What We’ve Done for Companies Like Yours

Flex R&D developed each of the projects below through a combination of materials science and roll-to-roll manufacturing technologies. End products are typically built of multilayer composites, and the process can involve printing, coating, lamination, converting and extrusion.


Elimination of an unrecycable component

  • Redesign of packaging that eliminated the need for an un-recyclable component, which reduced per-unit cost
  • Use of a proprietary nano packaging material to extend food product shelf life to 30 months
  • Development of an biodegradable cup
  • Brand identification labels
  • Redevelopment of packaging to eliminate the interior liner

Durable Goods

Utilization of biodegradable, naturally-sourced polymers

  • Development of a multi-layer logo mat
  • Use of biodegradable, naturally-sourced polymers to replace un-recyclable plastic
  • Printing and texturing of faux leather for automobile seat covers
  • Change PVC components to a sustainable polyurethane
  • Custom printing of a school’s logo on the laminate covering student desks
  • Printing of team logo on apparel
  • Printing on clear film for the no-label look on beverage bottles
  • Printing on sporting goods
  • Faux wood grain material to be molded to rigid items


Enhancing safety with biocompatible materials

  • Development of a liner for the individual applications of powdered cosmetics
  • Use of biocompatible materials in decorative stickers applied to teeth, lips and dental braces
  • Temporary tattoos

Wound Care

Innovating for better wound care

  • Development of a breathable ‘ouchless’ adhesive bandage
  • Skin patch that delivers Vitamin D for reducing wrinkles

Future Tech

Together, let’s shape the future

  • Flexible electronic circuitry adhered to a flexible substrate
  • Printed electronic circuitry printed directly on a substrate
  • Product label that is a flexible, multi-functional touch-screen
  • Flat button adhered to the product for one-touch product-reordering