Meyda Custom Lighting expands custom fabrication capabilities
June 19, 2017,
YORKVILLE, N.Y. — Meyda Custom Lighting, a manufacturer and designer of custom decorative lighting fixtures, has acquired and installed new manufacturing equipment to expand its custom lighting capabilities.
An innovative laser-cutting machine reduces cycle time and speeds up processes. Using high-power CNC technology, the high-tech laser is suitable for cutting a range of thin, medium and thick gauge metals including copper, brass, steel and aluminum. It can cut grids, straight lines and contours, as well as piercing metals. This results in custom-crafted metal cutouts, components, decorative accents and filigree, as well as a broad array of new designs and perforated diffuser materials. The finished metals are used as decorative accents, scrollwork and components for custom lighting fixtures.
The new equipment and technologies will help fulfill custom orders on interior and exterior specification-based lighting for residential, hospitality and commercial projects. Meyda artisans form metals into a variety of shapes, sizes and styles used for chandeliers, wall sconces, pendants, lamps and other luminaires.
“The beauty of the custom lighting business is the continuous integration of new technology with expert craftsmanship in our manufacturing facilities in Upstate New York at the foothills of the great Adirondack Mountains,” explained Robert Cohen, president of Meyda. “Our new equipment enables us to expand our production capabilities and expedite custom lighting orders to meet our customers' most demanding specifications."
In addition to custom lighting fabrication, Meyda offers contract metal cutting capabilities to meet the production needs of various types of manufacturers that build their products in the U.S.
Medya expands production capabilities
Decorative lighting can be produced in any size. Scale and proportion are optimized by integrating design with luminance to meet customers' aesthetic vision and functional requirements.
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