ELECTRONICS MATERIALS

Reliable. Conformable. Protective.

Electronic devices are smaller, lighter, and more powerful than ever. But they are not invincible against heat and other elements. Tapecon’s high-quality electronics materials help protect your product, company’s reputation, and the end user. 

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What are electronics materials?

Shielding and absorbing components are used in electronic devices to protect delicate parts from internal or external elements. Without shielding, products can become damaged, malfunctioning, or a safety hazard. 

At Tapecon, we understand the challenge you face incorporating shielding materials into your product. Rest assured, we have the knowhow to design a proper solution, and the cutting-edge tools for fabricating electronics materials to the quality and quantity you need.

Uses for Electronics Materials

You can find our custom shielding materials in products across military, medical, medical device, automotive, and other industries.

Electromagnetic interference

Radio frequency interference

Noise and vibration dampening

Electrical insulation

Temperature management

Fluid protection

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Completely customized

In order to properly protect your device, a one-size-fits-all approach will never do. At Tapecon, we provide tailor-made solutions to your exact specifications. 

Once our team gains a thorough understanding of your shielding and sealing needs, we produce a component using a variety of converting methods, including, precision, slitting, rotary die-cutting, custom precision die-cutting, laminating, and many more.

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Cutting-edge materials

As material experts, we maintain close relationships with industry-leading suppliers and stay educated on the latest technologies. To ensure the highest level of performance and reliability, we recommend the optimal material for your shielding or sealing requirements.

  • Fish Paper Gaskets – Created of electric-grade vulcanized rubber, these unique gaskets are lightweight, easy to form, and temperature resistant. 
  • Formex – The latest generation of flame-retardant sheet material, Formex is ideal when there is a need for electrical insulators and barriers. It also offers a printable surface and excellent dielectric strength.
  • Polyimide – We work with Kapton, which offers a unique combination of electrical, chemical, and mechanical properties with outstanding heat resistance. 
  • Silicon foam – With high resilience, temperature stability, durability, and general inertness, silicone is superior to other foam gasketing and cushion materials.

Related Applications and Services

If your design calls for electronics shielding or sealing, you may also be interested in learning about other ways Tapecon can improve your product.

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To learn more about electronics materials, fill out this short form and a Tapecon representative will follow up with you as quickly as possible. As a fifth-generation family business, we pride ourselves on being trusted manufacturing partners for our clients, and we look forward to working with you.

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