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Flex PCB Assembly, Flexible Printed Circuit Boards Assembly

As the demand for medical equipment continues to rise, the availability of flexible printed circuit boards continues to increase. These PCBs are used in a wide range of industries, from medical devices to automotive applications. Jamindo is a trusted flex PCB manufacturer that delivers quality and competitive prices to our customers. We offer quick turn flex PCB assembly services and also provide 24/7 support if you need help with your next project.
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How We Provide Flexible PCB Assembly Service

Equipped with the latest manufacturing equipment and software for designing both flex and rigid-flex PCBs, our production team has combined experience of over 10 years. Our engineers will work with you one-on-one to make sure your design is perfect before fabrication begins. We also offer flexible PCB assembly services if you need help with your next project. Our turnaround time depends on the complexity of the project but we always make sure to keep you in the loop regarding the progress of your order. We are very competitive with our pricing and provide a wide range of flexible PCB assembly services.
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Flexible PCB Manufacturing Process

Step 1​

Material Preparation

Our experts at Jamindo will begin the manufacturing process by preparing all the necessary materials. This includes PCB laminate, copper foil, and any other required materials.
Step 2

Circuit Pattern Exposure

After the materials have been prepared, a circuit pattern will be created on the PCB laminate. This is done by first creating a negative image of the circuit pattern on a photo tool. Then, the photo tool is used to expose the circuit pattern onto the laminate.
Step 3

Etch Process

Circuit patterns are then chemically etched using specialized thin-core process tools. This process removes any exposed copper that is not part of the circuit pattern.
Step 4

Drilling Process

The drilling process creates a small yet precise pattern in production panels that are later used in the circuit board.
Step 5

Copper Plating Process

After the drilling process is complete, a thin layer of copper is deposited on all exposed areas of the PCB laminate. This adds strength and durability to the circuit board.
Step 6

Coverlay Application

Polyimide coverlays are applied to the circuit board in order to protect the circuitry from harsh environments.
Step 7

Coverlay Lamination

After applying the coverlay, a lamination process is used to bond the coverlay to the circuit board. This ensures that the coverlay will stay in place and not peel off over time.
Step 8

Stiffener Application

Additional stiffeners are then added to the circuit board if needed. This is often done for circuit boards that will be used in harsh environments or for high-density applications.
Step 9

Electrical Test

Once the manufacturing process is complete, the circuit board will undergo an electrical test. This test checks for any shorts or open circuits that may have occurred during manufacturing.
Step 10

Final Fabrication

After the electrical test is complete, the circuit board is then cut to size and any final fabrication steps are taken. This includes adding solder masks or silkscreens. The circuit board is then ready for assembly.

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Flex PCBA Product Applications

Imaging Equipment

In this application, the PCBA is used as the image sensor of a digital camera. The PCBA is placed on the tip of a fibre-optic cable and aligned with a light source such as a laser or an LED. The image sensor converts the light source into electrical signals that are processed by the host computer and displayed on the screen.

Drug Delivery Systems

Flex PCBA in drug delivery systems is used for the administration of drugs and other medications. In this application, the PCBA is placed in a syringe or needle that delivers the drug to a patient through subcutaneous injection.


Pacemakers are devices implanted in patients' chests that provide electrical impulses to control abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias), such as those caused by heart attacks (myocardial infarctions). The PCBA is used as part of this device because it detects arrhythmia episodes and sends signals to pace the heart when needed by increasing its beat rate.

Cochlear Implants

In the medical field, cochlear implants are used to restore hearing to those who have lost it. The implant is a small device that is inserted into the inner ear, where it picks up sound and sends it to a receiver worn behind the ear. The receiver then transmits these signals to the brain.

Wireless Controllers

Wireless controllers in the medical field are used in diagnostic equipment, such as electrocardiograms (EKG) and electromyography (EMG) machines. By incorporating flex PCBAs into their designs, medical equipment manufacturers can create wireless devices that are safe and easy to use.

Handheld Monitors

Just like in general consumer electronics, wireless handheld monitors are becoming more and more common in the medical field. These devices allow doctors to monitor vital signs such as blood pressure and heart rate without being tethered to a computer or wall outlet.

Trusted Data for Flex PCB

Compared to rigid flex PCB, a flex PCBA requires raw materials which make them much more expensive to produce. However, the flexibility of a flex circuit can make it ideal for certain applications. Because of this, many companies are looking at ways to cut costs without sacrificing quality. At Jamindo, we’re able to deliver high-quality flex PCBA at competitive prices. We work with our customers from the design phase through manufacturing, ensuring that every component meets their specifications. Contact us for a quote for your next project!

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Flex PCB assembly requires a different approach than traditional circuit board fabrication and assembly. We have the experience and expertise to handle your complex flex printed circuit board projects from start to finish, including Design for manufacturability (DFM), Material procurement, Prototype fabrication, Volume production, and Final assembly and testing.
Latest Manufacturing Equipment and Technologies

We utilize the latest in flex printed circuit board technologies and manufacturing equipment to ensure that your boards are fabricated and assembled to the highest standards.

Competitive Pricing

Jamindo has the flex printed circuit board capabilities and capacity to handle large volume projects at a competitive price. So whether you need a few hundred prototypes or several million units, we can deliver the quality and price that you need.

ISO Certified

Jamindo is ISO 9001:2008 certified and all our processes are compliant with the latest IPC standards. That means you can be confident that your flex printed circuit boards will meet or exceed your expectations.

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FAQs of Flex Circuit Board Assembly Business

Flex PCB or FPCB is a patterned arrangement of flexible copper traces and insulating layers. It is mainly used in the area of flexible or bendable electronics like wearable devices, medical implants, sensors etc. The most common types of flex PCBs are: rigid-flex, single-sided flexible and double-sided flexible.
Compared to traditional PCBs, flex PCBs are made of different materials and have different processes. The main components of the board are copper foil or prepregs (a thin layer of polyimide film on top of a copper sheet), adhesive, protective layers and an insulating substrate. After the design is complete, it is sent to a manufacturer who will produce your boards using flex PCB equipment designed specifically for this type of work.
FAS or flexible assembly is a fully integrated flexible circuit manufacturing process that allows you to create complex PCBs without the need for rigid PCB equipment. FAS is a form of surface-mount technology that uses small, thin pieces of plastic and copper foil laminate (prepreg) to build electronic devices such as antennas and sensors.
Since raw materials for flex PCBs are more expensive than for rigid PCBs, the price of manufacturing a flex PCB is higher. The price also increases when you add additional layers of copper to your design. In addition, the cost of equipment used in a flex assembly line can be costly since this type of equipment requires specialized training and experience.
The main conductor material of flex PCBs is copper. The thickness of copper foil used in flex PCB production varies from 1 oz to 10 oz, depending on the manufacturer and type of product. Flex boards are often made with FR-4 glass epoxy materials as well.
Compared to rigid PCBs, flex PCBs are more expensive to manufacture. They require more expensive equipment and materials.
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