Rigid-flex printed circuit boards are used everywhere in the electronics industry. They can be found in digital cameras, hearing aids, pacemakers, health trackers, and many more products.
A rigid-flex design typically consists of multiple inner layers of flexible circuits, in addition to the rigid regions typical to everyday PCBs. This unique form introduces a distinct set of design challenges.
This video from Mentor Graphics will demonstrate how correct-by-construction design technology simplifies the creation process of rigid-flex circuits, allowing designers to focus on optimizing form factor and quality.