- What is the thermal expansion anisotropy of PCM and RCM?
- It means that there is a difference in expansion coefficient depending on the rolling direction and the rolling vertical direction. We can also provide PCM and RCM with no anisotropy.
- Can we purchase the material?
- Basically, we do not sell materials. We sell parts with shape processing plus surface treatment (plating, etc.).
- Is it possible to solder the material?
- The material itself has no solder wettability, so surface treatment (Ni plating, etc.) is required.
- Is it possible to purchase even small quantities?
- Yes. Small quantities are also possible.
- Can you deliver a prototype product quickly?
- We try our best to respond to the delivery date customers request, so please contact us.
- What does “30” of PCM 30 refer to?
- The number attached to the back of PCM and RCM provides the Cu content percentage (wt%).
- What does the number behind CPC indicate?
- It shows the ratio of the layer thickness, Cu:* PCM : Cu.
For example, CPC 141 indicates Cu: PCM: Cu = 1: 4: 1.
Only CPC-300 indicates that the thermal conductivity is 300 W/mK.
* PCM: our designated name for copper molybdenum alloy
- Is resist processing possible?
- We support it if it is of the thermosetting type. For details, please contact us.
- I would like to know the standard design guide (dimension accuracy, etc.)
- Our sales staff will bring the design guide.