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A farm of 30 high-performance Zortrax 3D printers allowed an Australian company making lighting fixtures to enter the decorative lighting market with unique and customizable designs. Founded in 1996, LimeLite quickly expanded into one of the largest lighting manufacturers in Australia. Setting up a 3D printing farm was a logical next step taken to create more value for institutional customers and build up the LimeLite’s offer.
3D printers allow to achieve designs that are often impossible to achieve with standard injection molding. Without tooling and storage costs necessary to bear with traditional technology, the company also managed to stay price-competitive. For casings manufactured on the daily basis LimeLite uses a locally made, recycled filament to bring the cost of the material down and thus the manufacturing cost of most parts stands at just $1, sometimes going even below that price tag.
"We can now adjust our designs to meet individual customers' needs with no additional costs. Plus, we can design shapes difficult or downright impossible to achieve with injection molding technology", says Nigel Brockbank, a LimeLite's chief designer. "Because we don't have tooling costs and we don't have to hold stock, in our business case, 3D printing turned out to be cheaper than traditional manufacturing solutions", he adds.
Discover the details of LimeLite’s huge success with 3D printing by reading our newest Case Study on our official blog: https://zortrax.com/blog/3d-printing-farm-manufacturing-lamps/
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