FLEXIBLE PRINTED ELECTRONICS

Economical. Innovative. Customized.

When it comes to product innovation, the smallest components can have a big impact on your success. That’s why at Tapecon, we keep you on the cutting-edge of development with high-quality flexible printed electronics.
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What are flexible printed electronics?

The next generation of printed circuit boards, flexible printed electronics are a method for building electronic circuits on pliable materials. This application technology opens the door for new form factors, functionality, and product innovation. And the best part? Flexible printed electronics are cost-efficient with the ability to produce at high volumes.

Combining engineered materials with a variety of processing techniques, Tapecon has everything you need to develop flexible printed electronics for your next product.

Uses for Flexible Printed Electronics

Electronic printing is used in a wide range of products and provides opportunities for new, forward-thinking designs.

Flexible printed sensors

Flexible and hybrid electronics

Electronic skin patches

Patches that attach to the skin and incorporate printed electronic functionality.

Connected smart labels (RFID, NFC)

Wireless transmit data for industries such as retail, medical, transportation, manufacturing, and more.

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Quality parts from qualified people

At Tapecon, we do not take a one-size-fits-all approach to flexible printed electronics. We work closely with your team to understand your design challenges. From there, we can make recommendations to optimize your application. Your flexible printed electronics components are then manufactured in our ISO-certified facility located in the USA.

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Built to suit

With our extensive capabilities and 100+ years of experience, Tapecon is ready to accommodate nearly any custom flexible printed electronics request. If you can dream it, odds are we can help you build it.

Our Process Capabilities Include:

  • Printing conductive and insulative inks
  • Laminating
  • Die-cutting
  • Precision slitting
  • Custom assembly
  • Testing

Related Applications and Services

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

Let’s get started.

To learn more about flexible printed electronics, 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.

What Our Clients Say

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