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OEM Aluminum Skived Fin Heatsink

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The Skived fin, also known as skiving technology, simply takes an entire piece of aluminum or copper and use special skived machine to cut out fins with standard spacing and a certain thickness and height. Because of using high precision cutting technology, the integration of the forming, relative to other processing technology, the same volume of raw materials can be cut out more heat dissipation area, the heat transfer performance is more stable, in the same condition,the cooling performance is more than 1.5~2 times of the efficiency of traditional bonded fin or soldering heat sink, thus greatly improve heat dissipation efficiency and extend the service life of heating components.

Skived fin heat sink has the following advantages:

(1) Perfect conductivity between base and fins. Because skived fin heat sink is a whole profile without any connection point, which can give full play to the heat dissipation characteristics of the heat sink. 

(2) High fin densitie, Lori's skived fin process can make the skived fin more thinner and denser, with higher heat transfer efficiency. 

(3) Great forced airflow solution, the skived fin processing technology is simpler than other liquid cooled heat sink, with lighter weight and lower cost. 

(4) Compared with aluminum extrusion and other processes, skived heatsink is less limited in size and can be made wider, which can be used for heat transfer of machines with large power.

(5) Customized skived fin heat sink does not need expensive tooling which provides greater design flexibility. Instead, each skived fin is cut separately using the same tool which allows for lower tooling costs.

(6) Add a thermal interface material to the skvied fin heatsinks to better connect with your heat source and complete your thermal solution.

Skived fin heat sink are mainly suitable for industries with high thermal density and high power dissipation requirements, which are widely used in power, medical, communication, industrial control and server industries. With the large-scale applications, Winshare's skived fins technique becomes more mature and the coverage of this technique has been increased. With the gradual enhancement of the degree of automation, we demonstrate the apparent advantage from the aspects of cost and reliability. We have received the endorsement from various domestic and overseas customers.