At NEDC we die-cut and laser-cut many types of adhesives. One adhesive that stands apart is Ablefilm® 5025E™. This film is one of the most common converted at NEDC via laser-cutting or die-cutting. This material is an unsupported electrically/thermally conductive epoxy film that is used for bonding circuit boards to heat-sinks or other components. The epoxy film is used as a binder to hold the silver particles in place. The silver particles imparts its high level of electrical (X,Y, Z directions) conductivity. As a demonstration of this films high level of electrical conductivity, its volume resistivity reaches lower than .0005 ohms/cm.
The uses of 5025E™ is complemented by its benefits. The benefits of Ablefilm® 5025E™ include:
-Thin Uniform Bondline
-Providing EMI/RFI shielding
-Great thermal and electrical conductivity
These films are supplied in a neat format of sheets. Depending on the thickness sheets can come up to 12’’ x 24’’ sheet sizes. This material is available in a few different thicknesses:
NEDC laser-cuts, and die-cuts Ablefilm® 5025E™ material. The shape of the preform is limited by the size of the sheet provided. NEDC oftentimes can hold tolerances as close as +/- .001’’-.002’’ on preforms of this material. In addition, NEDC commonly has stock of this material to sell full sheets, or completed epoxy preforms. The color for this material is a dark tan. For more information on Ablefilm® 5025E™ or you believe you would have an application that 5025E™ would fit well in, please contact email@example.com.