I always assumed that all aluminum heat sinks, with all of those fins, were either extruded or cast. And while both of those are common production methods, I just stumbled across this crazy-looking alternative method:
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Rain Noe is a writer and industrial designer based in New York City.
I do wonder if micro cracks at the base of each fin slightly drop the thermal conductivity of the heat sink. Still, very cool zero waste approach.
that is also how they get the heat sinks to talk... "we have ways of making you talk," says the operator...
Wow, pretty cool, I was not familiar with his process. Thanks for sharing.
I met a supplier of heatsinks and they had skiving in their presentation. Now I know what it is! Thanks C77!
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