Dymax, along with 19 other Connecticut companies, projects, programs, and leaders, was singled out for its contribution to Connecticut’s economy.
In his new position, Acker will report to Kleinschmidt, and will provide a key service in helping manufacturers in the western and southern states solve their most complex application problems and reduce manufacturing costs.
Dymax Corp. has published an article that explains various types of masking resins, including burn-off and peelable, and spells out advantages of light-curable masks over conventional masking methods.
In his new position, Rachielles will be responsible for developing and implementing strategic international marketing plans for the organization.
Unlike conventional spot-curing systems, the Dymax BlueWave LED VisiCure system requires no warm up nor consumable bulbs to change, while offering cooler curing temperatures and high-intensity output for thousands of hours.
For the seventh year in a row, Dymax Corp. has been identified by Inc. magazine as one of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in the country.
Version 3.0 of Dymax Corp.’s BlueWave 200 spot-curing system features an automatic, controlled power-up sequence that ensures proper lamp operating temperature to maximize scrap.
Dymax Corp. has named Margo Martin as a global account manager responsible for helping several key global accounts solve application problems and reduce manufacturing costs.
The ECE series flood lamp systems from Dymax Corp. use ultraviolet light to fully cure adhesives, coatings and inks quickly, resulting in increased manufacturing yields.
Dymax Corp.’s SpeedMask 734-BT ultraviolet/visible light-curable masking resin is formulated to protect surfaces during grit blast, plating, acid etch and stripping operations.
Dymax Corp.’s Edge-Carry series of conveyors is designed for rapid curing of ultraviolet and/or visible-light-sensitive adhesives, inks and coatings on sensitive components.
Dymax Corp. has launched a website (led.dymax.com) to provide detailed information on a variety of its LED-curable materials for assembly, industrial and medical device applications.
Dymax’s SG-100 hand-held spray gun systems can dispense medium- and high-viscosity fluids for masking and coating applications from pressurized cartridges, bottles and pails, making them compatible with most standard fluid packages and delivery systems.
Dymax Corp.’s SpeedMask 726-SC is a UV/visible light-curable masking resin formulated to protect turbine engine components, orthopaedic implants and metal components during plating, plasma spray, blasting, anodizing and powder-coating processes.
Dymax Corp. is integrating into its operations Bomar Specialties Inc., a supplier of advanced-performance materials for energy (UV/EB), light, and other free-radical cure applications.
Dymax Corp. has made several manager appointments, including Rob Kleinschmidt as Eastern regional sales manager in its field sales department to serve manufacturers from Maine to West Virginia.
Dymax has appointed Jon Galaska as territory sales manager in its field sales department to service manufacturers in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
Dymax’s SD-100 digital syringe dispenser is designed to give operators precise control to accurately dispense low- to high-viscosity materials.
Dymax Corp.’s SpeedMask 726-SC is a UV/visible light-curable masking resin designed to protect turbine engine components, orthopaedic implants and metal components during plating, plasma spray, blasting, anodizing and powder-coating processes.
Dymax Corp. has appointed Christopher Morrissey as a market segment manager for electronics to help grow and develop the company’s electronics adhesives business.
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Torrington, CT 06790 US