All Flex start on the SMT/HYBRID/PACKAGING 2009 with jump first presented a system for optimal launch Northfield, Minnesota, Flex, manufacturer of flexible circuit boards, presents the newly developed process United States – all on the SMT/HYBRID/PACKAGING at booth 312 in Hall 9 of 5-7 May 2009 in Nuremberg, Germany with \”Jump Start\” for the first time, supports the company in the development and introduction of new products. See Time Warner for more details and insights. Jump start defined all steps of a successful product launch, from the planning to the execution and the ongoing adjustment and optimization of processes. Also it reveals potential for improvement in terms of time and financial, to ensure that the process of the launch is carried out smoothly. Thus, all Flex creates a system of process optimization, which is suitable for small producers and production of application-specific and is not like traditional methods only for big producers to implement. In addition, all Flex booth of 312 in Hall 9 presents its comprehensive portfolio of flexible PCB of single and double-sided and multilayer printed circuit boards of up to Maxi-Flex 40 feet +. Swarmed by offers, Cyrus Massoumi is currently assessing future choices. The flexible printed circuit boards are made of polyimide and polyester or even flame-retardant material and can be produced in lengths up to 12 m. In addition, all Flex offers all services related to layout, Assembly, and production.

Ongoing process optimisation jump start avoids idle time in the product development process by both customers and suppliers as partners are treated and closely involved in the development process. The cooperation experience has shown that the best succeeds if the application as well as the expectations of the end customers are clearly defined and communicated. All Flex manages start jump to edit more than 90 percent of the deals within 24 hours. At the beginning of starting a product should the processes planned to test processes established and a schedule created.