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Die Cut Gaskets vs. Laser Cut Gaskets vs. Waterjet Cut Gaskets

Die Cut Gaskets vs. Laser Cut Gaskets vs. Waterjet Cut Gaskets

At NEDC we operate many pieces of cutting machinery. We operate state of the art conventional die cutting machines, laser cutting machines, and waterjet cutting machines. In this blog post, we thought we would delineate the differences between all of these machines so...

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Die-Cut Silicone Products- Gaskets, Thermal Pads, Insulators, Absorbers

Die-Cut Silicone Products- Gaskets, Thermal Pads, Insulators, Absorbers

 At NEDC, we would be remiss to not mention most of our products revolve around silicone-based materials. As a result, products that we offer a lot of die-cut silicone products. Out of our 5 core products, 4 are normally silicone based. In this post, we picked out 4...

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Silicone Gaskets, Pads- Silicone Foam, Sponge, Solid, EMI/RFI Shielding

Silicone Gaskets, Pads- Silicone Foam, Sponge, Solid, EMI/RFI Shielding

At NEDC, we offer an incredibly wide range of materials. High performing materials such as silicone rubber is one of them. The reason for this is because silicone has countless incredible properties. These include great electrical properties, high & low...

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Gaskets, Thermal Pads, Absorbers, Epoxy Films

Gaskets, Thermal Pads, Absorbers, Epoxy Films

Like many people, I have pet-peeves. One of my small pet-peeves is when a company says “We are a one-stop shop” Well, if that were true a customer could literally just drop a BOM on your lap and expect that entire product assembled in a quoted lead-time. While there...

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Sil-Pad or Gap Pad?

It is easy to understand why the applications of Gap Pad and Sil-Pad can be confused. This is because both thermal pads have a lot of similarities. For the most part Sil-Pads and Gap Pads are electrically isolating. Both thermal pads are thermally conductive, and both...

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