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Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by John Miller, Jul 23, 2004.

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  1. John Miller

    John Miller Guest

    Hello,

    I'm interested in trying some DIY flexible circuits(!) I've searched high
    and low for a supplier of copper-clad polyimide (e.g., Kapton, Pyralux etc)
    but have had no luck. The only places I've found sell 100m reels. I don't
    need much more than a couple of feet! Any suggestions? Also, anyone tried
    this?

    Thanks,

    John.
     
  2. Ask for samples.
     
  3. KevinR

    KevinR Guest

    Go to farnell http://www.farnell.co.uk
    and search for "presens flex" without the quotes would probably
    be best.

    I only noticed this yesterday as I was ordering some new photo resist
    boards and I thought, "Oh look at that, that could be handy"

    It's not particularly cheap, 27.50 UKP for 100mm x 500mm

    There is not a lot of info on Farnell's web site, more in the
    catalogue. It is pretty thin (The pcb, not the catalogue),
    and the catalogue said it was mainly for making up replacement
    flexi cables.
     
  4. John Miller

    John Miller Guest

    Thanks, Kevin.

    Strange that Farnell carry it but Newark don't since they are both part of
    the Premier Farnell company. I scoured Newark's site.....

    John.
     
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