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Posted on Apr 21, 2017
Flex, flexible circuits, and rigid flex are common buzz words that continue to be relevant in today's growing electronics industry– but how much do you really know about the differences between them and when to use each type?
Posted on Jan 31, 2017
Rigid-flex technology lets us create smaller PCBs than ever before. And these PCBs are making our lives better in the form of wearable, mobile, and medical devices. That’s exactly why failure is not an option. The stakes are high when devices are so personal.
Posted on Jul 29, 2016
Why Rigid-Flex? For nearly all applications, customers continue to demand smaller, lighter, and more cost-effective products. Competitive pressures also force designers to bring these new products to market at an ever-increasing rate. Designers can deploy flexible PCB materials (flex/rigid-flex) to meet challenging form-factor requirements, eliminate connectors, and improve performance.
Posted on Jun 20, 2016
Flexible PCBs (flex/rigid-flex) make it possible to create a variety of products that require small form factors and light weight, such as wearable, mobile, military, and medical devices. As flexible PCB fabrication technology has matured in response to demands for smaller, lighter products, new design challenges have emerged. This paper discusses some of the key challenges to address and also introduces a new PCB design approach that enhances productivity through in-design inter-layer checks required to ensure correct-by-construction design.
Posted on May 9, 2016
See how OrCAD 17.2-2016 PCB design software handles the unique challenges associated with rigid-flex designs. New stack-up and cross section capabilities, enhanced rigid flex routing, placement, and even rigid flex DRCs make OrCAD the easy choice for rigid-flex design.

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