Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 05 17:59:14 EST 2013 | hegemon
By hand, we apply a precision die cut plastic protective film to a particular "lens" product. It is of the "peel the backing off and apply" style product. Due to the ESD event possibilities, this application is done in an area far away from any ele
Electronics Forum | Tue Oct 24 22:36:29 EDT 2000 | DL
On the main page of Smtnet towards the end of the opening paragraph states the following...Your " research continues in determining the reliability of thick film hybrid microcircuits and similar technologies using low-temperature, co-fired ceramics.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jul 30 12:17:37 EDT 2002 | Jim M.
Aimtronics had done thick film hybrids for many a year. Please contact 613-592-2240 or E-mail myself at the following address, email@example.com Aimtronics is located in Ottawa, Canada which is just an hour away from our plant in Ogdenburg , New
Electronics Forum | Mon Jul 29 18:53:17 EDT 2002 | davef
For MCM, hybrid, thick film er whatever they call them nowa days: * Aimtronics [ http://www.aimtronics.com/micro_thickfilm.htm ] * ISSI [ http://www.internationalsensor.com/HYBRID_PAGE_HTML/HYBRID_PAGE.htm ] * Vetronix Research 1700 Harmon Rd Auburn
Electronics Forum | Thu Oct 26 13:10:48 EDT 2000 | ptvianc
Yes, one should always be concerned about "field failures" because they represent the point at which the product has exceeded its design lifetime with respect to its service conditions. Hybrid microciruit technolgy (HMC) has been around for a long t
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 06 14:39:52 EST 2013 | davef
Depending on how much you require, there may run into some minimum material thresholds. * Research on 3M website: http://solutions.3m.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/Electronics_NA/Electronics/Products/Product_Catalog/~/All-3M-Products/Industry-and-Professi