Flex circuit with immersion surface 1oz copper 2 layer pcb used in computer keyboard
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Knowledge of Flex PCB：
Flex circuits are often used as connectors in various applications where flexibility, space savings, or production constraints limit the serviceability of rigid circuit boards or hand wiring. A common application of flex circuits is in computer keyboards; most keyboards use flex circuits for the switch matrix.
In LCD fabrication, glass is used as a substrate. If thin flexible plastic or metal foil is used as the substrate instead, the entire system can be flexible, as the film deposited on top of the substrate is usually very thin, on the order of a few micrometres.
Organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) are normally used instead of a back-light for flexible displays, making a flexible organic light-emitting diode display.
Most flexible circuits are passive wiring structures that are used to interconnect electronic components such as integrated circuits, resistors, capacitors and the like, however some are used only for making interconnections between other electronic assemblies either directly or by means of connectors.
In the automotive field, flexible circuits are used in instrument panels, under-hood controls, circuits to be concealed within the headliner of the cabin, and in ABS systems. In computer peripherals flexible circuits are used on the moving print head of printers, and to connect signals to the moving arm carrying the read/write heads of disk drives. Consumer electronics devices make use of flexible circuits in cameras, personal entertainment devices, calculators, or exercise monitors.
Flexible circuits are found in industrial and medical devices where many interconnections are required in a compact package. Cellular telephones are another widespread example of flexible circuits.
Flexible solar cells have been developed for powering satellites. These cells are lightweight, can be rolled up for launch, and are easily deployable, making them a good match for the application. They can also be sewn into backpacks or outerwear.
Q1:What service do you have?
SKTECH: We provide turnkey solution including RD, PCB fabrication, SMT, plastic injection & metal, final assembly,testing and other value-added service.
Q2:What are the main products of your PCB/PCBA services?
SKTECH: Our PCB/PCBA services are mainly for the industries including Medical, Automotive, Energy, Metering/Measurements, Consumer Electronics.
Q3:Can we inspect quality during production?
SKTECH: Yes, we are open and transparent on each production process with nothing to hide. We welcome customer inspect our production process and check in house.
Q4:How can we ensure our information should not let third party to see our design?
SKTECH: We are willing to sign NDA effect by customer side local law and promising to keep customers data in high confidential level.
Q5:What files required to get quotation from you?
SKTECH: For PCB quotation, please provide the Gerber data/files and indication of related technical requirements as well as any special requirement if you have.
For PCBA quotation, please provide Gerber data/ files and also BOM (bill of materials), and if you need us to do function test, please also provide the test instruction/procedure.
Q6:What is standard delivery term?
SKTECH: Delivery terms of EXW, FCA, FOB, DDU etc. are all available based on each quote.
Q7:How long does it take for PCB quote?
SKTECH: Normally 24 hours to 48 hours as soon as receive internal engineer evaluate confirmation.
Q8:Do you have any minimum order quantity (MOQ) requirement?
SKTECH: No, we do not have MOQ requirement, we can support your projects starting from prototypes to mass productions.