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Your parts… now heat sealed…


We heat seal many of the sensor parts now, here’s how we do it… (m4v)


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3 Comments

  1. I’m terribly dyslexic (or something) and when I first read the title of this post I asked myself “Why would I want my pants heat sealed?”, of course the video clarified a lot. Just had to share, sorry 😛

  2. OOOO that’s how they do it. Always wondered! COOL STUFF!

  3. I was down in Oaxaca, Mexico last year, and saw heat sealing done with a candle! The guy was quite good, and the seal kept my coffee fresh. Note – he poked the plastic bag with a pin to allow pressure equalization on the flight home.

    –Rich

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