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  • Metal-Film Resistors
    Metal-film resistors are produced by depositing a resistive element on a high-grade, ceramic rod. The metal film's resistive element may be carbon, nickel chromium; or a mixture of metal and glass, or metal and metal oxide. The precise resistance is achieved by removing part of the metal film
  • Wirewound vs. Film Resistors for Precision Applications
    technology products are replacing carbon resistors. There are two common film types, thick film and metal or thin film. Thick film resistors are made by silk-screening conductive paint onto an insulating substrate. The paint is "fired" to make the assembly permanent. Thick film resistors have many
  • Thin-Film Sputtering Deposition Strain Sensors
    on the substrate to insulate circuit power from the underlying metal. Then a thin film of resistive alloy is sputtered over the dielectric layer. This layer is laser trimmed under power to produce the balanced resistors of the Wheatstone bridge. Wires attached to bonding pads applied to the circuit

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