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Rice Paper method

The jig set is very similar to that used for the stencil method. The major differences is that a layer of rice paper is loaded with adhesive and this is placed on top of the pixel assembly.

The advantage of this method over the glue stencil method is that the glue will not spill out over the bond pads, while the application is easier than with a doublesided tape method.

The following files are useful:

-- Richard Bates - 2016-11-30

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