The process, also referred to as energy curing, enables new printing techniques and product differentiation. “Students are vital to our mission at TAGA and the future of our industry,” said TAGA EVP Wandee Poolpol of Eckart America. “We have been delighted by past student involvement in this competition and look forward to engaging new students and sharing their creations.”
The winning poster designs will be showcased by RadTech with the name of the winning students and their college/school at the biennial RadTech 2018 Conference, in Chicago IL, May 7-9, 2018. They will also be published in UV+EB technology magazine and posted to the group’s website. For more information and to register, click here.