The labels with an identification number contain the number of series or production batch. They are most often printed in the form of a bar code or 2D code. Identification labels used in the electronics industry are characterised by exceptional resistance to extremely high temperatures. (...)
Insulators are the elements cut out from such materials as PET, PP, PC, the task of which is to provide electronic components with heat and electrical insulation. Insulation washers and spacers ensure electrical insulation between an element and metal parts of the device. Majority of insulation materials is non-flammable (...)
Materials of complex structure (based on copper, nickel, foam) the task of which is to shield electromagnetic interference in electronic devices. Heat conductive and electroconductive materials used on electronic boards facilitate the heat dissipation from an electronic element. (...)
Double-sided adhesive tapes and films are perfect for joining elements with the device housing. Double-sided adhesive elements cut to a specific size (die-cut) facilitate the mounting of components and additionally seal the joint while preventing dust from getting inside the device. (...)
Colour and glossy labels are applied to the computer or laptop housing to emphasise its advantages and to distinguish it from other competitive models. Marketing labels contain printed information regarding the processor parameters and installed system (Intel CORE, Windows, Energy Star). (...)
Security labels are commonly used for protecting a computer against undesirable opening. An attempt to open the device results in the damage of the label and, as a result, a loss of guarantee. During an attempt to tear it off, a security label crumbles, delaminates, and reveals the writing VOID. (...)
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