Dymax Introduces BlueWave MX-275


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Dymax introduces the BlueWave MX-275 high-intensity flood-curing system. Its light energy is delivered in a line pattern instead of the traditional round spot or rectangular flood-curing patterns, to allow for consist curing of batches of parts for maximum productivity.

The system utilizes BlueWave RediCure, PrimeCure, or VisiCure emitters (365, 385, or 405 nm) to quickly cure light-curable materials. A single emitter provides a 5 mm x 50 mm curing area, but when paired with a multichannel controller, up to four emitters can be used to produce a curing area as large as 5 mm x 200 mm.  It offers very high uniformity across the entire cure area and multiple emitters can be positioned to assure uniform curing across the entire multiple-emitter curing area.

This system’s wavelength flexibility (365, 385, and 405 nm) allows co-optimization of adhesive and curing system for optimal cure results. As with other emitters from the MX product family, the BlueWave MX-275 can be set up as a bench-top unit, on an array stand to create extended line patterns, or installed on automated curing processing equipment for maximum flexibility. Emitters can also be paired with MX-series single or multichannel controllers.

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