- User-Interface & HMI
Printed circuit layers use conductive inks, typically silver or copper, to facilitate the flow of electricity. Ink takes little to no space, so a printed membrane switch remains flexible and compact. Because substrates and inks have varied levels of conductivity and resistance, they are an important part of membrane switch design.
The Cubbison Company manufacturers two types of membrane switch circuit types: silver-flex and copper-flex.
Silver-flex circuits use silver inks as the circuit element, with the ink printed on flexible polyester layers. They are often ideal because they are:
Copper-flex circuits use a very thin layer of copper affixed to a flexible film substrate that, when etched away, exposes copper conductive traces. This structure accommodates complex and dense circuit patterns that are suitable for environments with excessive vibration or extreme temperature swings, including aerospace, medical, energy, and military applications.
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