Electronics Forum: thermally conductive tape (Page 1 of 29)

Aluminum tape

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 15 14:03:25 EST 2006 | samir

Robert McKeown Company makes thermally conduct Al tape. KIC did a study on which method (Kapton Tape, Aluminum Tape, Hi-Temp Solder) is the most repeatable. The study can be found in their website: http://www.kicthermal.com Al Tape placed 2nd, and

Cover tape tearing

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 15 17:30:42 EST 2005 | GS

Yes Davef, storage condition and long time remaining on shelf could effect pealing strength, but we experimented that by using Polystirene Carrier Tape also this problem was reduced almost to zero. Df, If I am not wrong when you talk about pr

Aluminum tape

Electronics Forum | Wed Feb 15 16:10:13 EST 2006 | slthomas

My understanding is that you get a reading that's the average of all of the jumped points if you jump tc wires with conductive tape. If you're doing multiple parts on a board with varying masses and don't control the attachment method (i.e., how mu

Aluminum tape

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 16 10:12:21 EST 2006 | slthomas

"Readings from thermocouple fixed by kapton tape only are inaccurate." I keep hearing this, but I haven't heard why, exactly. Why would they be any less accurate than with Al tape, which by nature of it's conductivity can provide an inaccurate measu

Aluminum tape

Electronics Forum | Thu Feb 16 13:03:52 EST 2006 | Tom Winchell

Assuming the AL tape shorts the wires for the thermocouple, you effectively have three junctions at the business end of the wire: wire 1 to AL, wire 2 to AL, and wire 1 to wire 2. If the temperature of the junctions wire 1 to AL and wire 2 to AL are

Cover tape tearing

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 15 08:09:06 EST 2005 | GS

Hi Liza, several years ago we had problem like that only with Carrier Tape made by Ploycarbonate material and by using High Speed pick & place. Very few pbms met by using low speed P&P machine. Problems have been solved by using Polystirene Carri

Cover tape tearing

Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 16 10:25:14 EST 2005 | GS

Hi Liza - polystirene monolayer (blend ?) could be sealed at less presure, ie 35-40 PSI. Temprature could be 165�-170�C. For sure after sealed you shoud make sure the sealing strength (peel strength)should meet min 15-25 N.(bet avg from 25 to 45 N)

Cover tape tearing

Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 15 06:20:11 EST 2005 | rlackey

Hi Liza, We've seen it occaisionally in house on Universal GSM 8,12,16mm but not on Fuji (except when a feeder's not used for a while). Also on 44, 56 & 72mm (the smaller vol parts I mentioned earlier. It tends not to affect the Hoover Davis Feeder

Thermal Conductive Adhesive Sheets (AUTO PLACEMENT PROCESS)

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 11 11:01:43 EST 2018 | robl

Could you get it in on a reel and use an SMT tape feeder to place?

Thermal Conductive Adhesive Sheets (AUTO PLACEMENT PROCESS)

Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 11 18:50:47 EST 2018 | vinzon02

HI Rob; The thermal conductive adhesive needs to apply heat to stick on PCB. It's surface has not adhesive tape to fix it before placement of IC. Process: 1.Place the epoxy adhesive tape on PCB. (IC middle part area) 2.Apply heat on epoxy adhesive

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