Hello, I have just started on a project where I will need to produce a flexible (probably silicone) housing around a flexi-rigid PCB, a lithium battery, LCD and a button. The product is highly cosmetic and worn next to the skin. The housing needs to hermetically seal the electronics. I am looking into manufacturing methods and could use some advice please! Current thinking is this: Encapsulate the electronics assembly, including the battery and display. This would be potentially be by low-pressure injection moulding with a flexible resin. I am not sure how compatible the flexi part of the PCBA will be to this process, what considerations I need to be aware of? The encapsulation will also include 2 rigid plastic parts which will form part of the housing. The encapsulated sub-assembly will then be over-molded with silicon (or similar flexible resin) to provide the cosmetic finish. My questions are â€“ 1. Can you encapsulate a flexible PCB and retain flexibility? 2. What pitfalls are there? 3. What alternative approaches should I consider? 4. What suppliers have experience of this kind of product and construction? Any advice much appreciated.