15 November 2016
15 November 2016
Dymax Corporation has launched a new WIDECURE conveyor system designed to offer consistent, fast, and safe curing.
Equipped with a 25”-wide belt, Dymax says this system is ideal for curing light-curable materials on larger parts or larger quantities of smaller parts.
Designed to help manufacturers build a more reliable cure process, Dymax explains that the conveyor can be outfitted with either a longwave (metal halide, UVA/Visible) or shortwave (mercury, UVB/UVC) bulb and delivers over 4 J/cm2 of curing energy at 5 ft/min. It claims that sers can easily control various curing parameters through a touch-screen control panel, achieving greater curing flexibility tailored to their specific application. In addition, the system’s tightly controlled belt speed and minimal bulb degradation further allow better control over cure.
Photo provided by Dymax
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