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Phoseon Technology Displays UV LED Curing Solutions at InPrint 2014

Visit Stand E37 to Learn More About UV LED Technology for Decorative Printing

HILLSBORO, OR -- (Marketwired) -- 03/26/14 -- The Phoseon exhibit will display a wide array of exciting UV LED curing products at the upcoming InPrint Show in Hannover, Germany April 8-10. Stop by Phoseon stand E37 to learn more about the FireJet™ FJ100 air-cooled product family along with a wide array of other UV curing solutions for decorative printing applications. Find out why now is the time to make the change to UV LED curing.

InPrint features a comprehensive range of technologies and methods for printing on diverse materials such as metal, plastics, foils, textiles, glass, ceramics, wood and other substrates used within industrial manufacturing. As such, it provides a unique specialist platform for industry professionals seeking new opportunities for the use of specialty, screen, digital, inkjet and 3D printing.

While bringing the three-tiered benefits of UV LED curing (advanced capabilities, operating economics, and environmental advantages), Phoseon's products add additional capability with superior performance, integrated control, and outstanding reliability for customer's tough curing environments.

About Phoseon Technology
Phoseon Technology is a world leader in providing UV LED solutions for commercial and industrial applications. Phoseon's products deliver maximum UV energy, high performance, and real-world reliability for UV LED curing of inks, coatings and adhesives. The Company provides worldwide sales and support capabilities and can be reached at

Stacy Hoge
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