Get an exceptional demonstration of the superior 3D UV Curing Technology at Medical Technology Ireland in Sept. 26-27th

Meet us at booth no. 3 for a dialogue on how your company’s Vela Technology solution would be.

For the second time in row we are happy to announce, that Efsen UV & EB Technology will be demonstrating the three-dimensional UV curing technology from Vela Technologies at the only med-tech Exhibition and Conference, Medical Technology Ireland in September 26th and 27th.

Our technical specialists will tell you more about the technology from Vela and how it’s ideal for UV bonding and UV curing of three-dimensional products as medical devices, microelectronics and 3D printed solutions. Vela Technology creates a uniform cure on all surfaces 360 degrees around the product. It’s provides a more consistent cure and finished coating with better properties, such as adhesion, hardness and gloss.

The Dose-Control software enables users to document the exposure all the way down to each product manufactured. The medical devices assembly market has already adopted this technology very well, and we are currently seeing a lot of interest from microelectronics assembly and post cure of 3D printed materials.

Read more about the med-tech Exhibition and Conference here.

If you are unable to attend, please contact us to evaluate how you could benefit from this Vela Technology. Contact us here.

 

We hope to see you at booth no. 3 in September!

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Efsen Engineering @ Medical Technology Ireland 2017, 27th – 28th September

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At Medical Technology Ireland, Efsen Engineering - UV & EB Technology will be demonstrating the new 3-dimensional UV curing technology (A New Way of UV Curing) from Vela Technologies.

Vela technology is ideal for UV bonding and UV curing of three-dimensional products as medical devices, microelectronics and 3D printed solutions. Vela Technology creates a uniform cure on all surfaces 360 degrees around the product. The Dose-Control software enables users to document the exposure all the way down to each product manufactured. The medical devices assembly market has already adopted this technology very well, and we are currently seeing a lot of interest from microelectronics assembly and post cure of 3D printed materials.

Read more here:
Medical Technology Ireland

We hope to see you at booth no. 3