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Watch Minco’s New Video FAQ

By Minco Staff

Minco has been around nearly 65 years and as a result, we have encountered a fair number of FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions. Lately we’ve been recording these questions in video form.
View the first six FAQs below, all on the subject of Flex Circuits, narrated by Minco engineers Craig Bachman and John Leschisin.

What is a Flex Circuit?

Is a Flex Circuit more expensive than a ribbon cable or wire harness?

How many times can a Flex Circuit bend?

When should you choose Rigid Flex?

Why would someone choose Polymide vs. FR4 when choosing Rigid Flex materials?

Can someone solder components on a part, after buying it from Minco?

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