Dymax enters distribution partnership with Krayden

Rapid curing material manufacturer Dymax announced today that it entered into a distribution partnership with Krayden.

Torrington, Connecticut-based Dymax said in a news release that Mexico-based Krayden will focus its efforts on promoting and supporting the sales of Dymax light-curing solutions to the electronics, automotive and aerospace and defense markets throughout Mexico.

Krayden will act as a conduit between Dymax and key customers, concentrating on creating and growing cooperative relationships between companies, providing expert technical guidance and assistance to design streamlined, cost-effective manufacturing processes.

The partnership is set to bring Dymax together with customers to provide a single source for automated dispense, coating, curing and materials solutions.

“Our relationship with Krayden will help expand our reach to critical OEM manufacturers in the aerospace and defense, as well as electric vehicle industries that may …

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Dymax strikes new partnership with Quantum Systems

Rapid curing materials and equipment manufacturer Dymax today announced a new sales partnership with Quantum Systems.

Torrington, Connecticut-based Dymax said in a news release that Quantum, with its offices in Arizona as well as Sonora and Baja, Mexico, will focus its efforts on promoting and supporting the sales of Dymax light-curing solutions to the medical, electronics, automotive and aerospace and defense markets throughout that region.

Under the partnership, Quantum will act as a conduit between Dymax and key customers, focusing efforts on creating and growing cooperative relationships between companies and providing expert technical guidance and assistance to design streamlined, cost-effective manufacturing processes.

“Our relationship with Quantum Systems will help expand our reach to critical OEM manufacturers in the medical, aerospace and defense, electronic, as well as electric vehicle industries that may not be aware of Dymax’s 40 years of ex…

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Dymax to exhibit at MD&M West

Dymax announced today that it will exhibit at MD&M West from April 12-14 in Anaheim, California.

Torrington, Connecticut-based Dymax specialists will be present in booth 1901 to discuss and demonstrate an array of the company’s light-curing technologies, including See-Cure and Ultra-Red fluorescing.

The company will also be presenting a first-of-its-kind 2000-MW series of adhesives formulated for safer use when in proximity to skin, as well as 1040-M autoclave resistant material for potting and encapsulation and 1172-M-UR material that’s of interest to manufacturers of in vitro diagnostics or applications requiring bonding or sealing of low-surface-energy substrates like COC/COP. The 215-CTH series of catheter bonders will also be available for demonstration.

Dymax’s booth will also feature the company’s redesigned UVCS 3.0 conveyor system along with the Dymax tube bonder system, as well as the company’s latest broad-spe…

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Dymax releases new adhesives for medical wearables

Dymax has released a new line of light-curable adhesives for wearable medical devices, saying they’re the first of their kind to pass ISO 10993-10 for sensitization and irritation.

Torrington, Connecticut-based Dymax — which develops rapid and light-curable materials, dispensing equipment and UV/LED curing systems for the medical device industry and others — said its new 2000-MW series adhesives are free of TPO and made without IBOA, a known skin irritant.

“Removing materials of concern with the introduction of the 2000-MW series of products is our first step toward the elimination of problematic ingredients,” Dymax Medical Global Business Development Director Mike Ford said in a news release.

The company said typical applications include continuous glucose monitors, large volume injectors, patient monitoring devices, pain management devices and other devices worn in close proximity to the skin.

The adhesives are designed for bonding S…

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Dymax taps PVA for North American distribution

Dymax today announced a new North American distribution partnership with PVA.

Torrington, Connecticut-based Dymax — which develops rapid and light-curable materials, dispensing equipment and UV/LED curing systems for the medical device industry and others — said the agreement with PVA covers adhesives, maskants and conformal coatings.

Founded in 1992 as Precision Valve & Automation, Cohoes, New York-based PVA is a global supplier of automated dispensing and coating systems with nine locations in North America. PVA’s automated systems are commonly used to apply Dymax materials to printed circuit boards, medical devices, consumer electronics and other applications.

The new sales partnership “bridges the gap between robotics and formulations, bringing customers a single source for automated dispense, coating, curing and materials solutions,” Dymax said in a news release.

“Our relationship with PVA will help expand our reach to c…

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Dymax releases 1040-M adhesive for repeated sterilizations

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Dymax has released its new 1040-M adhesive for surgical tools and devices that are subject to repeated autoclave or Sterrad plasma sterilization.

The new adhesive has extremely low water absorption of 0.5% and is designed to be autoclave resistant for more than 100 cycles, the Torrington, Connecticut-based manufacturer said in a news release. The material can also protect sensors, RFID chips and other electronic components as an encapsulant.

The material cures quickly when exposed to broad-spectrum UV light and is optimized to be LED curable at a wavelength of 365 nm, Dymax said. The 1040-M adhesive bonds to stainless steel, aluminum, glass, PP/PE, PCB and other substrates, and can be used for medical devices such as scopes, vials, tools and dental equipment.

Dymax also said that 1040-M meets the requirements for ISO 10993-5 cytotoxicity, is formulated without IBOA, has a…

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Dymax touts newest formulations for medtech wearables

Dymax is using MD&M West in Anaheim, Calif. next week to tout its newest formulations for assembling medical device wearables.

The Dymax materials are free from IBOA and TPO, are compatible with common and difficult substrates, and have passed ISO 10993-10 for sensitization and irritation, according to the Torrington, Conn.–based company.

For manufacturers involved with in-vitro diagnostics, Dymax has 1172-M-UR, which joins low-surface-energy substrates like COC/COP and has Ultra-Red fluorescing technology. Additional adhesives slated for display include Dymax’s 1040-M autoclave resistant material for potting and encapsulation and the 215-CTH series of catheter bonders engineered for reliability with excellent adhesion and aging performance.

Dymax will be at booth No. 1701 on Aug. 10–12, 2021.

 

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