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metallize

[′med·əl‚īz]
(engineering)
To coat or impregnate a metal or nonmetal surface with a metal, as by metal spraying or by vacuum evaporation.

metallize

To apply a coating of metal on a base material, usually by spraying the coating metal in a molten state.
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And, despite earlier setbacks associated with the use of graphite, significant advances in the overall process and in the dispersion itself has rendered the process viable for the metalization of plated through-hole multilayer and double-sided printed circuit boards.
At the next price point, Figure 9 shows the COB in a PDA using a multilayer FR-4 PCB with uniform nickel metalization at both soldering and wire bond sites with AlSi wire bonding process.
Generally, voiding is most often blamed on the metalization process itself.
Interconnect type failures are more frequent and marginal metalization (electroless copper or direct metalization) may quickly fail.
3 volt I/O device, and up to five layers of metalization.
The product line combines the thin film optical coating and metalization technologies perfected by TFT with the machining and soldering process technologies pioneered by WAM for such applications as night vision, thermal imaging, telecommunications equipment and image sensors.
Such a new polymer surface could have enhanced barrier and could eliminate the need for coatings or vacuum metalization.
Honeywell is one of the top five suppliers of materials to the semiconductor industry, providing a wide range of product offerings, including "sputtering targets" for metalization processes as well as various chemicals used as insulators, anti-reflective coatings, and highly selective etchants.
He pointed to direct metalization, direct plate and pulse plating as technologies that permit conveyorization, reductions in water consumption, and open up shops to use such laminates as Getek, PPEs and PPOs.
In real solder joints, the ideal ternary mix (assuming one begins with such an alloy) is mixed with metallic parts from the PCB and lead metalization.
Honeywell is one of the top five suppliers of materials to the semiconductor industry, providing a wide range of product offerings including "sputtering targets" for metalization processes as well as various chemicals used as insulators, anti-reflective coatings, and highly selective etchants.