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Friction Stir Welding (FSW)

As a global team, Cooljag is prepared to work with total cooling system providers
to develop components state-side for pilot production and then move into full scale, high-volume production overseas.

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Skived

Cooljag is a renowned manufacturer of cooling devices specialized in the "skiving" technology. Since in the year 2001, Cooljag has ventured and advanced in the field of skiving and has become a leader in mastering .

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Extrusions

CoolJag has a library of extrusions to fit over 90% of today's power electronics. If it's not in our library, we can design and manufacture custom extrusions quickly and cost-effectively. Extrusions are not just for high volume anymore.

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Stacked fin

Stacked heat sinks are formed by using a high pressure to press single fins, multiple fins, and single extrusions together into a stacked heat sink.

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FSW and High Frequency Welding

Friction welding is a solid state joining process which can be used to join a number of different metals. Friction welding achieves 100 per cent metal-to-metal joints, giving parent metal properties.

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CoolJag is uniquely positioned to support the global requirement for micro-cooling components. With over 50% of the worldwide micro-cooling systems
emanating from Taiwan, we are ideally located for development of next generation thermal dissipation solutions.

Cooljag is a renowned manufacturer of high capacity micro-cooling devices


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Cooljag The Best Skived Technology

As a global team, Cooljag is prepared to work with total cooling system providers to develop components state-side for
pilot production and then move into full scale, high-volume production overseas.

  • 0.5 mm the thinnest of fins
  • 0.07 mm thinnest of pitches
  • 100  mm highest of fin heights