Dip coating is a traditional conformal coating application method that has been used to conformal coat circuit boards for a very long time.
The printed circuit board (PCB) is dipped into a tank of conformal coating liquid. This can be complete submersion or partial dip.
The board can be dipped vertically, horizontally or at another angle. The board can be dipped manually or automatically.
The board is removed from the coating and the excess conformal coating drains away.
This leaves a conformal coated circuit board.
The key areas for dipping with conformal coating
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- What equipment do you need for dip coating?
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- How cost effective is the dip coating process?
- What variables control the quality of the conformal coating finish in dip coating?
- What are five advantages of the dip conformal coating process?
- What are the five disadvantages with the dip coating process?
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