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Patent Abstracts

*10/4/2012

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Patents Abstracts

8,277,597 
Method for bonding high heat conductive insulating resin  

Yamamoto of Toyota, Japan, developed a method for bonding a high heat conductive insulating resin, by which the high heat conductive insulating resin can be bonded to a heat sink without deteriorating insulating characteristics and heat conducting characteristics.  The method includes: a fixing step of fixing the heat sink by means of a jig having a vacuuming function; a placing step of placing the heat sink fixed with the jig on a sheet-like high heat conductive insulating resin previously bonded to a cooler and making a hermetically closed space; and a bonding step of having a bonding section between the heat sink and the sheet-like high heat conductive insulating resin under a negative pressure by depressurizing the hermetically closed space, heating the sheet-like high heat conductive insulating resin, and bonding the sheet-like high heat conductive insulating resin to the heat sink. (RDC 10/4/2012)

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Interested!!
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(RDC 6/5/2012)

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** Date of latest addition; date of first entry is 10/4/2012.