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  • Interview with Dr. Mike Idacavage

    Interview with Dr. Mike Idacavage

    Kerry Pianoforte, Coatings World Editor || April 9, 2015
    Dr. Mike J. Idacavage is an adjunct associate professor at SUNY-ESF in Syracuse, teaching courses on UV and EB curing.

  • The 2013 UV/EB Report

    The 2013 UV/EB Report

    David Savastano, Editor || November 27, 2013
    Energy curing technologies have been a growth area for ink manufacturers in recent years, particularly in packaging, narrow web and inkjet, driven by its production and performance advantages.

  • Allnex Promotes Innovative Resins and Additives for Energy Curable Applications at uv.eb East 2013

    September 28, 2013
    Will showcase new line of non-intentionally added tin and organotin energy curable resins and dispersions

  • The UV/EB Report

    The UV/EB Report

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor || November 15, 2010
    The energy curing ink industry continued to enjoy growth during the past year, particularly in the packaging segment, and technologies such as LED offer further opportunities in the coming years.

  • Testing and QC for UV Inks

    David Savastano, Ink World Editor || October 15, 2009
    When it comes to manufacturing any product, being able to consistently meet specifications is absolutely essential to success. Such is also the case with printing ink, as testing and quality control (QC) play significant roles in the manufacturing pr…

  • UV/EB Raw Materials Market

    UV/EB Raw Materials Market

    Kerry Pianoforte, Ink World Associate Editor || April 4, 2008
    Rising energy costs and environmental regulations continue to drive the market for UV/EB technologies.

  • UV/EB Raw Materials

    Kerry Pianoforte, Ink World Associate Editor || September 30, 2005
    The UV/EB cure market has fared well in 2003, and as the technology becomes more widely used in new markets, the potential for growth in 2004 is promising.