With the arrival of a new 3D printer, Universal Science can further expand the range of its customer services. From now on, it will be possible to ask for a rapid prototyping service to support the LED systems development. The company, located in Pregnagna, close to Milan – Italy, is now able to experiment with new solutions or to verify functionalities thanks to the rapid prototyping, before moving on to mass production.
Combined with the experience and know-how of the R&D team, this technology enables to tackle the industrialisation of each component in the best possible way and to produce effective systems meeting the customers’ objectives. Having an in-house prototyping service allows Universal Science to carry out tests more quickly and analytically, testing the product performance and easing its incorporation into a LED system.
The 3D printer adds to the wide range of tools recently transferred to Universal Science’s renewed laboratory, which will be soon inaugurated. Among them, in particular, the isolation unit AC/DC power analyser/measurer and the programmable electronic indicator for testing power systems, in addition to the already established integrating spheres with a spectroradiometer and temperature recorder multi-channel for performance measurements of LED modules.