The Custom Components division of American Micro Industries works with a variety of materials to support clients in a range of industries and applications. One of the benefits of working with our team is that, with more than two decades of experience, we can help you make informed decisions at every stage of a project. We will take into account the desired physical properties of your finished product, as well as your budget and timeline considerations, to suggest a material that will deliver the best results.
We offer Formex die-cutting services for projects of any size or scope. ITW Formex is a longstanding manufacturer of flame-retardant electric insulating materials used in health care, automotive, aerospace, military and defense, and other industries. Formex is cost-effective and available in a range of sizes and configurations to support different applications. Contact our office today to request a quote.
ITW Formex manufactures four grades of fire-retardant polymer material — Formex N3, Formex GL, Formex GS and Formex GX. Key features common to all Formex products include:
Formex is easy to score and fold, and is sold in convenient sheets that make shipping economical. Different Formex materials offer various temperature resistance and other specialized properties. Formex N3 is a multilayer polycarbonate, whereas Formex GS offers static dissipating ESD protection. All materials meet UL, CSA and IEC safety standards, and are RoHS compliant.
Manufacturers use Formex in applications where superior electrical resistance is required. It is an ideal choice for RFI shielding and insulation in electric vehicles, home appliances, personal computers and medical equipment. Other applications include air baffles and cable management systems in high-end data centers, and barrier protections separating PC boards from housing components.
Formex can be laser cut or die cut using steel rule or rotary dies, allowing for fast prototyping or mass manufacturing with a high degree of accuracy and consistency. Other processing options include heat forming or water-jet cutting. Formex materials can also be embossed, laminated or marked as necessary to support the requirements of a project.
The first step in any Formex die cutting project is to request a quote from the American Micro Industries team. Call us at 866-765-9191 or use our online contact form to reach a team member directly.