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Bare Conductive Electric Paint Circuit Kit - luminous model of the city

A set to build a glowing mini model of the city , allowing you to easily and intuitively start working with conductive paint and create an interesting gadget that will...
Index: BAC-16646
Index: BAC-16646
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Bare Conductive Electric Paint - Electrically Conductive Paint - 10ml

A paint that conducts electricity. Thanks to it it is possible to paint paths on any surface, e.g. paper, wood, glass or plastic. The tube has a capacity of 10 ml.
Index: CHE-05556
Index: CHE-05556
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Bare Conductive Electric Paint - Electrically Conductive Paint - 50ml

A paint that conducts electricity. Thanks to it it is possible to paint paths on any surface, e.g. paper, wood, glass or plastic. The jar has a capacity of 50 ml.
Index: CHE-05557
Index: CHE-05557
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Regular price €36.67 Price €36.67

Bare Conductive Touch Board is the ATmega32u4 + VS1053B Mp3 player- compatible with Arduino

Board equipped with the famous from Arduino Leonardo, ATmega 32u4 microcontroller with installed bootloader. Allows you to connect up to 12 touch buttons. The board has a...
Index: BAC-05559
Index: BAC-05559
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Regular price €62.71 Price €62.71

Bare Conductive Electric Paint Lamp Kit - a set for creating paper lamps

A set for building a lamp using paper templates and conductive paint. The package allows you to create one of 3 types of lamps, each lamp differs in the way it is operated,...
Index: BAC-16641
Index: BAC-16641
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Regular price €45.35 Price €45.35

Bare Conductive Touch Board Pro Kit - a set for working with conductive paint

A set containing a set of accessories for creating projects based on touch sensors and connections made with conductive paint . With the help of the set we can create...
Index: BAC-16642
Index: BAC-16642
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Waiting time approx. 3-4 weeks
Regular price €194.22 Price €194.22

Bare Conductive Interactive Wall Kit - set for creating an interactive wall

A kit to create interactive wall bulky 10 m x 10 m z 12 touchpoints . The interactive wall allows to create interesting audiovisual content . Product will do well as...
Index: BAC-16643
Index: BAC-16643
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Waiting time approx. 3-4 weeks
Regular price €639.93 Price €639.93

Conductive paint properties

Conductive paint dries within 10 to 15 minutes after application and is easily washable with soapy water. It can be protected from the outside with an acrylic lacquer, for example - this will not adversely affect the conductive properties. The paint can be applied to paper, wood, plastic, cardboard, fabric and many other materials. Most polyurethane or acrylic conductive paints are non-toxic and do not produce harmful fumes, so they can also be used during technical activities with children.

Use of conductive paint

Conductive paint can be used to create and repair paths on printed circuit boards and other materials, connect electronic components, and make touch or proximity sensors and switches. It can also be used for temporary repairs (such as wiring) and cold soldering. Conductive paint will also work well for joining so-called e-materials, i.e. conductive fabrics that are designed to create smart clothes controlled by microcontrollers.

How to use conductive paint?

Before use, make sure the surface to which the paint is to be applied is clean and dry. Conductive paint can be applied with a brush or directly from the package if it is equipped with a suitable applicator. If paint is used to connect electronic components, you must make sure that their contacts are thoroughly covered (and that the paint covering the contacts connects sufficiently to the rest of the path) - otherwise the conductivity may not be strong enough for the entire circuit to work as expected.