Electronics Forum | Sun Oct 24 20:55:45 EDT 2004 | christina
Dear Chris Thank you so much for the prompt reply and it really helps. Do you have any SMT experience for rig-flex boards? Can you share with me about the differences with that of rigid boards? Is there any special precaution needed? When you were d
Electronics Forum | Fri Oct 09 23:17:05 EDT 1998 | kallol Chakraborty
| | I need to set a cleanliness limit for our incoming boards. I know that some people use 14-10 microgr. sq. in. But how can I determine what is best for me. | | Can anybody tell me if there's a standard for this. | | Right now we are using an Alph
Electronics Forum | Mon Feb 28 12:56:02 EST 2022 | stephendo
Buy flex rigid boards from a board shop. Seriously I think the time is at the original fabrication of the board. AFAIK, they use sheets of FR4 bond the parts that will remain to the flex and cut away the rest. It would not surprise me if they use a
Electronics Forum | Fri Sep 15 20:29:08 EDT 2006 | John S.
Our designers are working on a product that would require a board to be folded back on itself or joined to a daughter board with connectors. Rigid flex would work, but is too costly. I've seen applications of a rigid board being selectively soldere
Electronics Forum | Tue Mar 03 09:05:52 EST 2015 | bandjwet
We are in need of a small SMT printer able to double sided boards with an emphasis on fast changeover and the ability to have board supports. Our typical lot size is 1-20 pieces of rigid boards with technologies down to 0.5mm pitch and 0201's.
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 19 17:20:17 EST 2008 | davef
We don't know dip a about rigid flex. Flexdude wrote "Hot-Bar Soldering, Attaching Flex Circuits Directly To Rigid Boards" [http://www.flexdude.com/Back%20Issues/FCN11-00A.PDF ]. It may help you get started while waiting for others reply. We have n