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Manufacturing Heat SInk

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I need some help with heat sink's. There is a company in Toronto called Bayview Metals who provides precision metal parts. I am planning to begin sales of heat sink's in my computer hardware store.  I am mainly concerned about the materials that will be used. I know that thermal conductivity is one key factor that effects the efficiency. I want to know what can be done ensure that the heat sink's performs well. I read a lot of blogs here and there. I am still confused. Can someone help? 

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Aluminum is the most popular, and the more surface area to dissipate heat the better.

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