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Flexible PCB

Flexible printed circuit boards get the name from the ability to be bent in a working application. This is called dynamic flex. Other flexible design is Intended to be folded to be able to fit a very narrow space in the final assembly.

What is flexible PCB?

Flexible printed circuit boards (also variously referred to as flex circuits, flexible printed circuit boards, flex print, or Flexi-circuits) are electronic and interconnection family members. They consist of a thin insulating polyimide (PI) film, having conductive circuit patterns affixed thereto and typically supplied with a thin polyimide coating to protect the conductor circuits.

Flex PCBs provide more excellent options for designers and engineers when assembling electronic circuits. The flexibility opens them up to use in a wide range of applications.

The technology has been used for interconnecting electronic devices since the 1950s in one form or another. It is now one of the most important interconnection technologies in use to manufacture many of today’s most advanced electronic products.

More historical reading about Flex can be found in our blog post here.

What are the advantages of flexible PCBs?

  • Conserving space. Flexible PCB boards take up around 10% of the space and weight of traditional circuit board assemblies, allowing for more installation, tighter bends, and packaging flexibility.
  • Increased Capabilities. The flexible printed circuit boards can be used with almost any connector or component, and they function well with ZIP connectors. They also perform exceptionally well at severe temperatures and have superior radiation and chemical resistance.
  • Have higher signal integrity and lower Dk (Epsilon) than ordinary glass-fibre laminates. Can with advantage be impedance controlled.
  • Heat endurance and durability. Flexible PCBs are frequently built of polyimide or a comparable polymer. Most rigid circuit board materials do not disperse heat as well as this material. As a result, flexible circuits can be used in difficult areas where a rigid circuit board’s performance would be compromised by heat. Flexible printed circuit boards may be built to resist high temperatures ranging from -200° C to 400° C, which is why they are so popular in the oil and gas industry for borehole measurements.




Number of Layers

1-8 layer

Build Time

3-5 days

Polyimide base material

Polyimide, PET, polyester -Flex

FPC Thickness

0.08-0.4 mm

Min Track/Spacing

>=0.06 mm

Min Hole Size (diameter)

>=0.35 mm

Coverlay (Flex Part)

Yellow Coverlay, White Coverlay, Black Coverlay

Silkscreen Color

White, Black

Surface Finish

Immersion gold, OSP, Immersion silver, Immersioni Tin

Finished Copper


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Feature Capability
Number of Layers 1-8 layer
Build Time 3-5days
Polyimide base material Polyimide, PET, polyester -Flex
FPC Thickness 0.08-0.4mm
Min Track/Spacing >=0.06mm
Min Hole Size (diameter) >=0.35mm
Coverlay(Flex Part) Yellow Coverlay,White Coverlay,Black Coverlay
Silkscreen Color White,Black
Surface Finish Immersion gold,OSP,Immersion silver,Immersioni Tin
Finished Copper 0.5-2oz

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