Conformal coating production is like any other part of the process. There are key fundamental challenges to be met to ensure targets and acceptable defect rates are set. However, understanding the variables that affect production and how these contribute to poor coating performance is critical to ensuring a high quality, efficient coating process.
Nexus has highlighted six critical areas that affect coating production and reduce performance on the line. These are the machines, materials, staff, process control, upstream processes and customer requirements.
In a series of six articles over the next six weeks Nexus will attempt to highlight these six key areas for production and how the production line can be improved to achieve acceptable levels of defects.
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The next Nexus Newsletter will be published in the middle of September. Covered within the issue will be articles including:
Main Feature – Subcontract Conformal Coating Services – A necessary evil or the ideal solution.
Technical Article – So you are considering outsourcing – What does that really cost?
Ask the Experts – Users and suppliers of subcontract service explain their viewpoint on challenges found in contract coating.
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FEATURE: Conformal Coating Inspection: What do you see? Inspection is a key area in conformal coating This feature looks at the standards, what they mean and what you see with new automated conformal coating inspection technology today.
FEATURE: Conformal Coating Defects: Definitions and images of common conformal coating failure mechanisms Nexus examines the defects you can find in conformal coating so you can recognise what your problem is!
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