UV LED Curing Community Launches Web Site

Focus on increased awareness and education

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I am excited to lead the Community website, www.uvledcommunity.org. This site will be a resource to end users, suppliers, educators and all industry participants who want to have a single, unbiased view of UV LED curing.

Hillsboro, Oregon (PRWEB) April 29, 2014

Today, the UV LED Curing Community launches its inaugural website to increase UV LED curing awareness and education. The Community website will become a forum for market participants to share their knowledge of UV LED curing technologies, applications and chemistry. UV LED curing delivers multiple benefits: new advanced capabilities, improved operating economics, and increased environmental benefits.

The UV LED Curing Community was founded to expand the market opportunities and promote education of UV LED curing solutions by providing a non-commercial venue where market participants can share, educate, and expand their UV LED curing knowledge, with the ultimate goal of accelerating UV LED technology adoption.

The Community has two primary purposes:

  •     Provide a forum for UV LED curing conversations
  •     Foster communication between suppliers and consumers of UV LED solutions

“I am excited to lead the Community website http://www.uvledcommunity.org,” states Paul Mills, the Community site editor. “This site will be a resource to end users, suppliers, educators and all industry participants who want to have a single, unbiased view of UV LED curing. Future enhancements to the website will include moderated forums, blogs, and newsletters. I am looking forward to a large number of companies signing up to post relevant content regarding their UV LED Curing capabilities.”

About the Community
The Community is free to join with a simple agreement to post two articles in a twelve month span and provide a landing page on their corporate website. Please contact us at info(at)uvledcommunity(dot)org. Paul Mills is the exclusive independent editor of the site with start-up funding provided by Phoseon Technology.


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