Electronics Forum | Thu Nov 11 14:56:22 EST 2010 | davef
We don't know, there are lots of different conformal coating materials and staking materials. Not all combinations behave similarly. Our choice would be to epoxy the component to the board, then conformal coat.
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 24 13:36:48 EST 2010 | diamondmt
I would suggest Zymet CN-1703 for staking of the components using this coating material we use it very extensively with Humiseal 1B31, if you would like; I would be happy to coat a couple of your samples for your evaluation.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 30 15:40:09 EST 2010 | diamondmt
Thanks for your reply sir... > > Please tell me, > materials you have suggested are reworkable or > not...? Yes, The material is reworkable, go you Zymet's website you will find all the information located there.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 02 07:19:26 EDT 2010 | raghu
Dear Team, Can we apply staking after conformal caoting? If we do this can we expect any future problems. Please clarify our Doubt. Your reply in this regard is highly appreciated. Thanks & Regards, Raghuveer S. Medha Servo Drives Pvt Ltd.
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 | Tue Feb 18 11:47:50 EST 2014 | rgduval
Is there a reason you're considering bead-blasting the conformal coating? It seems like a bit of overkill. Most of the cc that I've used over the years either has a solvent that will dissolve it, or will dissolve with heat. Heat has been our go-to
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
Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 19 06:20:05 EST 2014 | bandjwet
These micro ablation stations can be outfitted with air ionizers and you can use less electronegative materials like corn starch as the blast media. Laser ablation works on parylene and other coatings when on metal surfaces. BWET