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How to remove the epoxy package of the IC Chips [Chemistry]
posted August 13 2012 15:36.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It is easier than i expected... Here is a simple to follow How-To guide from Ben Krasnow. What he did is he routed the raw part of the chip with a CNC router, and then he used nitric acid to dissolve the rest of the epoxy. To speed up the reaction he increased the temperature to some 100 degrees C. The results are very good.



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