Flexible Circuit Technology Workshop #5 Tackles Structures, Applications, Materials, and Manufacturing Processes: Think and Plan in Three Dimensions!


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In just 15 minutes, flex expert Joe Fjelstad will teach you about implementing this useful technology into your manufacturing operation.

Joe suggests you start with defining your end-product requirements and understanding cost and product life cycle expectations, as well as end-user needs. He further addresses the many considerations with adopting this useful technology.

Other segments include topics such as flexible circuit designs, principles, and practices, as well as design guidelines for bending, folding, and dynamic movement of flexible circuits.

Don’t miss what technical editor Pete Starkey calls, “An encyclopaedic series!”

Register here to view this segment and the entire workshop free.

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