The event program featured more than 70 presentations and brought together more than 350 industry professionals from across the supply chain.
Adhesives, consumer electronics, metal finishing, industrial plastics, industrial wood finishing, graphic coatings and inks, and field-applied decorative coatings are a few of the markets that have embraced radiation curing as a mainstream production technology. The extent and complexity of the market are continuing to grow, as more manufacturing applications find they can benefit from its capabilities. As a result, the industry association, RadTech Europe (RTE), was challenged to considerably expand the scope of its biennial conference this year, which took place in Munich, Germany in October.
The event program featured more than 70 presentations, in concurrent subject-specific sessions, and brought together more than 350 industry professionals from across the supply chain – including some 50 end-user participants. For the convenience of this extended attendee profile, the event took place over two days rather than the usual three days.
With so much interest in the technology
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