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A rigid flex PCB is a type of printed circuit board that combines both rigid and flexible circuitry into a single board. This type of PCB is used in applications where a combination of both rigid and flexible circuitry is required, such as in aerospace, medical devices, and military applications.

The rigid part of the board is made of a solid material, such as FR4, while the flexible part is made of a thin, flexible material, such as polyimide. The two parts are connected by plated through-holes or by a combination of adhesive and copper traces.


Rigid flex PCBs offer several advantages over traditional PCBs, including reduced size and weight, increased reliability, and improved signal integrity. They also allow for more complex designs and greater flexibility in product development.

However, rigid flex PCBs are more expensive than traditional PCBs and require specialized manufacturing processes. They also require careful design and layout to ensure proper functionality and reliability.


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