Fixing PCB runs
ethan.dicks at gmail.com
Tue Sep 26 20:14:58 CDT 2006
On 9/27/06, Chuck Guzis <cclist at sydex.com> wrote:
> I suppose one could also tack a wire down with gel-type cyanoacrylate
> (Super) glue, but I'd probably end up gluing my fingers to the PCB.
We used to use a cyanoacrylate adhesive from Loctite specifically designed
for ECO repairs. It's much like super-glue gel, and was used with an
"accelerant" liquid you paint on the board first (all cyanoacrylate adhesives
are essentially liquid monomers that polymerize on application with the help
of ubiquitious traces of surface moisture - doesn't work so well at the South
It wasn't exactly cheap, and I did glue my fingers to a board more than once,
but with practice, you learn how to lay it down in the smallest amounts
possible to get the job done.
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