NextFlex’s Technology Hub is ITAR compliant and meets FDA standards for manufacture of medical devices.
Today’s leading consumer, medical, communications, industrial and automotive products are driving increasing demand for all kinds of devices: MEMS sensors and actuators, power, microfluidic and photonic devices, and technologies for ADAS (Advanced Driver Awareness and Safety), and more. Now, with the addition of flexible hybrid electronics, an entirely new generation of devices are also emerging—devices and platforms that will deliver on the promise of the Internet of Things.
In support of our mission to advance Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) manufacturing in the U.S., our facility has two cleanrooms and lab space for printing, device integration and testing and measurement, that are fully compliant with ITAR’s (International Traffic in Arms Regulations) quality standard requirements for military electronics, materials, and guidance equipment manufacturing as well as the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) medical device manufacturing Quality Systems Regulations (QSR) for good manufacturing practices.
Working with NextFlex, a robust community of innovators including start-up companies and established manufacturers alike, are benefiting from a collaborative approach to design, development and problem-solving via NextFlex’s state of the art Technology Hub. Offering a full complement of flexible hybrid electronics design, development and manufacturing services, the NextFlex Technology Hub provides the following capabilities: