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Sealing electronics in silicone sounds like a good idea [Video]
posted June 9 2012 18:19.40 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I had this problem once, when i wanted to make a rock-solid PCB to use it on my dirt bike, which happens to have a lot of vibrations and bumps. I used silicone as well, but i got very messy results. The solution is the Tegaderm, a type of medical band that lets the wound breathe. Charles thought that it would also let silicon to breathe and cure, and he guessed correct! The result is a very smooth and nice surface. Check out these videos:







[Via: hackaday]    [Link: CNLohr]
 
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