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The Top 4 EMI Shielding Gasket Manufacturing Processes

The purpose of EMI shielding gaskets is to protect and enhance the performance of electronic devices and equipment by creating a conductive path between two surfaces. The gaskets work to ensure the electrical conductivity required in your design is reliable and solid.  Additionally, and maybe more important, they prevent the transmission of electromagnetic interference (EMI) disturbances which can disrupt or destroy electrical circuits.  This article explores the top four EMI shielding gasket ...

4 Keys to Successful Form-in-Place Gasket Design

Die Cut Gaskets eGuide: 5 Frequent Design Oversights & How to Address Them

If you make a mistake during the design phase, you run the risk of going over budget and not receiving your solution in time. Our latest eGuide will help you avoid these common design oversights. Get a free copy by subscribing to our blog.

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What Could Happen when Vibration Isolation Isn’t Considered in the Design Stage

If you had called 877-ASK-LORD within the last several years, chances are you probably talked with me! Through my 34 years with LORD Corporation, I’ve had the opportunity to work as a Tool Engineer, designing all types of tooling used to manufacture LORD products; as a Product Engineer, providing design support to many of the LORD Industrial customers such as Caterpillar and John Deere; and most recently as an Application Engineer, providing technical support to LORD Industrial Distributors and ...

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