C-Tech Systems, B.V. [formerly Nordson DIMA] supplies Hot Bar Bonding and Soldering equipment that is supported by a global service network. We offer customer-inspired solutions in a range of industries.
C-Prime Desktop System for ACF Final/Heat Seal Bonding, Hot Bar Reflow Soldering and Heat Staking, handles the product in a fixed position, with an optional fixture, size up to 300 x 200 mm. The Nordson DIMA Desktop Series is a product range for ACF
With the C-Quence™ Nordson DIMA offers innovative automated and integrated in-line solutions for Hot Bar Reflow Soldering, Heat Seal Bonding, ACF Laminating and/or Heat Staking applications. With Nordson DIMA's automated and integrated C-Quence™
Electronics Forum | Tue May 28 18:23:15 EDT 2019 | slthomas
TDK makes the CGA series "soft termination" caps. The p/n we use is CGA3E3X7S1A225K080AE, which will get you in the ball park for datasheets. We have moved to this to counter some variability in a heat staking machine (that we have yet to work out
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 23 13:27:55 EDT 1998 | Dave F
All y'all, We use two methods to secure/stake jumper wires to boards: 1 Jumper wires that "magically" bond themselves when heated with a "U" shaped tip on a soldering iron. 2 Loctite 382 Tak Pak We use Tak Pak "99&44/100ths" more often than the "magi
Industry News | 2017-07-17 19:09:09.0
Nordson DIMA has launched a new web site, www.nordsondima.com. The newly designed site makes it easier for visitors to learn about Nordson DIMA's full line of hot bar reflow soldering, heat seal bonding, ACF laminating, and heat staking solutions. A second website, www.dimadispensing.eu, was updated to cover the dispensing product lines that are exclusively available for the European region.
Technical Library | 2017-12-07 10:35:50.0
Electronics manufacturers protect their circuit boards with conformal coatings. Conformal coatings serve as a barrier from environmental hazards and internal shorts, tin whiskers, and corrosion at the board level. Within conformal coatings different material chemistries specialize in shielding from an array of hazards and can be applied by multiple methods. The most common method is atomized spray which disperses the material into a fine mist. Alternatively, non-atomized coating controls the materials' dispense shape while maintaining the original liquid form. While some applications demand atomized spray and other scenarios overlap between atomized and non-atomized coating, this paper focuses on the circumstances where materials are ideally suited for non-atomized, selective coating.
Technical Library | 1999-08-27 09:27:10.0
Conformal coating is a material that is applied to electronic products or assemblies to protect them from solvents, moisture, dust or other contaminants that may cause harm. Coating also prevents dendrite growth, which may result in product failure. This paper will discuss the variables that affect the application of conformal coatings, and review in detail those variables that impact the process of selective coating of printed circuit boards.