Nexus Newsletter Feature: Conformal coating Defects – Why Do They Occur?

 

In conformal coating there are many common failure mechanisms in conformal coating including capillary flow (scavenging), delamination (loss of adhesion), cracking, de-wetting, orange peel, pin holes, bubbles and foam. This article briefly looks at reasons each of the defects occur in processing with potential solutions to avoid them in the future.

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Nexus August Feature available for Conformal Coating Defects: Definitions and images of common conformal coating failure mechanisms

Each Month Nexus examine an important issue in conformal coating that is relevant to users, suppliers and distributors alike.
In August Nexus investigates key conformal coating inspection issues faced today by users and suppliers of conformal coatings, services and equipment. Experts in the area will be asked to point across their viewpoint and key areas of interest will be reviewed with a jargon busting area.
One of August’s features with Nexus wasConformal 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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