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  • UV Curable Masking Technical Article
    This article provides an overview and analysis of Masking costs, common masking methods, and introduces a new solution: UV Curable Masking Resins. The article looks closely at the benefits and advantages of UV Masking Resins.
  • Silicone Lenses for LEDs Resist UV and High-Temperature Operation
    precision injection methods. On the other hand, with the increasing radiation density and power of LEDs, especially blue and white, these organic materials reach their limits. The high temperatures and UV content near the chip cause cracking of chemical bonds, resulting in yellowing of the material which
  • Engineering Resins for Non-Painted Appearance Applications
    . cannot be colored or UV stabilized, so painting is a. must. Engineering resins have been developed which. can eliminate the need for painting and can achieve the. desired appearance right out of the mold.
  • Filled UV Curable Epoxy Provides Low CTE For Electronic Potting and Encapsulating
    , the resin and the catalyst (hardener). Epoxies, Etc... has developed a unique low CTE Ultraviolet Curable Epoxy that has many benefits over its two component counterparts.
  • Rapid parts for the long haul
    parts. Water absorption of Prototherm 12120 parts after UV postcure or UV plus thermal postcure at room temperature for up to one year. Stereolithography (SL) remains one of the most widely used ways of rapidly prototyping complex parts. SL can build prototypes with high accuracy and a wider range
  • Medical Device Link . Specialty Compounds for Medical Applications: An Introduction
    additives. Most engineering resins are compounded with UV stabilizers, processing aids, and reinforcing agents such as glass fibers. Thermoplastic elastomers, alloys, and blends are normally compounded in order to make up the standard grades. The compounds that result--so familiar as to be sometimes
  • Alternatives to SLA
    UV-curable photopolymer resins make up more than 60 percent of the rapid prototyping and digital manufacturing industry. PolyJet TM resin is similar to a standard resin-like material, but combined with the polymer jetting technology, substantially enhances fine, feature detail and smooth surface
  • Polycarbonate Enclosures 101: A Guide for Specifiers
    . Then, in the 1950's, GE and Bayer concurrently developed polycarbonate resin, and in the 1960's the new resins (Lexan for GE and Makrolon for Bayer) began finding their way into the marketplace. Due to its exceptional impact strength, machinability, formability, and UV stability, polycarbonate-based

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