AMS Spectral UV to Showcase LED-UV Curing Solutions
RIVER FALLS, Wis. - February 14, 2018 - AMS Spectral UV, the world’s leading provider of high-power curing technologies for commercial printing and other industrial applications, announced it will be a Platinum Sponsor of Print UV 2018, marking its 11th year participating in the one-of-a-kind event set for Feb. 26-28 at the Encore by Wynn in Las Vegas. Print UV brings together the world’s most engaged professionals currently printing with UV technologies to discuss best practices, techniques and new developments, among other topics.
At Print UV, AMS Spectral UV will feature its X Series LED-UV technologies for sheetfed offset printing, which received a 2017 InterTech award. The X Series offers the industry’s highest curing intensities, enabling the fastest press speeds with lowered energy consumption and odorless, luxury quality print results. Several printers who have switched to LED and use these technologies will be at Print UV 2018, giving attendees a chance to learn directly from those who have experienced the benefits of investing in the line.
Additionally, AMS Spectral UV president Steve Metcalf will provide a comprehensive update on the state of LED technology adoption around the world in sheetfed, web offset and high-speed flexographic printing, and will provide insight into what to expect next.
Metcalf said, "We are thrilled to sponsor Print UV, now in its 11th year, and to participate in the valuable and unique conversations this conference creates for printers around the world. UV and LED technology are rapidly advancing print, and this year's conference will prove invaluable for all those taking part."
Printers who attend the conference will have a chance to review multiple samples produced with AMS Spectral UV’s curing systems, including the well-known LED-UV LookBook - Version 2, which debuted at PRINT 17. Staff will be on hand to answer questions about the LED-UV curing process, from the basics on how it works to the details of what consumables are needed.
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