Because of their many benefits, LEDs are becoming more popular for use with light-curable materials. However, because of technology differences, making the switch from broad-spectrum to LED curing energy sources is seldom a matter of simply replacing conventional lamps with LED units and leaving everything else the same. To ensure success when curing materials with LED light sources, the chemistry of the material must be compatible with the specific LED system chosen, and any necessary application-specific adjustments must be made.
In this presentation, we’ll examine how to go successfully from broad-spectrum to LED curing energy sources and look at factors you must consider to ensure a smooth transition. We’ll also explore what makes LEDs worth making the switch and what must be addressed during the migration process.
Viewers will be able to submit questions and download a new Dymax white paper on this topic.