RadTech has elected David Walker, President, CTO & Co-Founder of Azul 3D, as a new RadTech board member. In addition, Karl Swanson, President – PCT Ebeam and Integration; and Evan Benbow, Vice-President, Research & Development, Nazdar Company have been elected to second two-year terms. Todd Fayne of PepsiCo, who has rotated off the board after reaching term limits. Mr. Fayne plans to continue as co-chair of the RadTech Sustainability Committee.
Azul 3D is the company commercializing the HARP high-speed 3D printing technology invented and developed at Northwestern University. HARP allows printing 3D structures from a wide pallet of materials in both the presence and absence of oxygen. Azul 3D is enabling manufacturers to transition from prototype to mass manufacturing on one streamlined platform.
RadTech Board members include Susan Bailey, Michelman, President; Michael Gould, Rahn USA; president-elect; Eileen Weber, allnex, immediate past president; Paul Elias, Miwon, Treasurer; Mike Bonner, St. Clair Systams, Treasurer; Evan Benbow, Nazdar; Neil Cramer, Sartomer; Jonathan Graunke, INX Intl.; Jennifer Heathcote, GEW; Jeffrey Klang, Sartomer; Eric Nelson, 3M; Helen Rallis, Sun Chemical; Jim Raymont, EIT; Jake Staples, Wausau Coated Products, Karl Swanson, PCT Ebeam and Integration and Dan Theiss, Procter & Gamble.
RadTech is a nonprofit trade association dedicated to the advancement of UV+EB technologies, providing users with energy savings, lower emissions of harmful substances, enhanced process control, and fast efficient throughput. UV+EB is used in a wide range of applications, including printing, packaging, wood and building products, electronics, and 3D printing/additive manufacturing. RadTech serves as an international forum and source of information for individuals and organizations involved in the use of UV+EB or the supply of equipment, chemicals, or other materials.