Photopolymers expert witnesses may have varying types of backgrounds, since photopolymers are used for several different purposes. Photopolymers are a type of polymer that changes its physical properties when exposed to light and is used in a wide range of industries. Photopolymers may provide essential information for cases involving such areas as printing and 3D printing technology, dentistry, the medical industry, chemistry, chemical engineering, plastics, manufacturing, materials testing, testing and reliability, product development, solvents, adhesives, ink, coatings, film strips, and other related disciplines. Photopolymers are used for making various types of products and may be at the center of a court case due to numerous issues.
Photopolymers experts have often worked with various types of manufacturing and industrial settings, since photopolymers are used for creating a wide range of products and materials, including rubber stamps, coatings and sealants used in dentistry, electronics, integrated circuits, printing plates, LCD displays, electro-optical and optical materials, contact lenses, material for batteries, and other types of products. As with any type of material used for so many different products, photopolymers may also be involved with cases concerning product liability, product failure, research and development, patent law, and other related issues. Photopolymer lawsuits may also pertain to industrial hygiene, workplace safety, and product safety, in addition to other safety-related areas.
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