Baldwin’s AMS Spectral UV industrial curing solutions push speed, dose, power and scalability boundaries at RadTech BIG IDEAS for UV+EB Technology Conference

Industrial LED UV curing expert Kevin Joesel to present “UV for 3D Curing?” session on Tuesday, March 7

ST. LOUIS, Missouri — Baldwin Technology Co.’s AMS Spectral UV division, North America’s largest manufacturer of UV and LED curing technology, will showcase its latest lineup of industrial curing solutions at the RadTech BIG IDEAS for UV+EB Technology Conference. Baldwin will be located at Table #16 to discuss solutions engineered to deliver the highest speeds, power, dose and scalability for LED curing of inks, coatings and adhesives.

Taking place March 6 through 8 at the Wyndham San Diego Bayside hotel, The BIG IDEAS conference offers the industry a forum to discuss the future of UV and EB technologies while learning more about the applications and science that will enable developments two years, five years and 10 years down the road. Topics will include 3D printing, additive manufacturing, UV LED, printing, automotive, data-driven materials and more.

Taking center stage, the patented XP Quatro Series™ is AMS Spectral UV’s latest evolution for high-speed, high-performance LED UV curing. Hosting two large LED UV arrays, the Quatro Series delivers double the available power of a standard LED solution at a lower cost than two individual lamps while operating at top industrial speeds, driving increased productivity and profitability.

Unique to the XP Quatro Series is its ability to emit two different wavelengths from the same head, so with deep, layered substrates, for instance, the longer wavelengths can penetrate further, and in applications that require simultaneous powerful surface curing, the shorter waves can achieve this at the same time. Additionally, in applications with dual chemistry on one substrate both can be perfectly cured simultaneously.

Baldwin provides top-shelf curing solutions to many industrial markets, including auto parts, wood/furniture, cans, EV battery, medical consumables, metal coatings and converting. 

On Tuesday, March 7, Kevin Joesel, Baldwin’s AMS Spectral UV Industrial Sales Executive for the Americas, will be presenting an eye-opening session on how Baldwin’s technology has revolutionized what’s needed for LED UV curing on 3D objects and surfaces. Joesel’s career spans 35 years in the industry and has been focused the last 20 years on industrial curing with UV, LED UV and microwave technology.

“AMS Spectral UV’s peak optics, or as I prefer to call it ‘side fire LEDs’ for the XP series of lamps decreases the rate of the loss of irradiance by more than an order of magnitude. The most recent product family, Quatro, takes this a stop further,” said Joesel. “During the BIG IDEAS conference, I’ll be discussing how Baldwin’s AMS Spectral UV has eliminated the idea that UV LEDs need to be within millimeters of the target to cure a coating or ink in three-dimensional parts.”

“When producers are ready to make use of the highest LED UV doses to scale up their manufacturing lines and increase them to the highest speeds, we should be the first company they call,” said Jonathan Fore, AMS Spectral UV’s Commercial Lead. “Our new XP Quatro is like putting curing afterburners on your production line.”  

Manufactured in the U.S. and built using quality materials and the world’s most powerful LED architecture, the XP Quatro Series is designed to withstand nonstop use in tough conditions and high-productivity environments that require a rugged, resilient curing module.

AMS Spectral UV pioneered an all-LED curing solution for high-performance printing and converting and is a world leader in the market, with an installed base of more LED systems on offset litho and flexo presses globally than any other provider of the technology. It has quickly risen to prominence among the world’s leading industrial curing equipment manufacturers, with applications ranging from electronics and medical devices to EV automotive and consumer goods. 

From research and development through engineering and production, AMS Spectral UV’s team of experts can customize solutions to suit every application.  Its comprehensive products and services include conventional UV, LED UV, UV lamps, Infrared, test-lab facilities and application engineering services.

For more information on Baldwin’s industrial UV and LED UV curing solutions, visit Details on RadTech’s BIG IDEAS for UV+EB Technology Conference are available here.



Baldwin Technology Company Inc. is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of innovative process-automation equipment, parts, service and consumables for the printing, packaging, textile, plastic film extrusion and corrugated industries. As a total solutions provider, Baldwin offers our customers a broad range of market-leading technologies, with a focus on improving the economic and environmental efficiency of production processes. Through a global footprint of 21 company-owned locations and an extensive network of partners, our customers are supported globally, regionally and locally by dedicated sales and service team members who add value by forming long-term relationships. Baldwin is privately owned by BW Forsyth Partners, a Barry-Wehmiller company. For more, visit


BW Forsyth Partners is the investment arm of multibillion-dollar global manufacturing and engineering consulting firm Barry-Wehmiller. Established in 2009, BW Forsyth Partners blends Barry-Wehmiller’s unparalleled legacy of value creation and people-centric culture development with keen investing experience to help companies realize their true potential. With a focus limited to areas known well, BW Forsyth Partners seeks to partner with leadership teams to acquire small- to middle-market companies in the capital and component equipment, and professional services sectors. In each of our operating companies, BW Forsyth Partners deploys operational improvements and strategy development without compromising the autonomy, strategic vision and entrepreneurial spirit of their leadership teams. For more information, visit

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