Flex pcb bending test

Flex PCB bending test is a process of testing the flexibility and durability of a flexible printed circuit board (PCB).
This test is performed to ensure that the flex PCB can withstand repeated bending and twisting without breaking or losing its functionality.

The flex PCB bending test involves bending the PCB to a certain degree and then measuring the resistance and continuity of the circuit.
The test is performed using a specialized machine that applies a controlled amount of force to the PCB,
simulating the bending and twisting that the PCB might experience during its lifetime.

The test is typically performed on a sample of the flex PCB, and the results are compared to the specifications provided by the manufacturer.
If the sample passes the bending test, it is considered suitable for use in applications that require flexibility and durability.

Flex PCB bending test is an important quality control measure that helps ensure the reliability and performance of the flex PCB.
It is commonly used in industries such as aerospace, automotive, medical, and consumer electronics,
where flexible circuits are used in applications that require high reliability and durability.


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