Industries Served: Medical
Today’s medical devices need to be smaller than ever. To meet this demand for miniaturization, medtech manufacturers need to package their electronics so that they can fit within a small form factor.See More
Industries Served: Aerospace
As advances in aerospace technology lead to better and more capable planes, helicopters, missiles and unmanned flight vehicles, aerospace electronics systems are exposed to unprecedented levels of vibration and shock.See More
Industries Served: Military
Because they can withstand repeated shock and vibration, rigid flex circuits have long been used in military applications. Recent technological advances in unmanned vehicles, weapons systems, camera systems have only driven further growth in rigid flex applications in the military sector.See More
Industries Served: Industrial and Commerical
Commercial and industrial electronics can be subject to high vibration and shock environments. To strengthen the performance and improve the reliability of their products, many electronic manufacturers now rely on rigid flex printed circuits to connect circuit boards and components.See More
Rigid Flex circuits give you a unique tool to bring your innovative packaging ideas to market, and to separate your products from the crowd. Rigid Flex gives you the ability to design your circuitry to fit the device, rather than building the device to fit the circuit board.
Printed Circuits boards are used in military, aerospace, and medical applications, where there’s no option for failure. We are certified to Mil-PRF-31032, Mil-P-50884, and ISO 9001 : 2015. The reliability of our technology is built into your product.
Rigid Flex circuits are designed for the rigors of aerospace, medical and military applications, for the ultimate reliability. Flex assemblies also reduce connectors, and the labor, yield, transmission, and reliability issues that are inherent in their application.
The Differences Between Rigid, Flex, and Rigid-Flex Printed Circuit Boardsby Bob Burns, September 10, 2019
Printed circuit boards (PCBs) connect electrical components together using discrete wiring, resulting in a complete and functional unit. PCBs can be as simple as one or two layers of copper circuits, but are far more likely to have many layers of circuitry. The layers are necessary for the designer to “route” all of the circuits between […]Read More
How to Choose the Right Rigid Flex PCB Manufacturerby Bob Burns, August 27, 2019
How you package your electronic device is one of the more critical decisions you can make as a designer. There are times when a conventional hardboard is the best, most robust solution at the lowest possible cost. Then there are times when a flexible circuit will provide you with greater creative control in your design […]Read More