Electronics Forum | Mon Oct 06 18:41:47 EDT 2003 | davef
In addition to our earlier comments, do not be misled into thinking that silicone materials, being rubbery, will transmit shock less. Nothing is farther from the truth. Many silicone rubbers are almost totally incompressible in the short time scale.
Electronics Forum | Wed Oct 01 15:45:35 EDT 2003 | Jalinous Esfandayri
Hi Everyone: Does anyone know what the right silicone for bonding the pressure sensor bare die on PCB is? How do I prevent the fracture and keep good adhesive? Any help would greatly be appreciated. Regards, Jalinous Esfandyari Intelligent
Electronics Forum | Tue May 27 11:59:14 EDT 2003 | blnorman
Is anyone aware of any reports, studies, articles on the subject of silicon contamination in SnPb solder joints. We are evaluating repair of conformally coated (silicone) boards. The fear is that we will never totally remove the silicone and once i
Electronics Forum | Tue May 27 12:40:50 EDT 2003 | davef
Hi Bill You said, "silicon". We assume by your discussion that you ment to say, "silicone". For background on silicone and soldering, check with Dow Corning [517-496-6000]. They make a OS2 [VOC-free] silicone stripper and should be able to give y
Electronics Forum | Wed Sep 10 15:37:09 EDT 2008 | djmic
I just purchased a soldering station and it came with the silicone grease for the desoldering gun and say's for cleaning spring filter and filter pipe, now do I just smooth this grease all over the spring and tube the spring goes in?
Electronics Forum | Wed May 28 14:35:47 EDT 2003 | davef
Wow, you're very correct. I guess we use silicone to calibrate our machine, as follows: XPS spectral measurements of dimethyl silicone should include O(2s) at 25 eV, Si(2p) at 102 eV, Si(2s) at 153 eV, C(1s) at 285 eV, and O(1s) at 533 eV. The C(1s
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 07 13:29:06 EDT 1998 | Chris Fontaine
I have a need to have a number (approx 20) circuit card assemblies which need to have a silicone conformal coating applied per MIL-I-46058. Are there any facilities which can offer me this service? Thank you, Chris Fontaine (603)885-6839 Sanders,
Electronics Forum | Tue Apr 14 16:43:48 EDT 1998 | Bob Barr
Chris, You may wish to contact Colin Burnie at SigmaVI in Melbourne, FL at 407-255-3559. They have coated boards for me using acrylic with very good results. I can't remember though if they do silicone. They have no problem with small lot sizes. B