Thank you for stopping by DP Patterning at Electronica and catching up with our unique and sustainable Flex-PCB manufacturing technology. We’d love to stay connected with you and are available to discuss your ideas. Below you also find our special Electronica offers, available now!


All the best,

Tommy Höglund, Sales & Marketing Manager.


Mobile: +46 72 245 46 74


The biggest innovation in Flex-PCB production 

The DPP method allows you to produce conducting structures on flexible materials like metals, paper, or plastic, using a principle basically as simple as punching a hole in a paper – almost. How it works

  1. A cliché presses out your desired pattern on a material, or “web”, consisting of a conducting top layer and a dielectric bottom carrier.  
  2. A milling wheel then mechanically removes the protruding pattern from the top layer (the pattern layer), while the bottom carrier remains untouched.  
  3. This leaves a conductive pattern on the laminate. 

This patented process brings you instant advantages, such as increased cost efficiency, reduced lead times, and environmentally friendly, sustainable production. Not to mention the safety aspects – the smooth integration in your current production line means you can keep all the intellectual property in-house.

End of year offer – 50% discount on all pilot projects placed in 2022


In a customised pilot project, we produce a Flex-PCB according to your specifications and requirements. This is the ultimate way of proofing your own flexible PCB designs, and to ensure they exceed your quality and functionality demands.


Contact us now to secure your pilot project:

Tommy Höglund, Sales & Marketing Manager
Mobile: +46 72 245 46 74

Pilot project includes:

  • Real life Flex-PCB matching your specs
  • Cost Benefit Analysis – Flex-PCB
  • ROI overview

Learn more about DPP for

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Why DPP is better than traditional methods


Safety and sustainability 

The DPP method is free of corrosive chemicals. Dry Phase Patterning also uses far less water and electricity than traditional wet etching, and the production remnants can be easily recycled.

Lower costs 

Low material processing and operation costs — coupled with lower costs for cleanup, disposal, and material ordering — make Dry Phase Patterning a faster and more cost-efficient way to produce Flex-PCBs.

In-house production 

Secure and shorten the Flex-PCB production process by bringing it in-house. This speeds up prototyping and production while removing an entire step from your supply chain and simplify the logistics.

Shorter time to market 

Produce as many Flex-PCBs as you need, when you need them, on a variety of materials. Because everything is produced in house, you don’t have to wait for external manufacturers.

IP protection 

When you can design, prototype, and produce your own Flex-PCBs in house, you can protect your intellectual property and ensure your innovations don’t fall into the wrong hands.


Get a free demo of the Dry Phase Patterning technology

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