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ARCHIVE OF REPAIR TRICKS, USEFUL INFO, ETC.



Various High-Temp Adhesives, conductive epoxy, PEEK, etc.


Thermal adhesives



Conductive adhesives

If your silver is too resistive:
"Some ingredients in this formulation provided may crystallize when subjected to
low temperature storage. A gentle warming cycle of 52C for 30 minutes prior to
mixing components may be necessary. Crystallized epoxy components do not react as well
as liquid components and should be re-dissolved prior to use for best results."

Low-outgas epoxy, vac chambers


Misc. Plastics etc.

  • 1200C deg fabric ceramic 3M Nextel
  • 500C deg plastic "Vtec" polyimide PI plastic vtecpi.com
  • 400C Kapton PI plastic Vespel
  • 280C Tg, Torlon, Duratron, Tekator PAI plastic
  • 260C Kapton silicone adhesive tape PI plastic
  • 275C Victrex "ST" PEKEKK or PI, victrex.com
  • 250C Ketron PEEK
  • 220C PPS Techtron, Rytron
  • Temperature pyramid, plastics
  • PI Polyimide trade names: Kapton Kaptrex Meldin Plavis Vespel Protomid Pyralux
  • PAI trade names: Torlon DuratronPAI Tecator Tecasint Semitron
  • PEEK trade names: Ketron Ketaspire Tekapeek Tecaform Sustapeek
  • PEI trade names: Ultem Duratron TekaPEI SustaPEI
  • PPS trade names: Techtron, Rytron


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