Rigid-flex printed circuit boards (PCBs) integrate rigid and flexible PCB technologies into a single hybrid package. The rigid sections provide structural integrity for components and connectors, while the flexible sections allow for bending during the installation process or continuous flexing applications.
In this guide, we discuss the main cost drivers in rigid-flex PCB fabrication, as well as ways to minimize these costs by optimizing your board design.
While rigid-flex PCBs are generally more expensive to manufacture than their conventional rigid counterparts, there are several valuable cost-saving measures that can be implemented during the design process to lower the final board cost.
Download the guide today to learn about rigid-flex PCB cost factors and how to streamline them!