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Thread: removing numbers from chips
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face BY : mikeEraseME@.....whitewing.co.uk



On Sat, 14 Jul 2001 00:47:01 +1000, you wrote:

>> >I would like to hear what other PIClisters use to protect their designs.
>
>
>One technique that appeals to me is encapsulation
>in a plastic resin or epoxy;
Waste of time - normal epoxy is easy to remove with minimal damage -
unless you find something exotic (i.e expensive) that's hard to
remove, don't think potting will give you anything else but
environmental protection!
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Dremel.....
>* mount the smt chip(s) direct on the board, with a
>big blob of epoxy over it.
Easily dissolved

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