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Acrylated Amine Oligomers to Enhance Cure with UV LED Sources

By James E. Goodrich, Miwon North America, Inc. With their distinct advantages, UV LED energy sources continue to move into new applications. And, even with...

Curing Technology Opportunities in the Automotive Market

By Dianna Brodine, managing editor, UV+EB Technology   To gain insight into how curing technologies can impact lightweighting goals in the automotive industry, UV+EB Technology spoke...

Innovations in Dual- Cure Technology for Automotive Interior Applications

By Chris Baumgart, Red Spot Paint and Varnish Dual cure is an emerging technology that bridges the strengths of typical thermal and UV systems. It...

Hybrid UV Curing in Display Manufacturing – An Application Guide

By Arnd Riekenbrauck, senior manager, New Markets, IST Metz GmbH and Chris Davis, head of sales, Web & Industrial Systems, IST America There is a...

Dielectric Performance for Electronic Applications using UV-Curable Chemistries

By Neal T. Pfeiffenberger, Ph.D., Sartomer Americas UV-curable electronic materials require a unique set of expertise in resin formulation, processing and end-use properties. Commercial uses...
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Association News: 2021 Quarter 2

Editorial Board Member Darryl Boyd Honored Darryl Boyd, Ph.D., a US Naval Research Laboratory chemist with the Optical Sciences Division and Purdue University College of...

The Problem of High Viscosity Oligomers – Part 1

People new to UV/EB polymerization quickly learn that most of the oligomers used in energy-curable formulations have very high viscosities, often more than 1...

Comparing EB and UV: Common Questions

If you’ve ever attended a RadTech conference and/or read an issue of UV+EB Technology, you surely know that ultraviolet (UV) and electron beam (EB)...

Biomass Derived Chromophores for Radiation Curing

By Liz Stevens, contributing writer, UV+EB Technology Professor Jayaraman Sivaguru, Dr. Gregory Carroll, Sruthy Baburaj and Sheila Asiago were recognized in the 2021 RadLaunch Awards...

Part Two: Interview on LED Technology with Robert Rae and Jennifer Heathcote of GEW...

1. As UV LEDs enter their teenage years, how have they changed, and what can you share about dealing with them?  Jennifer: In 2007, when...
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