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Our infographics library covers a wide range of topics related to light-curable materials, dispensing equipment, and light-curing systems. Please take a minute to browse through our library.

New! Common Parameters for Your Formulating Project

Before starting your formulating project, it's important to consider the factors in this infographic.

 

 

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New! Why Conformal Coatings are Essential in Automotive Electronics Applications

Reliable electronics are critical to the quality of automobiles. For that reason, it's important to protect printed circuit boards from the corrosive elements they come in contact with. Find out more about conformal coatings and how they are being used to protect automotive electronic in this new infographic.

 

 

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New! BlueWave® MX-250

The BlueWave® MX-250 is the next evolution in LED flood-curing systems. Learn more about the key features and benefits of this unique system.

 

 

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New! Benefits of SpeedMask® for Aerospace & Defense Applications

See how SpeedMask light-curable maskants excel in grit blasting and shot peening applications used in the Aerospace industry.

 

 

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215-CTH-UR-SC Adhesive Series

Engineered with the Most Difficult Substrates in Mind

View this infographic to learn about the features and benefits of this unique catheter bonding family as well as some applications where the adhesives have excelled.

 

 

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9 Reasons Why 9452-FC Works Like Magic on Your Circuit Boards

Get familiar with Multi-Cure® 9452-FC, Dymax's revolutionary new thin UV conformal coating. Despite being only 20 cP, this coating displays the same resistance and high performance as much thicker coatings.Learn more about this product in this infographic.

 

 

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9 Reasons Why 9452-FC Works Like Magic on Your Circuit Boards


Mitigating Oxygen Inhibition in Light-Curable Materials

Oxygen inhibition is a very common problem for light-curable materials, leaving surfaces tacky or sticky. Luckily, there are several physical and chemical ways to reduce it. Learn 8 strategies to overcoming oxygen inhibition in this infographic and explore some advantages and disadvantages of each method.

 

 

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Mitigating Oxygen Inhibition Infographic


1406-M Needle Bonder Product Features

1406-M is a revolutionary new needle bonder with strong adhesion to smaller gauge cannulas as well as great resilience to aging and sterilization. Learn about this product's other features in this infographic.

 

 

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New! 7 Reasons Why Light-Curable Adhesives are Best for Medical Device Assembly

Light-curable adhesives have several properties that make them ideal for use in medical device assembly. Learn the top seven reasons why in this infographic.

 

 

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7 Reasons Why Light-Curable Adhesive are Best for Medical Device Assembly


New! Designing a Light-Curing Process

Get to know the key components required for light curing, all of which must be optimized to work together.

 

 

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Designing a Light-Curing Process


New! Why Go with Light Curing?

Learn the benefits of light curing and how it can help your team become more efficient.

 

 

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Why Go with Light Curing Infographic


New! The Fundamentals of Light-Curing Technology

Key Concepts to Know for a Successful Light-Curing Process

 

 

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Fundamentals of Light-Curing Technology


Methods for Applying Conformal Coatings

Which is Best for Your Process?

Conformal coatings can be applied using four main methods: brushing, curtain coating, manual spraying, and automated application. Compare the differences between these methods on this new guide.

 

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Methods of Applying Conformal Coatings

The Pros and Cons of Brushing

Applying conformal coatings by brushing is the simplest form of application. It uses a manual brush to apply the coating to the circuit board. It requires agility and care.

 

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Methods of Applying Conformal Coatings - Brushing

The Pros and Cons of Curtain Coating

Curtain coating uses an uninterrupted curtain of coating material that falls onto the circuit board. It can be manual or automated.

 

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Methods of Applying Conformal Coatings - Curtain Coating

The Pros and Cons of Manual Spraying

The most popular and fastest method of applying conformal coatings. With the proper technique, this method can produce reliable and consistent results.

 

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Methods of Applying Conformal Coatings - Manual Spraying

The Pros and Cons of Automated Spray Dispensing

Automated spray dispensing is ideal for complete topside surface coverage. Thicknesses will be affected by the feed system, nozzle speed, temperature of the material, and atomization pressure.

