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FPC Manufacturer Explains the Different Types of FPC vs Rigid Pcbs

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What are the different types of the Flex Pcb?

1.Single side of the FPC

After creating a single-panel substrate circuit and adding a film coating layer, it becomes the most basic flexible PCB.

Double side of FPC

Generally, FPC Manufacturer uses a double-sided board substrate. After the double-sided circuit is made, a film coating is added to each surface to become another main PCB.

Air gap in 2 one side of the FPC

Basically, it is combined with 2 flexible PCB side panels, the design without glue and bare space within the joint area. Moreover, it achieves the goal of high winding requirements

Multilayer Flexible PCB 

Generally, it comes with single-sided panel or combination of double-sided panels. Furthermore, Pcb manufacturers make it in the form of three or more layers of the circuit diagram.

Flexible vs Rigid-Flex PCBs: Features and Differences

Flexible and flexible-rigid printed circuit boards made it possible to completely replace ribbon harnesses and flat-type wires. Hence, it eliminates bulky connectors, and creates a reliable connection between rigid electronic components and dogs.

Applying these plates minimizes weight and size characteristics of unit. Moreover, it also optimizes cooling conditions and greatly simplifies installation.

Features of flexible and flex-rigid printed circuit boards

Flexible printed circuit boards

FPC Manufacturer creates it on the basis of a thin, durable base material with a high degree of flexibility – polyimide film or polyethylene terephthalate. Such dielectrics contain SMD components or elements without packages. Due to their flexibility, the boards can take a compact shape, bend or bend. As a result – the possibility of three-dimensional mounting and the ability to bend around the contours of electronic devices enhance.


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