Medical Device Directory

UV or Light-Cure (59 companies found)

Compare and research UV or Light-Cure adhesives companies and businesses online.

  • EpoxySet Inc.

    Epoxyset Inc. is a custom formulator and manufacturer of engineered epoxy, urethane, silicone, grease, and UV-cured systems for the electronic, medical, semiconductor, optic, automotive, and aerospace industries. It specializes in custom-engineered formulations that are used as adhesives,...
  • Stockwell Elastomerics Co Inc.

  • Excelitas Technologies Corp.

    OmniCure AC9 LED Large-Area UV Curing System: OmniCure® AC9 Series are high-power LED UV Curing Systems delivering over 14 W/cm2 peak irradiance for fast curing of inks, adhesives and coatings. Consisting of the AC9150, AC9150P, AC9225, AC9225P, AC9300 and AC9300P, the AC9 Series are high-performing, air-cooled solutions with a small...
  • Mactac

    Mactac has been a trusted source of medical adhesive systems for more than 25 years. The company's expertise in adhesive coating and its state-of-the-art technology expands functionality, inspires new product design, and delivers cost-effective solutions. Mactac medical adhesives are completely...
  • Fralock

    Fralock (ISO 13485) provides design, development, and manufacturing services for the medical, diagnostic, and life science industries utilizing precision technologies (laser, rotary die-cut, lamination, CNC machining). Whether it is prototype or production volumes, the company offers solutions...
  • LuminDynamics

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  • Dymax Corp.

    Dymax Corporation is a leading manufacturer of advanced light-curable adhesives, coatings, oligomers, light-curing equipment, and fluid dispense systems that work together to optimize assembly processes. The company serves the needs of the medical, electronic, optical, aerospace, automotive,...
  • 3M Company

    3M Co. is a diversified technology company, which manufactures industrial, safety and consumer products. Products include abrasives, chemicals, films, surgical solutions and much more.
  • Engineered Materials Systems , Inc.

    EMS develops and manufactures electrically conductive inks and coatings for circuitry and sensor electrodes. Commercial applications using EMS materials include iontophoresis, EKG, EEG, and several sensor applications.
  • Henkel Corporation