Rigid-Flex Boards - What You Need To Know

Rigid-Flex Boards - What You Need To Know

Abstract

Rigid-Flex boards are composed of a combination of rigid and flexible circuit boards that are permanently connected to one another. The proper application of Rigid-Flex circuit boards offers optimum solutions for difficult, limited space conditions. 

 

Content

1. What are Rigid-Flex Boards?

2. WellPCB Manufacturing

3. Our Products Display

 

1. What are Rigid-Flex Boards

 

Once the design is completed, it is issued to a factory that can produce flexible and rigid bonded boards. After review by CAM engineers process and plan the related documents, the FPC and PCB production lines are engaged. These two boards are flex and hard.  Once produced, according to the electronic engineer's planning requirements, the FPC and the PCB are seamlessly pressed together in the press machine, and then through a series of specific steps, the flexible and rigid bonded board are finally made. These steps are critical to fully achieve the board requirements and a full inspection is performed.

 

2.WellPCB Manufacturing

 

We have already completed R&D for 1-4 layers flex and rigid-flex board and passed the qualification tests. We can accept, after review, some specific requirements for rigid-flex boards. Our R&D is continuously investing to innovate further high-tech products.

 

For our flex and rigid-flex products, we offer a variety of cost-effective solutions and capabilities ranging from single or double-sided circuitry to higher technology multilayer designs up to 6 layers.

 

From selecting the best functional configuration for choosing the proper connectors or components, we will strive to meet or exceed all of your application's requirements.

 

3.Our Products Display

 

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