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Bare Conductive Electric Paint Pen 10ml

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Brand: Bare Conductive  MPN: SKU-0018  EAN-13: 5060322450018
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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.

  • 10ml pen
  • 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 pen

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11 August 2015 Question by: Rapid Customer | Product code: 70-0873
Q. can you solder components to it?
A. Hi Jenny, thank you for your question. This is not compatible with conventional hot solder, you can however cold solder by painting the components with the paint within your circuit.


Funky stuff

Reviewed by: Stephen Hughes - 02 September 2020
This material has some very interesting properties. Before it goes completely dry, it can be used to make temporary strain gauges. I'm doing this for a research project and the results are quite interesting

Paint in a pen

Reviewed by: Mike Taylor - 07 March 2014
Great idea and very practical - conductive paint you can just apply like ink. It works too