Electronics Forum | Fri May 18 23:48:02 EDT 2012 | mspcb
Hi, Since you're looking information about flexible printed circuits,a book entitled "Printed Circuit Boards R. S. Khandpur" could give you lot of information about flex circuits from Design, Fabrication, and Assembly Phase. The book contains compr
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 20 07:09:03 EST 1999 | Christopher Lampron
Ron, The simplest way to process fexible PCB's that I have found is to use a process carrier fixture. There are companies that manufacture process carriers that are capable of holding flex through stencil, placement and reflow. The carriers are capab
Electronics Forum | Mon May 21 10:25:16 EDT 2012 | swag
Ask for board fiducials if you're running arrays. Global fids on the panel do not work well. One handy product we use on flex is "Tacsil". Works well on SMT pallets as well as router operation. It's double sticky stuff that helps hold on to the P
Electronics Forum | Mon Dec 20 19:09:54 EST 1999 | Chris
If your flex circuit is only populated on one side, you can have the PCB vendor palletize the flex for you. What you do is have the flex circuit laminated to 062" FR4 using a thermoset adhesive like Dupont WA. Standard flex circuit adhesive. Howev
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 28 22:58:30 EST 2006 | davef
If this is same TennRich Type B [ http://www.tennrich.com/trtw/TR_PI_Prod_Info.php?pid=2 ] that is an EMI gasket, it needs to be glued with a conductive adhesive. It has the same thermal capability as a Snickers Bar, about 90*C top end.
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 28 16:17:23 EST 2006 | joey_dragon
Good tidings, all. I am looking for a machine that will allow us to mount a flat flexible strip (such as TennRich's B.Type) to a row of pads on a PCB. I have not much knowledge about the process, I guess I expect to see a machine with some hot bar.
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 29 08:14:19 EST 2006 | joey_dragon
Thank you for the quick reply! Actually, the "type B" I referred to applies to a flex cable that can be found in this page: http://www.tennrich.com/trtw/cabling_3.php It is a reverse Engineering project and, from what I can see, there is, indeed,
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