UV/EB and the Future of Automotive
RadTech, Bethesda, Maryland, is revving up efforts to advance UV/EB with the automotive industry. With the leadership of Mary Ellen Rosenberger, RadTechs automotive consultant, and RadTech volunteer members, the company has assembled a program of presentations for the upcoming SAE World Congress and Exhibition on April 12-14 in Detroit, Michigan.
The program will tout UV/EB developments in novel materials and processes as the automotive and related sectors move towards electronics enabled products, energy reduction and lightweighting. RadTech will tout improvements provided by UV/EB, including reduced GHG, VOC and HAP emissions, improved manufacturing cycle time, small footprint manufacturing, speedy manufacturing and prototype development and additive manufacturing – all contributing to a revolution in manufacturing.