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Minimizing Carbon Footprint

What You Need to Know About Military Membrane Switches

As you may know, products built for the military carry a range of unique and highly demanding design, production, and performance requirements. There is simply no room for error when it comes to these applications. That’s why the membrane switches…

Non Tactile Switch Silver Circuitry

5 Questions to Ask Your Membrane Switch Manufacturer

Membrane switches offer tremendous flexibility, allowing engineers to design and implement a very precise customer experience that can be refined to fit most any industry. Parameters they can consider include physical design, the graphic overlays, visual and tactile feedback, surface…

Durable Membrane Switche

How Can I Make My Membrane Switch More Durable?

By Ken Boss I’ve come across many design engineers who underestimate the durability of membrane switches. They tend to prefer mechanical switches, most likely because mechanical switches can feel heavier and more physical than a typical membrane switch. But there…

Graphic Overlays Control Center

Why I Love Graphic Overlays (and You Should Too)

Let me start with how I define a graphic overlay. At its essence, it is a printed plastic material. First, we start with a clear material – typically a polycarbonate or polyester. Then we print on the backside (sub-surface). Finally, there’s…

Membrane Switch Installation

Top 5 Biggest Membrane Switch Installation Mistakes

By Ken Boss With the flexibility, durability, and user-friendly functionality of membrane switches, I’ve seen them used in a huge variety of applications across a range of different industries, from precision medical devices to ruggedized outdoor machinery. There is just…

Electronic Shielding Science

The Art & Science of Electronic Shielding

By Ken Boss An old friend of mine – an ESD guru – once told me that “shielding against electrostatic discharge is like witchcraft. No one REALLY knows if you need it. 50% of the folks who think they need…

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