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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
STTC-570 Digi-Key OKI/Metcal Soldering, Desoldering, Rework Products TIP REPL .19" HEAT STAKING
STTC-170 National Microchip Metcal Not Provided TIP REPL .19 HEAT STAKING
180414-0102 Allied Electronics, Inc. MOLEX Not Provided LED Holder for CITIZEN CLL020 heat stake
180414-0103 Allied Electronics, Inc. MOLEX Not Provided LED Holder for CITIZEN CLL030 heat stake
180416-0104 Allied Electronics, Inc. MOLEX Not Provided LED Holder for CITIZEN CLL040 heat stake
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  • Precision Heat Staking Manufacturing
    Heat staking is the process of melting and reforming a thermoplastic stud to lock a dissimilar material in place mechanically.
  • Heat Staking Process Development and Equipment
    Thermal press heat staking, plastic swaging, procedures, parameters, and guideline strategies for plastics assembling. The heat stake process is used in many high technology fields & consumer products manufacturing and offers many benefits.
  • Heat Staking Process Introduction (.pdf)
    Heat staking is a method of joining two or more parts, where at least one of the parts is made out of plastic. The bond is made by partially de-forming the plastic part in order to fixate the other. Heat staking makes it easy to bond metal to plastic, and is commonly used in high volume/low cost
  • Case Study: Heat Staking
    on plastic assemblies. Different heat levels for varying welding conditions can be accomplished on a single fixture. The ability to place the infrared heaters in various positions makes it possible to weld multiple surfaces in one setup. Because the infrared heat source does not touch the part
  • Heat Staking of Antennas in Handheld Devices
    Many devices such as cell phones, PDAs, laptops and MP3 players are in great need of real estate within the products' enclosures to mount critical components and hardware. In the past, locating a component within .100" of another was considered close tolerance placement to allow the device to
  • Thermal Press Heat Staking and Plastic Swaging
    Procedures, process parameters, and guidelines for plastics assembling
  • Thermal Press Heat Staking and Plastic Swaging: Procedures, Process Parameters, and Guidelines for Plastics Assembling
    The heat stake process is used in many high technology fields and consumer products manufacturing and offers many benefits.
  • The Heat Stake Advantage
    Technical Article in the characteristics and requirements for the designa nd implementation of heat staking as a technique for plastic assembly. Includes basic design guidelines and process details related to thermal assembly used in plastic assembly. Includes breif descriptions of thermal

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