EMI/RFI shielding

Benefits at a glance

  • Low-cost tooling/design iterations
  • Medium-to-production volumes
  • No limit to profile complexity or aperture array
  • No hard tooling required with bend lines, part numbers and logos at no additional cost

Typical Applications

  • One-piece screening cans
  • Two-piece screening cans with removable lids
  • Multi-compartment screening cans to improve space efficiency

Processes

Materials

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