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Instant RFID

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From DXF drawing to completed inlay in about 10 minutes.

Using a proprietary process to cut the metal portion of the inlay, we can take a customer supplied DXF file and produce a finished and tested inlay in about 10 minutes. If you have a specialized need for an inlay or you have an application that you need an inlay for, we have complete design, simulation, prototyping and testing capabilities. Just give us a call with your design requirements and let us take care of the rest. We also offer consulting services to help you understand the issues with your application and work with you to make sure that your project succeeds.

Explore the process below:

image DXF Input to Laser Cutting First we take a DXF file and cut the pattern out of our tag material. Most tags can be made of aluminum which is environmentally friendly vs. copper which is not. After this step the tag is ready to have the chip attached; there is no need for cleaning.
Thermal Bonding Thermal Bonding of Chip Next we take an RFID chip and flip it over to bond it onto the tag substrate using a specially formulated conductive epoxy. Heat and pressure are applied to cure the epoxy while maintaining contact with the chip. After the epoxy has cured, the tag is complete and can be tested.
Anechoic Chamber Testing
Testing of the tag can be done in our anechoic chamber or in a real-world environment that is set up to match where the tag will actually be used. Results are collected and stored for later analysis and performance documentation.
Performance Plot Documenting Tag Performance Documenting tag performance is an optional step that may be requested. One item that can be measured is tag bandwidth to make sure that the tag response is adequate across the entire range of frequencies which the tag will need to respond. Other tag performance documentation can also be requested.