Flexible Circuits

 

Flexible printed circuits offer a broad array of physical and electrical interconnect solutions that cannot be achieved with rigid printed circuit board solutions.

A flexible printed circuit board (FPC or FPCB) is a printed circuit board 
having a base material composed of polyester resin or polyimide resin.
The flexible printed circuit 
board can be variously bent and folded
according to the needs of any particular application. 

The basic portion of a flexible printed circuit board is a film, which is
used to support circuits composed of copper pieces. The flexible
printed circuit board has properties of lightness, soft, thinness,
smallness, ductility, flexibility and high wiring density. Accordingly,
the flexible printed circuit board offers design freedom in electronic
equipment, and particularly, saves an amount of a wasted space,
thereby downsizing the equipment. The flexible printed circuit board
is therefore typically applied in tiny products, such as notebook,
mobile phone, personal digital assistant (PDA) and information appliance (IA)

Flexible Circuits

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We can offer:

  • Single or double-sided circuitry, sculptured flex circuit
  • Adhesive-based and adhesiveless constructions                   
  • Surface finishes include anti-tarnish, immersion silver,tin, solder, electroplated nickel/gold, and ENIG
  • Film stiffeners/ Polyimide Stiffeners
  •  EMI shielding
  • Stainless steel stiffeners
  • Aluminum Stiffeners
  • No MOQ/MOV prototype
  • Large format flexible circuit

Flexible Circuits

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Special offer:

  • Sculptured flex pcb
  • Heavy copper flex circuits, copper weight can up to 10 OZ.                                                            
  • Polyimide flexible heaters
  • Kapton polyimide heaters
  • Long flexible circuit boards up to 2100mm                          
  • HDI flex pcb
  • Turnkey flex pcb
  • COB flex pcb
  • Wire bonding flex pcb
  • Quick turn flexible pcb

sculptured flex pcb

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