Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 28 13:21:40 EST 1998 | Jim Gleason
Does anyone know where to get conductive coatings you can spray/paint/bake on hard surfaces? I would like tha actual manufacturer not a coating service company.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 15 08:54:51 EDT 1999 | Jacqueline Coia
Could anyone please give me any information or obtainable references concerning proper guidelines for the application of conformal coatings (double comp.type) using both methods of spraying and dipping. Information must also include best instrument f
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 07 04:44:07 EDT 2005 | Slaine
Anyone know an osp coating supplier/manufacturer i can talk to, i know very little about them and might have an application for them. UK if possible.
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 08 22:35:27 EDT 2005 | davef
Shikoku Glicoat SMD process is the market share leader for OSP in Japan and the Asian Rim.
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 07 16:53:15 EDT 2005 | GS
Contact Cookson Electronic, they can support you with OSP solutions (ENTEK---) new formulations for Lead Free apllication. Regards GS --------- from a 2003 Cookson presentation: Objective Although Existing ENTEK� PLUS CU106A technology is suc
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 29 01:09:25 EST 1998 | Pete Sorenson
| Does anyone know where to get conductive coatings you can spray/paint/bake on hard surfaces? I would like tha actual manufacturer not a coating service company. | I used products from Acheson Colloids with good results for many years. Phone 800-2
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 18 13:08:05 EST 2014 | hegemon
Paralene, Paraxylene, or other vacuum deposited coating will require this method to remove the coatings. UR and Acrylics have solvents, as Rob above has mentioned. Plastic bead media and wheat chaff are ones that I know have been used for Paralene
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 25 08:29:14 EST 2013 | cyber_wolf
I do not have the warm and fuzzy feel about these coatings due to the lack of supporting data. Aside from trying to save some money on wiper paper I do not see an advantage that would justify it.
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 25 09:43:19 EST 2013 | davef
Señor Tech: You're correct. I get the impression that these coatings are aimed at solving specific problems. If you don't have that kind of pain, why get involved?
Electronics Forum | Tue Feb 18 11:06:49 EST 2014 | cunningham
Does anyone do this? We have a small booth and lots of different kinds of media to try. it will be local stripping of coating on components for rework purposes. My main concern is ESD levels and how best to measure this. Any ideas or any papers o