4 Layer Flex PCB

Jamindo is a skilled PCB manufacturer and PCB assembly provider in the industry. We can offer you a one-stop solution. We have over 10 years of experience making 4-layer flex PCBs.

Why Choose Jamindo 4 Layer Flex PCB

Flexible printed circuit boards (Flex PCBs) are now widely employed in electronics. Jamindo, one of the leading producers of flexible circuit boards, offers your project four layers of flex PCBs. We can provide a complete comprehensive solution for your project. All processes are performed in-house and not outsourced from rigid-flex PCB design and layout through PCB fabrication and assembly.

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About Jamindo Flexible PCB Board Application

4-layer flex PCBs have several uses spanning from medicine to aerospace to electronics. Let us explain the application to show you how and where 4-layer flex PCBs are utilized.

Consumer Electronics

Automotive

Medical

Aerospace and Defense

Industrial

Jamindo for Flex PCB of Your Business

Do you need a reliable four-layer flex PCB supplier? Jamindo is the perfect option for you. We can give a one-stop solution for your project. The manufacturing procedure for a four-layer flex PCB assembly differs from that of 4 layers rigid flex PCB.

These printed circuit boards are built of polyimide rather than FR4 and contain four conducting layers. A thermally stable polymer, polyimide can endure tremendous heat when employed in high-temperature applications.

Dynamic, flexible circuit boards are intended to be flexed regularly. These circuit boards are commonly used in printers, flip-type cell phones, robotics, and other devices. Flexible circuit boards are widely utilized in applications that need extraordinary precision and consistent flexing.

The number of flex circuit layers might range from 1-6. Because of their thickness, designs with more than three layers will have restricted bend capabilities. All architectures can use both plated through holes (PTH) and surface mount technology (SMT) components for connection or functional designs.