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Plugging pastes for space electronics
Plugging pastes for space electronics
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory lists our plugging pastes in the NASA specification D-8202; they fulfil the outgassing test per ASTM E595 and are thus ideal for use in space electronics
Pioneer
Pioneer
The pcb pioneers Werner Peters (Lackwerke Peters), Fritz Stahl (Ruwel) and Hermann Seul (Isola) develop the first mass-produced printed circuit boards in Germany. This was the dawn of pcb manufacturing in Germany and Europe.
First conformal coating
First conformal coating
Lackwerke Peters develops its first conformal coating (SL 1300) for assembled pcbs for Hella and VDO for application on Knödel dip coating equipment
Plugging pastes for space electronics
Plugging pastes for space electronics
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory lists our plugging pastes in the NASA specification D-8202; they fulfil the outgassing test per ASTM E595 and are thus ideal for use in space electronics
Pioneer
Pioneer
The pcb pioneers Werner Peters (Lackwerke Peters), Fritz Stahl (Ruwel) and Hermann Seul (Isola) develop the first mass-produced printed circuit boards in Germany. This was the dawn of pcb manufacturing in Germany and Europe.
Pioneer
First conformal coating
Plugging pastes for space electronics
Pioneer
The pcb pioneers Werner Peters (Lackwerke Peters), Fritz Stahl (Ruwel) and Hermann Seul (Isola) develop the first mass-produced printed circuit boards in Germany. This was the dawn of pcb manufacturing in Germany and Europe.
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