Sustainability Award Winners Announced at RadTech 2022

RadTech is excited to announce the winners of the 2022 Sustainability Awards. The award was created to recognize the sustainable advantages of UV/EB/LED technology...

I-CAR Automotive Refinish at the Speed of Photons

By Michael J. Dvorchak, Dvorchak Enterprises LLC Over the last decade, the automotive refinish industry has been forced to look at new technologies to reduce...

PAMA Highlights Women in Photopolymer AM

By Callie Higgins, NIST and David A. Walker, Executive Chairperson, Photopolymer Additive Manufacturing Alliance (PAMA) Additive Manufacturing (AM), despite its size and recent growth, still...

X-Ray Cured Carbon Fiber Composites

By Liz Stevens, writer, UV+EB Technology The RadTech 2021 RadLaunch Special Unique New Technology Award for Cutting Edge X-ray-cured Carbon Fiber Composite System was presented...

When Prescribing a Cure, First Do No Harm

Citizen-scientist in Washington, DC, Advocates for Evaluating UV Curing in Municipal Pipe Repair By Liz Stevens, writer, UV+EB Technology Dealing with a community’s aging or damaged...

UV/EB/LED and the Regulatory Road

By Rita Loof, director of environmental affairs, RadTech Ultraviolet (UV), electron beam (EB) and UV light emitting diodes (LED) technologies are used to cure or...

RadTech 2022: Back to Business in Orlando

By Dianna Brodine, managing editor, UV+EB Technology The UV/EB/LED curing industry gathered in Orlando, Florida, May 9-12 for RadTech 2022, getting “back to business” by...

Let’s Do a Deep Dive…on Underwater Strobes, UV Sources, Measurement and Reliability

This quarter’s column was inspired by an underwater photography blog (“How Good Are the Strobes for Light Intensity and Coverage?”1), generated by Reef Photo...

Intermolecular Attractive Forces: The Key to Understanding Polymer Properties, Part 3

In Parts 1 and 2 of this series on intermolecular attractive forces in polymers, discussions of London Dispersion Forces (LDFs)1 and dipole-dipole attractions2, respectively,...

A Long-Lived EB: Machine Function and Maintenance, Part 2

Part 1 of this article reviewed the basics of how a low-energy electron beam operates and the commonly consumable parts that are needed to...
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