CHEVY CHASE, MD — With UV and EB technology poised for continued rapid growth, the RadTech 2020 Conference Committee has assembled an extraordinary technical conference, creating an expansive educational program, set to take place March 8-11, 2020, at Disney Coronado Springs in Orlando, Florida.

RadTech 2020 offers a complete set of informative sessions important to technical and business opportunities, including interactive panels featuring industry experts addressing needs and trends on 3D printing/additive manufacturing, UV LEDs, end user sustainability, photoinitiators, lightweighting, inkjet, printing and packaging. The conference will feature new technical sessions on Industry 4.0, exterior coatings, micropatterning, formulation for 3D printing, hybrid and dual-cure systems, characterization, advanced materials, kinetics, and sustainability. Conference topics will also feature the latest on applications, formulation, printing and packaging, materials, wood and building products, adhesion, adhesives, and electronics. New product sessions will feature over 30 presentations of new products, equipment and materials for the UV+EB market. Short courses will cover topics including a UV+EB overview for professionals, design of experiments, advanced photopolymerization, plus a new UV LED Bootcamp and introduction to cationic curing.

The RadLaunch Start-Up Program class of 2020 will include start-ups and start-up ideas on 3D printing/additive manufacturing, new materials, and new UV+EB applications.

This biennial event will feature more than 100 presentations and 80 exhibitors demonstrating the latest in UV+EB technology. In addition, the 2020 IUVA Americas Conference is co-located with RadTech 2020, featuring two tracks of technical presentations on UV technology for healthcare, air, surfaces, water, and food disinfection and sterilization. Your RadTech full conference registration includes both the RadTech and IUVA conferences.

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