David Savastano || 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…
David Savastano, Ink World Editor || November 16, 2012 Energy curing technologies continue to enjoy growth, particularly on the packaging side, and ink manufacturers are developing new technologies to meet the needs of their customers.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor || November 9, 2011 The use of UV and EB technologies continues to enjoy growth, particularly in the packaging market, driven by economic, performance and environmental benefits.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor || November 11, 2009 While the global recession took its toll on some markets for UV and EB, energy curable technologies made gains in other segments, and UV and EB ink companies should benefit from the increasing emphasis on the environment.
David Savastano, Ink World Editor || October 31, 2007 Driven by new technologies and applications, energy-curable inks and coatings continue to enjoy solid growth worldwide, with packaging and sheetfed being particularly strong areas.
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.
After 43 years in the ink industry, many would consider Joe Kelly, R&D director of liquid water-based inks for INX International Ink Co., an industry “survivor.” He believes the more appropriate term is “thriver.”