 

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Methods of Applying Conformal Coatings

The Pros and Cons of Automated Selective Dispensing

Automated selective dispensing is more expensive than automated spray, it is the fastest and most reliable method for applying conformal coatings.

 

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Methods of Applying Conformal Coatings - Automated Selective Dispensing


Advantages of LED Curing

LEDs, or light emitting diodes, continue to gain popularity as a replacement for traditional light bulbs, not only in homes and public buildings, but also for use with light-curable materials (LCMs). The rise of LEDs is attributed to the notable benefits attached to them, and some advantages are associated specially with light curing.

 

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Advantages of LED Curing


Light-Curable Adhesives vs. Hot Melts

Which is Better for Your Application?

Compare the differences between light-curable and hot melt adhesives to see which would be a better fit in your application.

 

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Light-Curable Adhesives vs. Cyanoacrylates


New! Light-Curable Adhesives vs.
Solvent-Based Adhesives

Which is Better for Your Application?

Compare the differences between light-curable and solvent-based adhesives to see which would be a better fit in your application.

 

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Light-Curable Adhesives vs. Solvent-Based Adhesives


New! Light-Curable Adhesives vs.
Two-Part Epoxies

Which is Better for Your Application?

Compare the differences between light-curable adhesives and two-part epoxies to see which would be a better fit in your application.

 

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Light-Curable Adhesives vs. Two-Part Epoxies


New! Light-Curable Adhesives vs.
Two-Part Urethanes

Which is Better for Your Application?

Compare the differences between light-curable adhesives and two-part epoxies to see which would be a better fit in your application.

 

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Light-Curable Adhesives vs. Two-Part Urethanes


New! Light-Curable Adhesives vs.
One-Part Epoxies

Which is Better for Your Application?

Compare the differences between light-curable adhesives and one-part epoxies to see which would be a better fit in your application.

 

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Light-Curable Adhesives vs. One-Part Epoxies


Integrated Light-Cure Systems

Minimize Risk While Increasing Efficiency

Light-cure systems provide significant processing and productivity advantages over alternative bonding or coating methods. When chemistry and equipment are co-optimized, the resulting system increases process efficiency, improves product quality, and even lowers assembly costs.See all the details on where these savings and efficiencies can be realized in our new infographic.

 

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Integrated Light-Cure Systems


Light-Curable Adhesives vs.
Cyanoacrylates

Which is Better for Your Application?

Compare the differences between light-curable adhesives and cyanoacrylates to see which would be a better fit in your application.

 

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Light-Curable Adhesives vs. Cyanoacrylates


Light-Curable Adhesives vs.
One-Part Silicones

Which is Better for Your Application?

Each adhesive application has a unique set of requirements, therefore some adhesive chemistries fit better than others. Compare the difference between light-curable adhesives and one-part silicones to see which would be a better fit in your application.

 

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Light-Curable Adhesives vs. One-Part Silicones


Protecting Your PCB

Advantages of Using Light-Cure Conformal Coatings

Learn the advantages of light-cure conformal coatings in this informative infographic and see a real life example of how switching from a solvent-based conformal coating to a Dymax dual-cure conformal coating helped one PCB manufacturer increase their production by almost 50% without raising costs or increasing their floor space.

 

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Protecting Your PCB: Advantages of Using Light-Cure Conformal Coatings


Protecting Your PCB - Part 2

Advantages of Light-Curable Maskants for Electronics

In the second part of our Protecting Your PCB infograph series, learn about the advantages of our light-curable maskants and see a real life example of how switching from a latex-based maskant to a SpeedMask® maskant helped one PCB manufacturer increase their production by 30% without raising costs or increasing their floor space.

 

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Protecting Your PCB: Advantages of Light-Curable Maskants for Electronics


Advantages of Using Light-Curable Maskants for Surface Protection

SpeedMask® temporary masking resins offer more reliable surface protection of components than traditional masking materials such as tapes, lacquers, and waxes. Learn about the advantages of our light-curable maskants in this informative infographic and see a real life example of how switching from thermal tape to a SpeedMask® maskant saved one company 40,000 hours of labor a year.

 

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Advantages of Using Light-Curable Maskants for Surface Protection

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