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The method of applying epoxy into the connector is another source of variability that can greatly affect the correct amount/volume of epoxy into the connector.

The most common method is the hand syringe and special OD needle size (usually a 19 or 20 Ga needle). This method relies heavily on the operator “touch and repeatability”. The other methods are Pnuematic dispensing or volumetric dispensing machines. All provide some uniformity in volume application and is the preferred method.

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