About Extended Length Flex
Developer of a core proprietary technology is called Plateable Toner Technology (PTT). PTT is a method of replacing conventional flexible circuits and round wire harnesses with printed harnesses. PTT uses a proprietary toner, similar to toner found in conventional xerographic copiers and laser printers, to transfer circuit images to plastic sheets. The toner facilitates the plating of copper to form the circuit. The unique properties of the plateable toner are maintained through the electrophotographic process, resulting in catalytically active patterns on the substrate. The first application of the technology is to manufacture a direct replacement for flexible circuits. The major market focus, however, is to produce extended length flexprint (ELF) as a replacement for conventional wiring harnesses. Large circuits, currently too large for conventional circuit printing processes, may be created by using large format and reel-to-reel copiers and printers. Relative to methods currently in use, the PTT method of creating printed circuitry requires fewer steps, produces patterns of unlimited size, and generates a relatively small amount of waste.
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Extended Length Flex Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Extended Length Flex founded?
Extended Length Flex was founded in 1990.
Where is Extended Length Flex's headquarters?
Extended Length Flex's headquarters is located at 353D Vintage Park Drive, Foster City.
What is Extended Length Flex's latest funding round?
Extended Length Flex's latest funding round is Series B.
How much did Extended Length Flex raise?
Extended Length Flex raised a total of $5.5M.
Who are the investors of Extended Length Flex?
Investors of Extended Length Flex include Vanguard Ventures, Charter Venture Capital, Ampersand Capital Partners, Horn Ventures and Philadelphia.
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