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IPC 2292-2018

Design Standard for Printed Electronics on Flexible Substrates

IPC-2292 standard establishes specific requirements for the design of printed electronic applications and their forms of component mounting and interconnecting structures on flexible substrates. Flexible substrates, as pertaining to IPC-2292 standard, are materials or devices which have some amount of flexibility or bendability (not rigid) but are not considered to be stretchable (e.g., fabrics, textiles stretchable polymers, etc.). IPC-2292 standard also defines three Standard Printed Electronic Designs (SPEDs) and includes an appendix with fabrication and design feature benefits and drawbacks.

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Association Connecting Electronics Industries [ipc]

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