Applications

3D-MIDs are mechatronic devices combining electrical functionality with mechanical structures. 3D-MID applications exist in several industries, including:

  • Telecommunications
  • Medical
  • Automotive
  • Security
  • Packaging
  • Military & Defense
  • Measuring & Testing Equipment
  • Antennas
  • LED’s – solar state lighting, camera, and sensors

3D-MID technology is a alternative to traditional circuit boards or flex circuits and are used in applications requiring miniaturization and improved product design.

The largest application in the world is smart phone antennas. Laser direct structuring creates the antenna patterns for receiving, sending, and GPS functions. The laser creates the patterns in the cell phone case which are then plated with copper, nickel, and gold. Many applications can be created this way.

Contact SelectConnect Techonologies today and tell us how we can best serve your microelectronic needs!

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Antennas

Antennas

LDS is the best technology on the market for producing high-performing 3D antennas

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Automotive

Automotive

Automotive industries use 3D MID Laser Direct Structuring to reduce weight & increase reliability

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Medical Devices

Medical Devices

Medical engineers use 3D MID Laser Direct Structuring for circuit toughness with good adherence & physical construction that improves product quality

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Military/Aerospace

Military/Aerospace

Laser Direct Structuring delivers rugged circuit construction. Ideal for miniaturization, lightweight & high security applications

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Security Shields

Security Shields

Laser Direct Structuring is a critical element for high performance protection against physical intrusion & tampering of circuits, memory, electronic components & more

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Sensors

Sensors

Sensors constructed with LDS or 2-shot molding technology can be made more compact & lightweight as compared with traditional metallic sensors

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