2021-02-25 BEST

6L Rigid & Flex PCB, Total Thickness 1.0mm

FPC stands for Flexible Printed Circuit which is made of polyimide or polyester film.

FPC, or Flexible Printed Circuit, is a versatile electronic interconnect technology that has gained popularity due to its flexibility, light weight, and compactness. FPCs are made of polyimide or polyester film, which are flexible and can be easily bent or twisted. They come in various shapes, including square, rectangle, oblong, and more, making them suitable for a wide range of applications.

At Best Technology, we understand the importance of providing our customers with the most suitable products and services. That's why we offer a wide variety of FPCs to meet your specific needs. Our 6L Rigid & Flex PCB is a great example of our commitment to quality and innovation.

6L Rigid & Flex PCB, Total Thickness 1.0mm

One of the standout features of our 6L Rigid & Flex PCB is its thinness. With a total thickness of only 1.0mm and a copper thickness of just 0.5OZ, it is one of the thinnest rigid and flex PCBs available. This thinness makes it ideal for applications where space is limited, and weight is a concern.

Picture: 6L Rigid & Flex PCB

For giving you more information about this product, we have summarized its features as following:

1.The thickness of copper is just 0.5OZ. Compared with other Rigid & Flex PCBs, its total thickness is thinner, only 1.0mm.

2. People who know the PCB well should know that the Tg of general boards is more than 130 degrees. Medium Tg is higher 150 degrees and the high-Tg generally over 170 degrees. If the Tg of the substrate is increased, the printed board will be more resistant to heat, moisture, chemical, and get more stable.

3.The solder mask on this 6L Rigid & Flex PCB is blue, not the usual color--green.

The specifications:


The surface finishing: ENIG

Solder mask: blue

The total thickness: 1.0mm

Tg: 170 degrees

The thickness of copper: 0.5OZ

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