Matrix to Display Full Line of Flexible Circuit Materials at IPC


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Matrix.jpgMatrix USA will be exhibiting its full line of advanced materials to support the flexible circuit market in North America.

Key products include:

PANASONIC FELIOS – Advanced adhesiveless copper clad flex materials designed to meet the demanding high performance and reliability requirements for avionic, commercial, industrial and consumer markets. Panasonic offers the largest selection of both thin and thick copper foil and polyimide film constructions in the market. Product offered in panels and rolls.

MATRIX PLUS AND PLUS FR – Full line of cover lay, bond-ply, and bond adhesives to enhance the performance of single and double sided, multilayer and rigid-flex circuit designs. Made in USA.

SANTA CLARA FLEX CONVERSION CENTER – Completed in 2015 this new flex conversion center offers quick turn conversion of roll flexible circuit materials to custom panel sizes specializing in long panel sizes such a 24” x 60”. This is supported by the region’s largest inventory of standard and specialty flex materials.

Matrix and Panasonic personnel will be available at the IPC/APEX Show in Las Vegas, March 15-17, Booth 247 to discuss the features, benefits, and advantages of these flex materials and the full line Matrix supplied materials and services.

About Matrix USA Inc.

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

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