Optimizing its expertise in membrane switches for in-mold, flexible and printed electronics fields.
The ability to print fine electronic circuity is critical in the field of membrane switches, which is why some of the leaders in the membrane switch field have found success in the world of flexible and printed electronics. Inno-Flex, LLC, a specialist in the world of membrane switches, is carving out a successful niche in the in-mold electronics and decorative and functional overlay segments.
Headquartered in Minneapolis, Inno-Flex initially focused on printing point of purchase market before moving into electronics.
“Inno-Flex started in 1973 as Lakeside Nameplate Company,” said Nick Strauss, director of corporate development at Inno-Flex. “Back then, we specialized mostly in screen printing for point of purchase brewery signs for Budweiser and Miller. In the early 1980s, we saw the future trend towards printed electronics and began using our screen-printing technology to break into the growing membrane switch market.”
Over the next few de
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