|Feb 23, 2012, 03:36 PM|
the tighter the fit the better the transfer. silver heat transfer paste greatly assists in the transfer. radio shack, get the 99.9% pure silver type.
|Feb 23, 2012, 06:42 PM|
After applying the thermal transfer compound, I clean the area where the slot in the heat sink is with acetone and a Q-Tip, then apply 3 small (1/8") dabs of epoxy along each side of the slot where the heat sink contacts the motor.
If need be, you can still "pop" the heat sink off.
This will inhibit the heat sink from sliding or rotating.
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