The January 2019 Edition of FLEX007 Magazine Now Available

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This month, in the January edition of Flex007 Magazine, the subject is thinking and designing in three dimensions.

Designing a flex circuit on a flat plane is one thing but conceptualizing and realizing its final three-dimensional configuration can be challenging. Contributing authors offer plenty of help and advice in this issue, and our columnists, as always, provide their perspective on a wide range of flex and rigid-flex subjects.

Read all about it in this latest issue of Flex007 Magazine, now on the virtual newsstand and available for delivery to your e-mailbox each quarter by subscribing here.

Be sure to download the PDF to your personal library for future reference.



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