Proper UV Cure Specifications are a Piece of Cake

Bon Appétit tracks down recipes of special dishes that readers have enjoyed at restaurants. Imagine obtaining the recipe of a decadent chocolate cake. You...
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Maintaining a Healthy UV Curing System

By Bob Malone and John Phillips, Miltec UV Is your UV curing system not performing as it should? Are you constantly replacing overheated lamps? Maintaining...

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)...

Modification of Polymer Substrates Using Electron Beam-Induced Graft Copolymerization

by Dr. Stephen C. Lapin, PCT Engineered Systems LLC Introduction Low energy electron beam (EB) systems with accelerating potentials up to 300 kV have been used...

New Material for Improved Adhesion in a Variety of Substrates

By Mike J. Idacavage, vice president, business development, Colorado Photopolymer Solutions. Reprinted with permission by Adhesives & Sealants Industry magazine. Adhesion, or lack of it,...

Regulatory News

OSHA Official Downplays Prospects for US EPA Collaboration on Chemical Risks A senior official at the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is downplaying the...

Most Recent Developments in UV-Curable Soft-Touch Coatings

By Xavier Drujon, Lisa Spagnola and Gunter Moeller, Sartomer Soft-touch coatings are unique finishes that deliver the feel and appearance of a velvet or flocked...

UV Q&A: What is a ‘Cure Ladder’ and How is it Used in UV...

by R.W. Stowe, Heraeus Noblelight America LLC A cure ladder is the fundamental laboratory tool for the design or analysis of a UV-curing system. It...

Trends: UV Coatings in the Digital Era

by William Goughenour, Jr., Wood Coatings Expert UV-curable inks have long been a standard in the digital printing industry, so there's been a vested interest...
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