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IRPHOTONICS: Thermal Spot Curing System

September 24, 2008
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This company recently launched a new type of thermal spot curing system branded under the name iCureTM.

The first product available in the new series, the iCure AS200 is a revolutionary inline fiber optic system that provides heat by infrared radiation in a portable unit to deliver faster and stronger cures than traditional bonding methods. Using infrared light to generate heat, the iCure thermal spot curing system is tailor-made for automated manufacturing processes requiring rapid adhesive curing and localized heating of bonded assemblies.

“By using the iCure system, our customers will substantially improve quality, increase their throughput and reduce their assembly costs, which are all critical factors in the rapidly evolving manufacturing industry,” said Ruben Burga, vice president of sales for IRphotonics. “This epoxy curing system is a natural evolution of our extensive experience with infrared light.”

For more information, visit www.icure-irphotonics.com.

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