Re: Vacuum forming 7K interface "covers"
Chuck Harris <cfharris@...>
They are little plastic covers, very thin, and about 1 inch bytoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
3 inches. Their purpose is to restrain the free ends of the gold
They are simply a thin sheet of plastic that is bent to a specific
shape, probably with a vacuum forming method.
They are prone to getting longitudinal cracks, and when that
happens, they fall out, or simply stop retaining the socket
pins. Often the pins will get crumpled by the plugin after this
happens. At a minimum, they won't make uniform contact on all
Roy Thistle wrote:
On Tue, Apr 21, 2020 at 11:16 AM, Eric wrote:Are those (on a 7603) the white (nylon?) prismatic objects above and below the gold contacts... looking down into the 7603 bay? ... or maybe just a Tek part number?