Cirexx Introduces Eclisp, An Alternative to Co-fired Ceramics


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Al Wasserzug, SR Business Development Exec at Cirexx talks about their new product, Eclisp. Developed in conjunction with Lockheed Martin, Eclisp is an alternative to co-fired ceramics and used to evacuate heat very efficiently with a low CTE. Wasserzug gave a paper on the new technology at IPC APEX EXPO.

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