Matrix Materials Support Ultra-Long Flexible Circuits Applications


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The market for long flexible printed circuits continues to grow rapidly. The performance and high reliability of flexible circuits over traditional hard wiring and cabling continues to expand into new applications in medical equipment, automotive, aerospace and defense applications. One key challenge for manufacturing ultra-long circuits has been obtaining the custom sized long panels or flexible circuit roll materials needed to fabricate these circuits.

Matrix is pleased to announce that it can support long flexible circuit applications with either copper clad flex materials in roll form or custom made long flex material panel sizes made with the leading Panasonic Felios and Matrix Plus brand of flexible circuit materials. Matrix maintains a wide range of roll materials in stock and can provide custom panels on a quick-turn basis from the flex materials conversion center located in our Santa Clara, California location.

“We are pleased to take a leadership role in supporting this exciting market with a growing list of customers that are using proprietary roll to roll and long circuit manufacturing processes.” stated Bob Berg, Matrix VP of Sales and Marketing.

About Matrix USA Inc.

Committed to the motto, “Quality Products, Dependable People”, Matrix was established in 1977 with the objective of providing quality raw materials to the North American Printed Circuit Board Industry. Matrix has four rapid-response warehouses located throughout the US and Canada that fulfill high quality, fast delivery, and custom orders daily. For further information, click here.

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