Difference between PET and FPC

PET is a polymer that we commonly use in FPCs. PET has a low thermal expansion, and it is also transparent, which means we can use it for solar panels or as display panels. On the other hand, FPCs are flexible for high-performance display screens or indoor uses.

Flexible Printed Circuit Board (FPC) is a flexible circuit board with low cost and significant saving of transportation space. When we apply the PCB with many components, their size becomes large. Because of the flexible key feature, the manufacture and construction of the FPC become easy.

Flexible Printed Circuit Card (FPC) combines integrated circuit (IC) and thin-film printed circuit traces. We use them to make a flexible circuit board. A flexible printed circuit card is an electronic device used to house an integrated circuit (IC).

Flexible Printed Circuits (FPC) are thin plastic sheets that we can use in applications. Some examples include solar panels, electric cars, aircraft, and new applications such as aerial drones. We make FPCs from electrically conductive, flexible plastic. One etches and prints the top layer of the plastic with various circuits and components. This helps to create circuitry that is thin enough to be flexible while also being durable.

Flexible Printed Circuit Cards (FPCs) are helpful in many different applications. They include solar panels, electric cars, and aircraft. We also use them in new applications such as aerial drones and wearable electronics. So, FPCs must provide reliable electrical characteristics for high-speed circuitry.

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