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justinjja

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How about direct diode heatsinks?
 



Hiemal

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The problem with that is I have to buy a minimum of 500 heat sinks. So I have to choose hosts/heat sinks that i know i can eventually sell.

i know with copper modules, i could sell them rather fast
Get Coleman Max hosts then! :D

I'm pretty sure they would sell quickly.
 

justinjja

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which cuts out the massive amount of people who buy the diode already in a module with leads attached from DTR.
They wouldnt buy copper modules either right?

You could allways stock 2 types of heatsinks, but with a 500 min order I guess that gets expensive.
 

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I would be in for buying alot of those copper diode holders my quote was to high for me to invest ,but i asked for a 0.06mm tolerance.
What tolerances are you going with?
How long till i can order im going to need alot of them within the next 20 days.
 

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I don't have the money to make that many. will just have to be 5.6mm
 
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$3 dude your prices are less than chinese themselves, Thanks for doing this!!
 

kiyoukan

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i would love to order a good amount please pm me with the date you can have these.
 

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definitely YES on the copper modules....I will buy few of them for all my next builds.
 

RyanElectro

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What copper alloy will you be using though? This will change the thermal conductivity of what we would normally think is 2.1 times higher than aluminum (355 W/m-k)
 




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