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Die Cut Tapes to Minimize EMI/RFI Interference

Featured Product from JBC Technologies, Inc.

Die Cut Tapes to Minimize EMI/RFI Interference-Image

Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) and Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) can cause EMI noise, crosstalk, low signal-to-noise ratio, poor signal reception, higher error rates, and slower communication speeds, negatively impacting sensitive analog circuits and sensors. Higher frequencies, electronic components in closer proximity, and increasingly complex products compound the challenge.

The solution: Precision die-cut components made by JBC using high-performance EMI/RFI shielding tapes from 3M™.

The 3M Electronics Materials Solutions Division offers a selection of electrically conductive tapes and adhesives that minimize EMI noise and crosstalk and provide EMI protection from a wide range of frequencies. A 3M Preferred Converter,  JBC Technologies can convert these tapes to the specific size, shape, and configuration needed to solve your challenge. 

With over a dozen high-speed, rotary die-cutting presses and the ability to fabricate intricate multi-layer parts with tight tolerances, JBC Technologies is the right choice for converted EMI/RFI shielding tapes and films. Not only are we a cut above the rest when it comes to converting, and die-cutting, but we also work hard to add value at every stage, from product design support to value analysis/ value engineering. Our seasoned process engineers have years of experience solving complex manufacturing problems,  creating repeatable processes for challenging parts, and offering part presentations with the most value for the customer.  

Here are just a few examples of part presentations we can provide for EMI/RFI shielding tapes:

  • Slit to custom widths
  • Kiss cut to a liner
  • Island-placed on a liner
  • Pull tab for ease of assembly
  • Individually cut
  • Adhered to customer-supplied plastic-injected parts

Visit our website at www.jbc-tech.com to learn more.