has also attracted other major customers such as Albert Heijn, SAS, Total and Praxis.
Xinuofei’s investment in 3D printing technology has once again proved the company’s environmental protection concept-while providing better services to consumers, reducing the carbon footprint of enterprises and consumers. A typically manufactured lamp (excluding electronics and optics) has a 47% less carbon footprint than traditional metal lamps. What’s more, almost all parts can be reused or recycled, which is undoubtedly the favorable support of the circular economy theory.
Olivia Qiu, chief innovation officer of Xinuofei, said in an interview: “We are the first lighting company to provide industrial production of 3D printed lamps. This confirms once again Xinuofei’s leading position in the lighting industry and innovation and environmental protection. .Printing lamps open up a more flexible, fast and environmentally friendly manufacturing method. We can produce lamps by fully customizing or retrofitting existing designs so that we can avoid consuming large investments and long production cycles, and can quickly meet consumers Demand. ”
“Consumers don’t need to wait long, and only need a few days to see their ideas become a reality. At the same time, compared with traditional production processes, printing requires less energy. Compared to traditionally made metal lamps, we 3D printed luminaires produce less carbon footprint. They are also lighter, so this also reduces carbon emissions during transportation. By producing products in urban areas, the carbon footprint can be further reduced. Of course, LEDs Light sources are also more energy efficient than traditional lighting. “