Electronics Forum: conductive ink (Page 1 of 4)

Conductive ink protection

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 02 09:43:20 EDT 2004 | davef

We'd guess that you can wave solder your connectors, but check with the ink supplier, just to be safe.

Conductive ink protection

Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 01 22:09:25 EDT 2004 | raylrhodes

We have an up coming job that has conductive ink deposits on the solder side of the PCB for contact switches and a zebra strip that connects to an LCD display. My question is... Do these need to be masked to protect them from the wave solder process

High Temperature PCB ink

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 15 22:10:16 EST 2007 | davef

Questions are: What is: * Purpose of this PCB ink? * Meaning of 'non-conductive?' * Temperature of your laser? * Reason solder mask is not the product of first choice? * Space of the unsoldered region located between soldered areas? * Maximum cure te

High Temperature PCB ink

Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 15 10:33:35 EST 2007 | paulallan

Does any one know of a supplier high temperature PCB ink that can safely used between pads on an SMT connector. The product ideally should be screened on and have resistant to short exposure to heat from a selective lazer. Must be non-conductive and

Conductive inks standards

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 23 23:29:01 EDT 2004 | Chics

Could someone provide me standards in conductive inks(silver)

Ceramic Inks

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 23 23:30:14 EDT 2004 | Chics

Can ceramic inks be used as conductive ink as a substitue of silver inks

Conductive Inks

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 08 12:01:46 EDT 1999 | Steve Skinner

I am trying to find out as much information as possible relating to conductive inks. If anyone out there is using them please give some advice. 1) How are you curing the ink? 2) What type of substrates are you using and who supplies them? 3

Ceramic Inks

Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 30 23:31:38 EDT 2004 | Chics

i am talking about ceramic conductive inks(which contain silver particles)

Mesh Size Vs. Particle size of silver inks

Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 22 11:19:39 EST 2004 | davef

Short answer: Yes. Depending on the application of the conductive ink, suppliers select different mesh for the silver particles. So, you should follow your supplier's recommendations for printing, for instance: Conductive Ink||PI-2000 Highly Condu

Conductive inks standards

Electronics Forum | Tue Sep 28 17:20:14 EDT 2004 | davef

We're aware of no such standard. Check with ink suppliers [eg, Conductive Compounds, Coats Circuit Products, Creative Materials, etc] to confirm.

  1 2 3 4 Next

conductive ink searches for Companies, Equipment, Machines, Suppliers & Information

2023 Eptac IPC Certification Training Schedule

World's Best Reflow Oven Customizable for Unique Applications
pressure curing ovens

Smt Feeder repair service centers in Europe, North, South America
convection smt reflow ovens

Wave Soldering 101 Training Course