Rigid Flexible Circuits vs. Flat Flexible Circuits

Rigid Flexible Circuits vs. Flat Flexible Circuits

If you are designing a product or device that requires flexible circuits, you’ll need to decide what type of circuit is best suited for your project’s needs. You might not realize that there are many different forms of flex circuits. For example, there are rigid flexible circuits and flat flexible circuits.

The difference in these types of circuits has to do with their functionality and the materials that make them up. The biggest benefits of rigid flexible circuits are their high reliability and the variable design options they offer.

Flat flexible circuits can be folded into almost any shape imaginable. They are smaller and more flexible than rigid flexible circuits and can help you keep your product small and lightweight. Well-designed flexible circuits can still offer good durability and handle a surprising amount of density.

You don’t have to determine whether your product should include rigid flexible circuits or flat flexible circuits. Give us a call at GC Aero Flexible Circuitry, Inc., and we’ll help you determine the best circuitry for your project.