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NextFlex News – March 2018 Newsletter

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READ THE MARCH NEWSLETTER Dear NextFlex Members and Friends, It is hard to believe that it has been a month already since we ended a successful Flex Conference in Monterey, CA. We at NextFlex contributed greatly to the success of the event, and we got so much back in return. …

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NextFlex Proves Manufacturability of Flexible Hybrid Electronics Process, Creating First Flexible Arduino System Ideal for Bringing New IoT/Sensor Products to Market Fruition

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Completed NextFlex Project Offers Prime Opportunity to Broaden Awareness of FHE by Capitalizing on Arduino’s Popularity with Open-source Developer Community San Jose, Calif.—NextFlex®, America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE) Manufacturing Institute, today announced it has successfully proven the robustness of the FHE manufacturing process, producing multiple functional samples of a flexible …

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EE Times Blog: Die Handling Critical in Flex Electronics

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Republished from EE Times. By Wilfried Bair, Senior Engineering Manager – Device Integration & Packaging, NextFlex Wearables require flexible hybrid electronics with die thinned to less than 30mum, and handling these ultrathin die is turning out to be a critical part of the manufacturing process. Ultrathin die (<50 µm) have been …

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Pioneers of Flexible Hybrid Electronics Converge at NextFlex Innovation Day to Showcase Latest Advances That Will Transform Our Everyday Lives

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NextFlex will once again open the doors to its manufacturing facility in San Jose for its second annual Innovation Day on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017. Since its inception in 2015 – when the U.S. Dept. of Defense announced a $75-million award to advance the country’s manufacturing ecosystem and workforce for …

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Flexible Hybrid Electronics Advancing, Spurred by Dual-Use Technology Development

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Republished guest column from Photonics Online. By Jason Marsh and Benjamin Leever, NextFlex From a Department of Defense (DoD) standpoint, flexible hybrid electronics (FHE) is a highly interesting technology area. FHE is a new category of microelectronics using novel materials with stretchable, conformable, and flexible form factors. This emerging technology …

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