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.Learn More About This Industry
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.Learn More About This Industry
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.Learn More About This Industry
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.Learn More About This Industry
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 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.
FR4 Rigid Boards vs. Rigid-Flex Boards: What Are the Differences?by Anna, April 5, 2021
Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are a key component of many electronic devices and systems. They come in many variations, including in regard to design, material, and more to suit the requirements of different industrial applications. Among these variations are FR4-based boards, as well as rigid-flex PCBs. The following blog post overviews the differences between PCBs […]Read More
Understanding the Rigid Flex PCB Prototyping Processby Printed Circuits, December 15, 2020
Rigid flex printed circuit boards (PCBs) feature a hybrid circuit board design that combines the malleability of flexible circuits with the rigidity of hardboards. The resulting component is hard at some points and flexible at others, which allows it to be folded or flexed as needed to fit the electronic configuration. Rigid flex PCBs are […]Read More
What is UL 94 V-0 Certification and Why is it Advantageous for Rigid Flex PCBs?by Printed Circuits, October 19, 2020
Rigid-flex printed circuit boards (PCBs) combine ideal design elements of both rigid and flexible circuits into a single, versatile electronic package. Their hybrid design allows them to be folded or bent to fit confined or irregularly-shaped spaces while still maintaining rigidity in areas that require more support. Due to the mission-critical nature of the applications […]Read More