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Medical Wearable Device Design - Part 2 - Functionality in Tight Volumes

Medical Wearable Devices require high functionality in small volumes, which requires advanced materials and assemblies for success.

Medical Wearable Device Design - Part 1 - Attaching to the Skin

Adhesive Medical Wearable Devices need reliable materials to not only withstand use, but be...

Boyd Develops Cooling Solution for the Critical SuperCam Assembly of the Perseverance Mars Rover

Boyd continues its long tradition of Aerospace thermal management expertise on NASA's latest...

Understanding Rubber Bloom

Ever see a white dusting on rubber parts, even brand new components? You're seeing Rubber Bloom!...

Boyd's Essential Sealing, Thermal, and Protection Solutions in the Fight Against COVID-19

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to accelerate, the world is faced with new challenges each to...

Folded Fin Heat Sinks: Putting All of Those Origami Skills to Work!

An economical option for increasing surface area, folded fins increase heat transfer and...

Device Datasheets: Power Dissipation and How to Calculate Max Case Temperature

Extracting input information from device datasheets is the first step in determining your...

Bond, Thermal Bond: An Overview on Bonded Fin Heat Sinks

Bonded Fin Heat Sink Assemblies are ideal for high fin:gap aspect ratios that maximizing heat...

Zipper Fin Heat Sinks: An Interconnected Solution

Zipper Fins allow for high fin aspect ratios and more design flexibility due to their...

Brazed Fin Heat Sinks: Baked to Perfection

Brazing generates solid thermal and mechanical joints for fabricating heat sinks, liquid cold...