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Norplex-Micarta (NM) has introduced WaveMax 8000, a woven glass fabric combined with a high temperature static dissipative epoxy resin.
According to NM, their WaveMax 8000 solder pallet material offers excellent mechanical strength at continuous operating temperatures in excess of 180º C. They say it was designed for wave soldering and IR re-flow applications, so it can endure temperatures approaching 300º C for short periods of time, without adversely affecting the life of the material.
NM explains their WaveMax 8000 has the advantages of offering more uniform ESD properties and superior machining capabilities over other comparable materials on the market.
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