Regulatory News

US EPA Releases Final Amendments on CDR Rule, Extends Reporting Period On March 17, 2020, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the availability...

Association News

UV+EB Technology RadTech Consultant Offers Assistance to Members As many businesses and academics began working to assist those on the “front lines” in combatting COVID-19, Marcy...
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I’m With the Band

Sy Syms, from Syms Clothing, ran commercials from 1974 through 2011 with the slogan: “An educated consumer is our best customer.” This column uses...
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UV LED curing systems: Measuring accurately and eliminating safety hazards

By Geri Tangdiongga, Don Moncy Dominic and Dominik Stephan, Dymax Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. Abstract Ultraviolet (UV) LED technologies are progressing very rapidly in recent years,...
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Aerospace UV Cured Coatings: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

By Michael J. Dvorchak and Melanie L. Clouser, Dvorchak Enterprises LLC, and A. David Harbourne, Harbourne Consulting LLC Over the past three decades suppliers to...

High-Energy Discussions at RadTech UV+EB Conference

Reprinted with permission from Richard Romano, WhatTheyThink.com At what may well have been the last in-person industry event for a while, professionals in the world...
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UV Curing Advances Printed and Novel Electronics at PARC

By Liz Stevens, contributing editor, UV+EB Technology Researcher Janos Veres and his colleagues at the Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) are shaping the future with...
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Understanding Glass Transition Temperature: Part 2

In the last edition of Professor’s Corner, we began a discussion of the glass transition temperature (Tg).1 In this issue, we will continue that...
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HARP Changes the Game in 3D Printing

By Liz Stevens, contributing editor, UV+EB Technology Amid the wide range of 3D printers these days – for everything from chocolate to human skin to...
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MicroMaker3D Speeds Prototyping of Tiny Technology

By Nancy Cates, contributing editor, UV+EB Technology With the ability to 3D-print a structure smaller than a human hair, RadLaunch winner MicroMaker3D is ready to...
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