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1999\02\17@140857 by R. Michael O'Bannon

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I am fabricating a one-of-kind device for research that requires
lightweight flexible circuit board.  Could someone give me a
lead on a source for purchasing small quantities ( one or two
8x12 pieces) of flexible double-sided printed circuit board?
Any help would be appreciated.

R. Michael O'Bannon, Ph.D.
42 Lenox Pointe
Atlanta, GA  30324

404-237-3883
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1999\02\17@165611 by Graeme Smith

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On Wed, 17 Feb 1999, R. Michael O'Bannon wrote:

> I am fabricating a one-of-kind device for research that requires
> lightweight flexible circuit board.  Could someone give me a
> lead on a source for purchasing small quantities ( one or two
> 8x12 pieces) of flexible double-sided printed circuit board?
> Any help would be appreciated.
>
You might consider using a plastic substrate...

and a flexible plastic or metal conductor.

                               GREY

1999\02\17@165615 by William Chops Westfield

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How flexible does it need to be?  I have some PCB material from
"Rogers corporation, Microwave materials division" (100 S Roosevelt,
Chandler AZ, 85224)  Labled "Rogers RT/Duroid", this is perhaps 1/32
inch thick and about as flexible as poster-board (might be a bit more
flexible once most of the copper is off.)  I assume this stuff has a
magical dielectric (all teflon?) and costs a small fortune bought new.
(mine was surplus and cheap, heh heh.)

BillW

1999\02\17@170825 by R. Michael O'Bannon

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Date: Wednesday, February 17, 1999 4:54 PM
Subject: Re: [OT]:source for flexible circuit board


>How flexible does it need to be?  I have some PCB material from
>"Rogers corporation, Microwave materials division" (100 S
Roosevelt,
>Chandler AZ, 85224)  Labled "Rogers RT/Duroid", this is perhaps
1/32
>inch thick and about as flexible as poster-board (might be a
bit more
>flexible once most of the copper is off.)  I assume this stuff
has a
>magical dielectric (all teflon?) and costs a small fortune
bought new.
>(mine was surplus and cheap, heh heh.)

Yup, that's what I'm looking for.  Do you recall you surplus
supplier?

1999\02\17@172101 by Barry King

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I have some old samples that are single sided.

They are BEND/flex brand from
Rogers Corporation Composites Division
One Technology Drive
Rogers, CT 06263 USA

I have no way of knowing if this address is still valid.  This was
about 6 years ago!

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NRG Systems "Measuring the Wind's Energy"
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