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Signify introduces UltraEfficient and 3D printed lighting innovations

New 3D printed Philips MyCreation luminaires offer on-demand style without compromise

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Signify, the world leader in lighting, introduced cutting-edge solutions to illuminate workspaces, support productivity and accelerate the transition to energy-efficient, sustainable buildings. The newly presented lineup from Signify includes the continuously expanded range of Philips MyCreation 3D printed products.

“Signify is setting the standard for office lighting, investing in understanding and anticipating our customers’ needs, and developing products that fit,” said Sophie Breton, Professional Business Leader for Europe at Signify. With buildings responsible for 40% of energy consumption and 36% of greenhouse gas emissions in the EU2, there is an urgent need for businesses to transition to energy-efficient sustainable workspaces. We are driving down energy use with our UltraEfficient range, saving installation time and cost for our customers, while minimizing the use of materials with our 3D-printed Essentials and Grand range, and reducing the amount of plastics in our trade packaging by 70%3.”

Sustainably printed from Philips MyCreation

Developed to transform offices into inspiring places to work, the Philips MyCreation range is 3D-printed using bio-circular materials5, offering unparalleled functionality and customization, with a wide range of color, texture, and designs to choose from. All MyCreation products are printed-to-order, reducing waste as no excess products are produced.

The MyCreation Essential downlighter is made from at least 55% bio-circular plastics. Integrated emergency lighting is available later this month, with wall-mounted lighting coming in May. The MyCreation Grand Pendant, also made with 55% bio-circular printed parts, offers stylish, and functional lighting design, with the ability to connect to different lighting systems.

The GreenSpace PerfectFit is available in many sizes to fit any space in the ceiling. With housings and trims made with at least 65% post-industrial recycled polycarbonate, it is 3D-printed to order, making it an ideal solution for renovation projects.

Signify introduces UltraEfficient and 3D printed lighting innovations with 3D printed Philips MyCreation luminaires offering on-demand style

 UltraEfficient luminaires drive energy efficiency

The Eindhoven-based Philips spin-off also continues to expand its UltraEfficient (UE) range, with new panels, recessed luminaires, and downlights that help businesses lower their carbon emissions while delivering substantial cost savings over time1:

Philips UltraEfficient TrueBlend is a recessed fitting, suitable for a wide variety of ceiling types that can simplify the process of switching to LEDs. Its modular design makes it possible to fit TrueBlend luminaires in the same cutout as existing fittings, delivering time and cost savings for the customer.

Philips PowerBalance UE recessed luminaires and Philips LuxSpace UE downlights come with an ultra-high efficacy (up to 174 lm/W and 160 lm/W resp.), a tunable white option, and a lifetime of 50,000 hrs at L90. With these UltraEfficient luminaires, users can yield energy savings of up to 21.7% compared to other comparable LED luminaires. With a similar look, feel and light distribution, they allow for an easy replacement of current luminaires. They also meet Signify’s strict Lighting for Circularity criteria4, with parts that are serviceable, reusable, refurbish-able and recyclable.

The UltraEfficient range will be further extended with the Philips UltraEfficient CoreLine panel in May 2024.

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Davide Sher

Since 2002, Davide has built up extensive experience as a technology journalist, market analyst and consultant for the additive manufacturing industry. Born in Milan, Italy, he spent 12 years in the United States, where he completed his studies at SUNY USB. As a journalist covering the tech and videogame industry for over 10 years, he began covering the AM industry in 2013, first as an international journalist and subsequently as a market analyst, focusing on the additive manufacturing industry and relative vertical markets. In 2016 he co-founded London-based VoxelMatters. Today the company publishes the leading news and insights websites and, as well as VoxelMatters Directory, the largest global directory of companies in the additive manufacturing industry.

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