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From: "Tom Del Rosso"
Subject: Re: Side effects of potting compound !
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NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 01 Nov 2002 18:54:20 GMT
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Date: Fri, 01 Nov 2002 18:54:20 GMT
"Gibbo" wrote in
> The square ones with a circular element and worm drive. Beats me how
> it's doing it. All three have moved by roughly the same amount (within
> Can't leave it exposed as it'd buried really deep next to some high
If you did the conformal coating after gluing it with nail polish, then
you could be really confident of it.
It would be neat to have a trimmer remain exposed through a tunnel,
especially if the screw is on top. I'm thinking of a piece of tubing
wide enough to surround the whole trimmer, a little silicone squirted on
the board around the base of the trimmer, and the tube placed over the
trimmer before potting. Just a thought since you don't need it exposed.
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