Over 30 Years of Light Curing Technology and Innovation
Greg Bachmann, Director & Chairman of Dymax Corporation
Dymax Corporation, originally founded in 1980 as the American Chemical and Engineering Company, is a leading manufacturer of advanced light-curable adhesives, coatings, oligomers, light-curing equipment, and fluid dispense systems. We provide design engineers with the products and services they need to dramatically improve manufacturing efficiency and lower costs.
Our Mission: We make our customers more capable and efficient. Dymax solutions maximize capability and efficiency by increasing throughput, enhancing quality and performance, conserving energy, improving safety and reducing environmental impact.
Dymax serves the needs of OEMs in the medical, electronics, optical, aerospace, automotive, appliance, metal finishing, and alternative energy markets. We sell our products directly and through a worldwide network of distributors and sales partners. Primary light-curable products include adhesives, coatings, encapsulants, gasketing resins, masking materials, and potting compounds.
We also manufacture a variety of conventional arc-bulb and LED light-curing equipment including spot lamps, flood lamps, conveyors, and radiometers. Automated and manual dispense systems are available for all types of low-to-medium viscosity fluid dispensing. Oligomers include multifunctional acrylates, polyether urethane acrylates and methacrylates, and polyester urethane acrylates and methacrylates.
From the design phase through performance testing, we assist manufacturers in solving their most complex application problems. With an innovative and experienced staff of R&D scientists, application engineers, sales managers, and customer support representatives, we are dedicated to providing cost-saving assembly solutions to manufacturers in today's highly competitive environment.
Dymax employs more than 250 people worldwide and owns over 30 technology patents. Our corporate headquarters are in Torrington, Connecticut with additional facilities in Germany, China, Hong Kong, Korea, and Singapore.