OT: Datasheet for Motorola MCM62940 32K X 9 SRAM?
oltmansg at bellsouth.net
Tue Feb 16 13:49:53 CST 2010
Gorilla Glue is good stuff. I've used it to repair the door panels in my car. They still hold together quite well. :)
From: Chuck Guzis <cclist at sydex.com>
To: General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts <cctalk at classiccmp.org>
Sent: Tue, February 16, 2010 12:05:02 PM
Subject: Re: OT: Datasheet for Motorola MCM62940 32K X 9 SRAM?
On 16 Feb 2010 at 10:31, Jeff Walther wrote:
> Darned glass fell out because the manufacturer's double sided tape got
> old (it's more than 10 years old too). I tried a 3M tape
> that looked promising but it didn't hold. I'm going to try again and
> heat the tape and give it three days to set. On the first try I
> didn't see the information that the adhesive needs to set for three
I'm using a lot of polyurethane glue (e.g. "Gorilla Glue") nowadays.
I used to use it quite a bit in woodworking (it's stainable and fills
gaps) until my wife asked me to repair a hairclip of hers constructed
of a metal clip affixed to a glass decorative element. Epoxy
wouldn't stick to the glass no matter what I did and I was about to
reach for the RTV, when I wondered about the polyurethane. Years
later, it's still holding. I use it to tack down components to bare
FR4 PCB, where I want a bit more strength. I've replaced the double-
sided tape on cable clips with it. The great part is that it can be
cut with a utility knife and cleaned up or removed once it's set.
It just might do the job on your scanner--but use it very sparingly.
It expands when it cures.
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