Products, Materials & Tools | Dec 16, 2011

Vision Engineering Delivers Unparalleled Uniformity for LED Solutions

Vision Engineering today announced that its patented Coining technology is available to lighting OEMs that endeavor to bring the most uniform lighting solutions to market at costs that make rapid adoption possible. Vision Engineering’s technology can be implemented in lighting solutions for the commercial, industrial, residential, and entertainment segments.

Coining, or cold forming, is a well known process in the forging industry where 3 dimensional shapes can be formed to exacting tolerances. Vision Engineering has developed this technology and applied it to lighting. Using their technology, multiple geometric surfaces can be created to control the distribution of the light resulting in extremely uniform solutions.

“We’re making is easier and more affordable for LED solution developers to get the light where they want it, need it, without trying to staff with optical engineers and designers,” said Henry Avila, CEO of Vision Engineering. “We match our unique optical design capabilities with LUXEON LEDs to deliver the highest quality results.”

Vision Engineering has implemented its technology in a new line of Troffers for office lighting and its customers are delivering solutions for refrigeration, transparent LCD’s displays, High bay lighting, and currently has a development agreement in aircraft interior lighting.

More information about Vision Engineering and its unique Coining technology can be found at

About Vision Engineering:
In 1997 Vision Engineering was founded with the objective to develop innovative technologies that enable unparalleled uniformity from today’s LED lighting solutions at a cost that supported rapid development and adoption. The company’s patented technologies are now being used in the company’s office products as well as its customers’ solutions in the automotive, industrial and general lighting segments.


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