A conductive textile is a fabric which can conduct electricity. Conductive textiles can be made with metal strands woven into the construction of the textile. There is also an interest in semiconducting textiles, made by impregnating normal textiles with carbon- or metal-based powders. Conductive fibers consist of a non-conductive or less conductive substrate, which is then either coated or embedded with electrically conductive elements, often carbon, nickel, copper, gold, silver, or titanium. Substrates typically include cotton, polyester, nylon, and stainless steel to high performance fibers such as aramids and PBO. Straddling the worlds of textiles and wires, conductive fibers are sold either by weight or length, and measured in denier or AWG. High performance heat resistant release film used for a wide range of applications including flex circuits. The non-stickiness polymethylpentene film is available in both single layer and multi-layer and either may be selected according to the application. This is a very low-adhesion film used as a secondary material to improve yield in film and foil processing. It has excellent dimensional stability and causes no heat-shrinkage damage to the adherent product even in high-temperature environments. It also has strong chemical resistance. Conducting films (TCFs) are thin films of optically transparent and electrically conductive material. … Transparent conducting films are typically used as electrodes when a situation calls for low resistance electrical contacts without blocking light (e.g. LEDs, photovoltaic). Conductive film is a product for which our sputtering method and wet coating (application) method are used to form a low-resistance transparent conductive layer on PET film, while simultaneously achieving high optical characteristics through our unique optical adjustment layer. conductive film (ACF), is a lead-free and environmentally friendly adhesive interconnect system that is commonly used in liquid crystal display manufacturing to make the electrical and mechanical connections from the driver electronics to the glass substrates of the LCD.