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Do not rule out a membrane Keyboard!!
Posted on 28-07-2015 by Editor, in Membrane Keypads
To many engineers the membrane keyboard has lost its appeal with the rise of the touch screen and increased use silicone rubber keypads. Here we remind user of the benefits of Membrane technology and urge you not to discount its use.
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New Rapid Prototyping Service for Rubber keypads
Posted on 16-06-2015 by Editor, in Rubber Keypads
To help ensure the success of your rubber keypad integration we now offer a Rapid Prototyping service for many designs of Silicone Rubber keypad.
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Testing - Testing - Testing!
Posted on 25-11-2014 by Editor, in Rubber Keypads
Achieving the style and tactile response from Silicone Rubber Keypads can be a complicated process. I strongly recommend that any potential customer considering integrating a Keypad into new product should ensure that they start a dialogue with us early in the project life cycle. By doing this, many of the common design and project timing issues can be avoided which in many instances leads to a lower cost solution. When beginning to consider designing a Rubber Keypad you first have to decide how to best position the keypad within an assembly and how to choose the correct clamping method and rubber shore hardness depending on the environment the product will be used in and the desired IP rating you wish to achieve.
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A Clever Idea
Posted on 12-09-2014 by AndrewMyles, in Displays
A Clever Idea To Simplify Colour Screen Integration
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How To Avoid Common Mistakes In Rubber Keypad Integration - 1
Posted on 30-06-2014 by Editor, in Rubber Keypads
Achieving the style and tactile response from Silicone Rubber Keypads can be a complicated process. I strongly recommend that any potential customer considering integrating a Keypad into new product should ensure that they start a dialogue with us early in the project life cycle. By doing this, many of the common design and project timing issues can be avoided which in many instances leads to a lower cost solution. When beginning to consider designing a Rubber Keypad you first have to decide how to best position the keypad within an assembly and how to choose the correct clamping method and rubber shore hardness depending on the environment the product will be used in and the desired IP rating you wish to achieve.
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