PCB

Printed circuit boards are integral part of simple to very complex systems. With our highly capable partners we're able to provide very small to huge amounts without any performance issues.
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Reel to Reel

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Reel to Reel is a manufacturing process for mass production of flexible circuits. The raw material is uncoiled off a reel and goes through all steps uncut. Eventually the foil material is being recoiled and cut.

Reel2Reel PCBs offer low weight and manufacturing costs compared to rigid PCBs.
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Rigid-Flex

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Rigid-Flex-PCBs are hybrid constructions composed of rigid and flexible support materials that are assembled to a single structure. Rigid-flex-technologies are recommended for mobile devices. Example applications are: GPS- and radar equipment, electronic utility vehicle controls, testing instruments, switches and many more.
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Semi-Flex

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Semi-Flex-PCBs are used if static bending is needed. It is also a cheaper alternative to rigid-flex PCBs. Semi-Flex applications are particularly useful if plugs and connection elements can't be used due to room issues. Semi-Flex PCBs are less expensive than Flex- and Multilayer-PCBs.
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Multilayer

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Multilayer-Boards are PCBs with more than 2 through-plated layers. Usually the number of multilayers lies between 4 and 24, however we have the possibilities to manufacture PCBs with up to 68 layers.
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IMS

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IMS (Insulated Metal Substrate) Boards use aluminium instead of the usual carrier material for the copper.

Aluminium-core PCBs are used when heat has to be discharged. High-Power-LEDs are the most known example. Other applications such as controls, power converters, etc. are equipped with IMS PCBs.


CIPSA is one of our leading partners for IMS PCBs.

See following link for a example layout:

CIPSA Technical Drawing: Link
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