Contact E-FAB Flex Circuits Group Today

Monday, July 14

E-FAB has what it takes to build your precision hi-tech flex circuits today. Send us an email or give us a call and talk with a flex circuits sales and engineering specialist. Our flex sales group has the experience of building flex circuits for a wide array of applications in all types of industries. Need some engineering and process development help in your flex circuit designs? E-FAB is here to provide great customer service for you too. All major credit cards are accepted. We would appreciate it if you use our form below, but you can also use the email address too. Thank you.

Call our toll free number: 800.600.3322 to speak with an E-FAB sales engineer today.
You may also FAX engineering and technical drawings to 408.988.3342 to the attention of FLEX.






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Or, send us an email and attach your CAD design files today. We'll work up a sales quote for you ASAP. Or, contact our flex engineers by telephone with a question or two.

Email us at our Flex Circuits Group now. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Our phone hours are 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM Pacific time, Monday through Friday. You can speak with a live person between those times.

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E-FAB accepts all major credit cards and can get started immediately with your prototype and small production run orders. Contact us today

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E-FAB Custom Flex Circuits Manufacturing

Specialists in Customized Flex Circuits


E-FAB, an ISO 9001:2015 certified company, builds flex circuits for the military, commercial, government, aerospace and other sector industries for a wide variety of applications. By incorporating many of the unique E-FAB PCM processes into our flex circuits manufacturing and engineering design, E-FAB’s flex circuit capabilities go above and beyond what a typical flex circuit board shop can manufacture. Many times, other flex shops will "farm out" and have E-FAB build the flex boards for them due to unique design and manufacturing requirements from their customers. In short, E-FAB brings to the table flexible circuit manufacturing advantages, and can manufacture what others only dream about.

Take a look at some of our unique flexible circuit boards built by E-FAB. We invite your engineered hybrid circuit dreams to become a reality with E-FAB. Also, feel free to ask for a flex circuit quote on your generic flex boards today.

About This Website

We have here a bit of flex engineering and design insight into the world of flex and hybrid flex circuits. E-FAB has the expertise to build it right. If you are wondering if your engineered design can be manufactured to your specifications, please give us a call or send in your design requirements now.

Thank you.

About E-FAB

Santa Clara, California, United States
Established in 1981, E-FAB, Inc., located in Silicon Valley, California, provides photo chemical machining, photo etching, chemical milling, and flex circuits manufacturing. E-FAB is dedicated to offering its customers reliable production schedules, the highest quality photoetched components and the engineering support required to accomplish unique designs using the chemical machining process.

Photochemical milling and photoetching of thin metal precision components is what E-FAB specializes in. These parts are finished in several different ways: electroplated or coated with a dielectric layer, then separated, and bent, or formed, or supplied flat per customer's specifications.

Military and Commercial Customers

Our customers develop "state of the art" products for use in the military, ordinance, aerospace, RF, microwave, antenna, communication, medical, electronics, solar, EMI shielding, robotics, semiconductor, and PCB industries.

E-FAB offers engineering assistance during the customer design and development phase in optimizing manufacturability while achieving cost and quality objectives.

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