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Re: Conductive epoxy?



Reid, have you tried this material in microwave circuits?  In the past,
I've found that soldering FET's often changes characteristics.  I've been
looking for a way to mount them without soldering.  Cliff K7RR

On Mon, 23 Aug 1999, Reid Bristor, Sr. Consultant wrote:

> 
> I don't know whether they still do or not, but Mouser Electronics use to
> sell a silver 2-part epoxy. I use to use this when wanting to install wires
> on used electric solar panels. Use to work very well.
> 
> I believe it was called 2400 Circuit works, Conductive Epoxy Kit and the
> old part number was:  527-2400. Hope that helps.
> 
> 
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> At 10:59 AM 08/24/1999 +0930, Stanley Lim Hock Hin wrote:
>  >G'day,
>  >
>  >Can someone please suggest a conductive epoxy that is suitable and
>  >readily available to use on metal-can component and pcb for space
>  >application.
>  >
>  >Thank you very much.
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