As the circuit densities of modern electronic systems continue to increase dramatically, so too has the popularity of flexible printed circuit boards. With their substrates of polyamides like Kapton or Mylar that enable bending and twisting, this new breed of circuitry affords designers the ability to work with much more surface area within much smaller spaces. Here is the most complete and cohesive guide to this burgeoning field yet published. A one-stop resource for engineers who need practical information on how to successfully design and assemble flexible circuitry, it includes detailed discussion of the relationship between design variations and overall cost.
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Evaluation of the book after 2 years of field use
I wrote Flexible Printed Circuitry as a reference for engineers and purchasing agents--a guide to help them exploit this powerful interconnect technology. It was intended to provide comprehensive information on all aspects of flexible circuitry from design through materials and process to applications. As an instructor in flexible circuit technology for the University of Wisconsin and the IPC I have found Flexible Printed Circuitry to be just what I intended--it's my constant companion and has the answers to most of the questions you might ask.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 1. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070610320
Book Description McGraw-Hill Education, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110070610320