All Flex Partners with Minnesota Wire for Stretch Flex Technology


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All Flex is proud to assist Minnesota Wire with several new exciting technologies expanding their iSTRETCH product line using innovative stretch flex technology. Paul J. Wagner, chairman/CEO of Minnesota Wire, plans to attend the CES 2019 in Las Vegas this week to present these new products.

iSTRETCH cable is an elastomeric wire that stretches up to 40% without losing conductivity. Wrap an All Flex Maxi Flex circuit around Minnesota Wire’s patented iSTRETCH, add motion sensors and experience a complete revolution. No need for multiple circuits spaced at intervals. No breaks because of over-flexing. No longer just up, down, left and right. Double down on motion, stretch your flex, bend at will, and experience the freedom of full range of motion. The Maxi Flex circuits can be adapted to accommodate most sensors including accelerometers, thermistors etc. Thus, the sensors are housed in the cable.

Both All Flex and Minnesota Wire are Minnesota-based companies that work with the medical, defense, aerospace, and commercial markets.

Minnesota Wire will have product samples and literature available in booth #40731—Sands Level 2.

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