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3 Must-See Presentations at RadTech 2020

Mar 3, 2020 10:32:16 AM / by Brian Knapp posted in Trade Shows, Optoelectronics, 3D Printing


Our team is headed to Orlando, Florida March 8 – 11 for RadTech 2020. While at the event, we’ll be showcasing Promerus’ unique ability to tailor the electrical, mechanical, optical and thermal properties of polymers for application-specific environments.

When you stop by booth 327, you’ll get an exclusive look at our comprehensive list of materials, including adhesive pastes, solventless solutions and more.

Outside of exhibiting, our team is planning to attend breakout sessions, featuring the latest innovations in UV LEDS, 3D printing materials, printing and packaging, coatings, formulations and more. But, with more than 100 presentations, you’re likely trying to figure out which sessions make the most sense for you to attend.

Check out three of our must-see presentations below.

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2 Key Optical Properties of Materials

Jun 18, 2019 12:45:11 PM / by Leah Langsdorf posted in Semiconductor Materials, Optoelectronics


Optics is the study of how light, be it infrared, visible or ultraviolet, interacts with materials. At the molecular level, materials interact with photons to determine the material’s optical properties.

Understanding how materials can be modified to meet specific optical functional requirements is critical for engineers to remain on the cutting edge of the industry.

Below, we explore two key optical properties of materials.

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The Difference Between LCD and OLED Displays (and Why You Should Care)

Feb 5, 2019 9:11:00 AM / by Leah Langsdorf posted in Optoelectronics


If you’re in the market to purchase a television, a mobile phone or any other device with a display, one of the buzzwords you’ll likely hear is OLED, or organic light emitting diode.

Displays based on OLED technology are fundamentally different than those based on liquid crystal display (LCD) technology.

Below, we uncover the differences between the two types of displays and the applications of each.

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