|Material::||Rigid Flex PCB||Drawing File Format:||Gerber File|
|No Of Layers::||8 Layer||Solder Mask Colour::||Green|
|Surface Technics::||Immersion Gold||Copper Thickness:||1/1/1/1/1/1/1/1 OZ|
8 Layer Rigid Flex PCB,
Gerber File Rigid Flex PCB,
1.6 MM PCB Printed Circuit
Rigid Flex Printed Circuit Board 8 Layer 1.6 MM Board Thickness
1 Rigid flexible pcb, FR4 and polymide material laminated together.
2 10 Layer pcb, L1&L8 are rigid layers. L2-L7 are flexible layers.
3 Finished pcb board size is 1.6mm.
4 Copper thickness is 1/1/1/1/1/1/1/1 OZ.
5 Min hole size is 0.2mm.
6 Min line space and width is 4/4mil.
7 Surface treatment is immersion gold 1u'.
8 The production cost will be higher than normal multilayer pcb and lead time will also be longer.
1 All dimensions are in MM.
2 Fabricate per IPC-6012A Class2.
3.1 Dielectric: FR4 Per IPC or equivalent
3.2 Min Tg: 170DEG
3.3 Copper: As per stack up
3.4 UL Rating: 94V0 Minimum
4 Surface finish: ENIG
5 Solder mask material should meet all requirement of the IPC-SM-840E and shall be green in color and applied over bare copper. Vendor may edit solder mask and paste mask as needed.
6 Editing of existing copper layers shall require customer approval.
7 Silkscreen legend to be applied per layer stackup using white non-conductitive epoxy ink.
8 100% continuity testing using database netlist shall be performed.Vendor to identify test passed in secondary side.
9 Vendor to mark date code and logo in legend secondary side.
10 Bow and twist shall not exceed 1.0% of longest side.
11 Vendor to provide panel drawing for customer approval before production
Q1:What is a Rigid-Flex PCB?
A1: A Rigid-Flex PCB is a hybrid board that consists of a combination of rigid and flexible printed circuit boards. These boards are designed by combining flexible circuit boards with one or more rigid boards.
The flexible part of the board is usually used for providing interconnections between rigid boards, which allows narrow conductor lines which take up less space making the boards smaller. Using flexible PCBs for interconnections also eliminates the need for connectors, which are bulky and heavy making rigid-flex printed circuit boards much lighter. Interconnections using flexible PCBs over connectors also provide lower losses and accommodate controlled impedance and eliminate connection problems such as cold joints.
Another major advantage of Rigid-Flex boards is the use of different substrate materials in different sections on the board. Some sections of the board might require high performance substrates which are expensive while others sections might not could use a standard FR-4 substrate. This flexibility in terms of substrate selection can optimize the performance and cost of Rigid-Flex PCBs.
Designers often use Rigid-Flex PCBs as they provide a lot of design flexibility. These boards are also more cost effective than flexible PCB boards.