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SUNY-ESF Expands Radiation Curing Program with New Online Short Course
Published April 21, 2014
Adding Principles of Energy Curing Technologies beginning in May 2014 Read More »
RadTech 2014 Showcases New Areas of Growth for UV, EB Curing
By David Savastano, Editor
Published April 17, 2014
Conference puts emphasis on end users, new applications and technologies Read More »
SUNY-ESF, CNY Section of ACS Co-Host Presentation by Dr. Stephen Cantor
Published April 15, 2014
Discusses UV Curing Technology: A Route to Solvent-Free Adhesives and Coatings Read More »
BASF Expands Capacity for Radiation-Curable Resins and Specialty Monomers
Published December 6, 2013
Will increase its annual capacity for manufacturing energy-curable binders, sold under the brand name Laromer Read More »
The 2013 UV/EB Report
By David Savastano, Editor
Published 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. Read More »
Energy Curing Technologies Take Center Stage at uv.eb East 2013
By David Savastano
Published October 10, 2013
Energy curable technologies are finding new applications, and the advantages of UV and EB curing can enhance product performance and improve efficiency and production costs. uv.eb East 2013, held Oct. 1-2 in Syracuse, NY, showcased some of the la… Read More »
The UV/EB Raw Materials Market
By David Savastano, Ink World Editor
Published October 25, 2005
Growth of radiation curing continues, but raw material price pressures and shortages remain major concerns. Read More »
UV/EB Raw Materials
By Kerry Pianoforte, Ink World Associate Editor
Published 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. Read More »