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3D Printing, Polymer and Other Radiation Curing Classes Open for Summer

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Radiation Curing Program, SUNY-ESF: May 26, 2015

The Radiation Curing Program at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry is pleased to announce that registration is open for its online short and advanced courses in the area of radiation curing technology.  RCP’s online format is flexible and accommodates work, travel, and other commitments. This allows individuals to advance in this innovative and rapidly growing field in a convenient and cost-effective way. It is the perfect educational solution to compliment in-house training for new and existing employees and for those wanting to learn more about the radiation curing field. 

Through short courses, students gain a better understanding of the energy curing field and how it is used in exciting field of rapid prototyping.  These courses typically take 4-6 hours to complete. They are open every month for registration

Short Courses

Principles of Energy Curing Technologies

Basics of UV Curable 3D Printing

For those wanting more in-depth knowledge, RCP offers three advanced online courses that provide foundational and advanced treatment of current and emerging UV/EB curing principles and applications. The semester is just beginning and it’s not too late to join in.

Advanced Graduate Courses

Introduction to Polymer Coatings (May 18-July 31)

Radiation Curing of Polymer Technologies (May 18-July 31)

Radiation Curing Equipment, Instrumentation and Safety (June 1-July 31)

These advanced courses may be taken as non-credit or for three 500-level credits each. Participants taking all three core courses for credit can apply for an Advanced Certificate in Radiation Curing from the State University of New York. 

Individuals are invited to learn more and register at http://www.radcuring.com .

 

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