>Any suggestions on how I can cast a conductive part in a RTV mold?
>ZETA Engineering Company
Casting resins are often filled with powdered aluminium to increase
their thermal conductivity. This does not work as well for electrical
conductivity. For that it is often better to coat the part with an
electricaly conductive paint.
Please E-Mail me if you would like more details on this.
Greg Pettengill http://www.indirect.com/www/greg_p/index.html
I do not know if it is true, but I imagine that there are
scientists who, by following the paths of the so-called
"cold" intellect -possibly without being aware of it- are plumbing the
depths of a mystery rather than searching for the solution to a problem...
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