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UV cure conformal coating

Electronics Forum | Thu Mar 31 10:14:06 EST 2005 | davef

There's some nice low-VOC uV coatings out there. We don�t use uV cured coatings, but try: * http://www.emersoncuming.com * http://www.dymax.com * http://www.mgchemicals.com * http://www.loctite.com * http://www.humiseal.com Be aware that uV co

UV cure conformal coating

Electronics Forum | Wed Mar 30 14:51:19 EST 2005 | Cmiller

We are looking at switching to UV cure for faster throughput. Does anyone know of any cost effective coating manufacturers? The pricing we are getting back are around $250.00 a gallon in 5 gal pails. This is more than twice what we pay for our curren

UV cure conformal coating material

Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 09 08:45:31 EST 2009 | orlando

Does anybody run conformal coating process using UV cure varnish? We have a long experience on solvented urethane coating material but switching to solventless is unknown for us. Could you recommand vendors for UV curing oven? Thanks

UV cure conformal coating material

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 10 15:33:55 EST 2009 | duso02

We use one quite often. Our machine is a Uvitron Conveyor 40 as we are a large coating house and this allows us to process many boards. Dymax also maufactures and sells machines as well. Humiseal and Dymax both manufacture UV coatings. Emerson Cuming

UV cure conformal coating material

Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 21 11:31:19 EST 2009 | lynn_norman

Fusion makes UV ovens. Most conformal coating suppliers have a UV line. Great for quick cures, but the ovens interfered with our automated guided vehicles, so we had to abandon the UV.

High Temp (96/4) adhesive cure time/temp

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 21 16:03:14 EST 2001 | blnorman

You're right, manufacturers time/temps will vary. A single manufacturer will have a host of materials with different cure schedules. We currently use 2 epoxies that cure in 2 - 3 minutes at 150�C. One will also cure in 5 minutes at 125�C. Talk t

Conductive Adhesive and UV cure adhesives dispensing

Electronics Forum | Fri Feb 21 02:00:53 EST 2003 | successmani

Hi, I would like to know how Conductive adhesives and UV cure adhesives are dispensed. I know that nonconductive adhesives are dispensed through jetter, Auguer pump annd other contact type method. I am puzzled and curious to know whether there is any

High Temp (96/4) adhesive cure time/temp

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 22 09:56:21 EST 2001 | blnorman

An adhesive, is an adhesive, is an adhesive. Yes most will thin when exposed to elevated temperature, but that's only for a short time. As cross-linking starts, viscosity increases. Having made countless numbers of adhesively bonded samples in the

High Temp (96/4) adhesive cure time/temp

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 22 12:26:33 EST 2001 | traviss

I used a Blue M batch oven quite a bit to cure in works great. All you have to do is get the board up to cure temperature, 150C normally and your all set. It will probably be in there longer than the time required but at that low temperature it shoul

Acrylic conformal coat cure test method

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 28 20:10:08 EST 2001 | mhunter

Checked the archives with no luck. Anyone have a reliable test method of verifying acrylic conformal coat cure. Using Humiseal 1B31 mixed with approximately 30% solvent, spraying with a Nordson. Thanks in advance.

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