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KOVAR-0.500X2.8X15 ASAP Semiconductor CONNECT Not Provided Not Provided

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  • Heating a Kovar tube for a glass sealing application [PFS]
    The client was using a torch, and operator error was slowing the heating. The repeatability of induction enables improved throughput while in this process it is a more efficient heating method than torch heating, also reducing scrap...
  • Heating a Kovar tube for a glass sealing application [IH]
    The client was using a torch, and operator error was slowing the heating. The repeatability of induction enables improved throughput while in this process it is a more efficient heating method than torch heating, also reducing scrap...
  • Hermetically Sealing a Fiber Optic Cable in a Kovar Ferrule (.pdf)
    The coil heats quickly so that the heat does not travel to heat sensitive components in the case...
  • Alloy
    Alloy 42 is a family of nickel iron alloys, suitable for joining to ceramic chips in electronic circuits, as well as glass-to-metal joining applications such as leaded windows and cathode tubes. It is a relatively inexpensive alternative to other electronic alloys such as Kovar. The medical
  • Pinpointing parts for PIM
    Material properties and geometries are two keys for recognizing good candidates for powder injection molding. Brush Chair Professor in Materials This 15 X 5 X 4-mm part is a F-15 (Kovar) electronic package. PIM holds flatness and hole diameter tolerances to 50 and 10 um, respectively. This 17-4PH
  • Controlled-expansion alloys for turbine engines
    temperatures. The mechanical properties of both are similar to the widely used nickel-based, high-temperature 718 superalloy. Like other controlled-thermal-expansion alloys, they combine the expansion characteristics of Kovar-base alloys with the thermal stability and high-temperature strength of superalloys
  • Fusion welding joins dissimilar metals in a flash
    process instantly welds 0.016-in. diameter, 0.75-in.-length tin-plated Kovar leads to iridium cans, housing preassembled motion detectors with Mil-spec reliability. Nearly instantaneous, heat-free welds make all this possible. Fusion welding is best described as a controlled shortcircuit. The power

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