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ESD floor

Electronics Forum | Tue Jun 03 19:49:48 EDT 2014 | acdc

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epoxy stamping

Electronics Forum | Mon Jun 13 09:26:39 EDT 2005 | guygol

Does a machine exist that stamps epoxy onto angled surfaces and not just vertically? I would guess this would be done by either tilting the specimin to be stamped with epoxy or by turning the stamping tool at an angle. If anyone can recommend somet

reliability of epoxy

Electronics Forum | Wed Aug 05 10:05:00 EDT 1998 | Paul Horan

I am looking for advice or information from anyone about the possible reliability problems associated with epoxy on solder pads of discrete devices. Will the epoxy expand and lift over time, Will there be adverse reaction between the solder and the e

Re: reliability of epoxy

Electronics Forum | Mon Aug 24 07:16:52 EDT 1998 | Paul Horan

I am looking for advice or information from anyone about the possible reliability problems associated with epoxy on solder pads of discrete devices. Will the epoxy expand and lift over time, Will there be adverse reaction between the solder and

Is more epoxy better?

Electronics Forum | Fri May 18 13:41:34 EDT 2001 | mparker

Good ol' Yankee engineering always says "More is better" You have got to be careful that with more epoxy volume you run the risk of the epoxy merging with solder paste if you are using a glue and paste process. In addition, if the epoxy can spread o

Is more epoxy better?

Electronics Forum | Wed May 30 17:59:16 EDT 2001 | jollyrodger

It may be the case (if you are using stencils to apply the epoxy) that you will have to indeed use a stepped stencil to appply the epoxy at a greater height. Not being an engineer i am not completely clear with the involvements of stencil design -

Is more epoxy better?

Electronics Forum | Wed May 30 17:59:24 EDT 2001 | jollyrodger

It may be the case (if you are using stencils to apply the epoxy) that you will have to indeed use a stepped stencil to appply the epoxy at a greater height. Not being an engineer i am not completely clear with the involvements of stencil design -

Non-conductive epoxy discoloration

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 26 21:35:21 EST 2015 | flyingsnow

Hi, has anyone experienced discoloration of cured non-conductive epoxy? It turned from white to deep red. The parts were returned from customer and we noticed the color change and wondered what could cause epoxy discoloration.Thank you!

Re: reliability of epoxy

Electronics Forum | Thu Aug 06 02:25:21 EDT 1998 | P.L. Sorenson - Technical Consultant

I am looking for advice or information from anyone about the possible reliability problems associated with epoxy on solder pads of discrete devices. Will the epoxy expand and lift over time, Will there be adverse reaction between the solder and the

Re: reliability of epoxy

Electronics Forum | Fri Aug 07 02:32:09 EDT 1998 | P.L. Sorenson - Technical Consultant

I am looking for advice or information from anyone about the possible reliability problems associated with epoxy on solder pads of discrete devices. Will the epoxy expand and lift over time, Will there be adverse reaction between the solder and

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