All Flex Offers Free Flexible Circuit Design Course

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All Flex Flexible Circuits announces the addition of an online design course for designing flexible circuitry. It allows prospective customers, designers, or engineers an opportunity to self-educate about flexible circuits.

All Flex Flexible Circuits announces the addition of an online design course, “Designing Flexible Circuits”, authored by John Michael Pierobon, an electronics industry expert and writer who has also taught numerous technical courses throughout the world.

All Flex is sponsoring this on-line course for the design and engineering community as a means to increase knowledge regarding the proper use of flexible circuit technology. The course material is divided into several chapters of solid technical information about flexible circuit materials, constructions and design layout conventions. It allows prospective customers, designers, or engineers an opportunity to self-educate about flexible circuits.

"Flexible circuits have many design and material nuances vs. our rigid board friends, and this is an easy way to help others understand how and when to utilize the technology. We are confident the content offers the novice a good starting point, but also provides a reference resource for an experienced designer," says Dave Becker, All Flex V.P. of Sales and Marketing

Becker believes a more educated design community will provoke the engineering creativity often seen through the adoption of this 3D electronic interconnection. The course is a useful and free way to learn more about our product technology. To learn more visit: http://www.allflexinc.com

About All Flex Flexible Circuits & Heaters:

All Flex is a privately held company specializing in quick-turn and low to medium volume production runs of flexible printed circuits and custom and stock heater circuits. For over 20 years All Flex has been producing flexible circuits and providing component assembly for the medical, military, aerospace, automotive, instrumentation, and various industrial markets. All Flex manufacturing headquarters are in Northfield, Minnesota with a second facility just north in Bloomington, MN.

To learn more about All Flex Flexible Circuits & Heaters visit:

http://www.ALLFLEXINC.COM

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