Optical and Semiconductor Grade Epoxy Resin

Epoxies, Etc. has developed a fast curing thin film Electrically Conductive Adhesive. Room temperature curing Electrically Conductive Adhesives are ideal for bonding and sealing applications that cannot utilize heat to cure the adhesive. However, the down side to many of these materials is the extended room temperature cure of one to three days. 40-3907 has a thin film set time of ninety minutes at room temperature and within six hours is close to full hardness (Shore D 78).

40-3907 may be used as a repair material for electrical traces providing better chemical resistance and adhesion than conductive inks. Other common applications for 40-3907 include solder replacement, EMI\RFI shielding, grounding, die attach, SMD attach, and flip chip attachments.

More information about the 40-3907 Electrically Conductive Epoxy is available at http://www.epoxies.com/_resources/common/userfiles/file/40-3907.pdf


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