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Bare Conductive Electric Paint Jar 50ml

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Brand: Bare Conductive  MPN: SKU-0216  EAN-13: 5060322450216
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Bare Conductive Electric Paint is conductive which means that electricity from the battery can pass through it just like a wire. When you draw a circuit with a Bare Electric Paint Pen, the components and battery are joined together by the paint and make a complete loop, or circuit.

Bare Electric Paint is non-toxic, solvent-free and dries at room temperature.

  • 50ml jar
  • Draw a circuit on almost any surface: Paper, plastic, cardboard, fabric, wood, and more!
  • Connect batteries, LEDs and other components
  • Try it with microcontrollers like Arduino
  • Can be used with conductive thread and e-textiles
  • Great for attaching components and for PCB repair
  • Can be used as a Cold Solder and Wire Paint
  • Non-toxic and solvent free
  • Dries at room temperature

Click here for further information, image gallery, data sheets and downloads.

Click here to find out how you can use Bare Conductive paint with a Raspberry Pi using Pi CAP.

Type Electric paint jar

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20 September 2017 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 70-0874
Q. Can this be thinned for use in an airbrush?
A. Hi Stefan, thank you for your question. This is not recommended as you will ideally need a neat solution and a few layers to make a usable conductive connection.

01 June 2014 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 70-0874
Q. Does it contain real silver or a substitute?
A. Hi John. Thank you for your question. This utilises a form of conductive carbon to create a low resistance track.


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