Formlabs’ Maximilian Zieringer helped keynote the 3D printing session with a presentation on “Material Science: Advancing the Future of Digital Manufacturing and 3D Printing,” while Jake Hundley, HRL Laboratories, discussed “Process-Microstructure Relationships in Additively Manufactured Photopolymer-Derived Ceramics.”
The role that UV (ultraviolet) and EB (electron beam) technologies are playing in food packaging and disinfection were presented in depth, with Connie Williams, Mars Chocolate, NA offering a review of “Mars and the Food Safety Modernization Act.”
A session on Next Generation UV Inkjet Technology included talks on new materials and enabling low migration, with a special presentation by Matt Hirsch of Lumii, an MIT start-up company, on “Lumii Light Field 3D Prints: A New Dimension for UV Printers.”
A special session on UV Materials for Displays: Touch + Beyond included a review of the soaring automotive touch display market as well as new materials and processes for fabrication. The event wrapped up with a series of presentations on the application, materials, equipment, and measurement advancements that are enabling the fast emerging implementation of UV LEDs.
The event was presented by RadTech, the non-profit trade association dedicated to the advancement of UV+EB technologies.