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Light-cure Solutions for the Aerospace/Defense Industry: Improve Your Bottom Line with the Speed of Light

Available On Demand Until September 19, 2019

Extending engine service life, improving imaging sensors for guidance, proximity systems, and protecting printed circuit boards from harsh environments are critical to the design and performance of components in all sectors of the aerospace and defense industry.

Light-cure formulations address increasing demands for new ways to improve these components by offering product technology that increases throughput, decreases rework and costs, enhances performance, and improves manufacturing processes while meeting the challenges of exacting performance requirements.

This webinar will discuss the advantages and benefits of light-curable materials (LCMs) for the Aerospace and Defense industry including conformal coatings, encapsulants, ruggedizing materials, shallow potting compounds, camera module adhesives, wire tacking adhesives, gap fill/form-in-place gaskets, and maskants.  Join us for an educational webinar on September 19, 2018 as manufacturing/industry experts discuss how light-cure solutions compare to other chemistries and, how they can improve your bottom line with process efficiencies and cost reductions.



Virginia Hogan, Dymax Corporation

Virginia Hogan is the Senior Manager, Global Business Development – Aerospace & Defense for Dymax Corporation. Virginia has over 15 years of experience with UV curable adhesives and 20 years of experience in the Aerospace Industry. Her efforts are focused on global growth and product development in the Aerospace and Defense market to meet market and customer needs with next-generation products. 

Dymax Corporation, based in Torrington, CT, manufactures UV light-curable adhesives, coatings, oligomers and compatible UV light-curing and dispensing systems.

Tom Charlton, President, Electronic Coating Technologies

Tom Charlton founded Electronic Coating Technologies in 1997 with a vision to help small to large sub-contract assembly houses, OEM’s, and other manufacturers in the electronics industry deal with the complex issues of applying chemical compounds to assemblies in a safe, environmentally responsible, and repeatable way. He leads a team that provides expertise in conformal coatings, potting compounds, gaskets, adhesives, and equipment to the customers they serve. His extensive materials and equipment background has allowed Tom to develop a deep understanding of the processes and difficulties encountered using these materials.

Tom’s 30 years’ experience includes owning a large multi-line adhesive and coatings distributorship which offers products from leading brands including Dymax, Dow Corning Silicones, Emerson and Cuming, Epic Resins, Quantum Silicones, Pacer, Plexus, PVA, Nordson Sealant Equipment, EFD, and Knodle GBH. He also serves as Vice President of Membership for the SMTA Toronto Chapter.


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