Electronics Forum | Tue May 25 07:19:13 EDT 2010 | jry74
I tried these and the operators didn't like them. The palm dip didn't slide well on tape and the finger tips were a bit bulky.
Electronics Forum | Thu May 20 11:36:57 EDT 2010 | davef
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Electronics Forum | Wed May 19 19:41:12 EDT 2010 | jry74
Our employees use a knit style ESD glove when masking boards to prevent oils. They snag alot and bend leads and cause other problems. I have tried dipped palm but they are bulky and dont offer "feel". I tried a silky type but they had a huge seam
Electronics Forum | Tue May 25 12:17:44 EDT 2010 | markhoch
Dang, you're picky. Try buying your operators mittens, and then tell them that your company has discovered that mittens generate less ESD so they're making them mandatory now. Then...after a few hours, bring them their gloves back and tell them that
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 26 11:21:16 EDT 2005 | Amol
Hi, does anyone know/have used rubber masking boots to mask connectors, headers etc. prior to conformally coating them? i would appreciate contacts for custom rubber boot manufacturers in the united states. Thanks, Amol
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 09 10:21:30 EST 2005 | Amol
i am going to try it to use with Electrolube HPA. BTW we ran into a similar ptoblem, we just put pink mask on it to seal it off. still takes less time than to mask them with tape
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 26 17:26:32 EDT 2005 | Larry Davis
I have used Kinnarney Rubber Company out of Mantua, NJ in the past with great results. Contact Jim Kinnarney 609-468-1320
Electronics Forum | Wed Nov 09 12:23:34 EST 2005 | SuMoTe
Caplugs Very low tech, and very low cost. you will have to do a bit of work to find a size that will work for you, but the savings are worth it.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 08 17:06:26 EST 2005 | Erik
A while ago I tried using rubber boots for masking but couldn't get them to work because the coating we use (Humiseal 1B73) is so thin it leaches under the rubber. If you can get them to work with your application more power to ya.
Electronics Forum | Tue Nov 15 14:31:59 EST 2005 | Samir Nagheenanajar
Back in the days when I was in charge of a Paintline Dip conformal coater, I had the same issue with a non-hermetically sealed Potentiometer. We tried to use rubber boots, but the capillary/wicking action of our silicone-based heat cured coating was