- Electric Paint can be used as a liquid wire to draw or print graphical circuits, or even as a conductive adhesive eliminating the need for soldering equipment
- Electric Paint also comes in handy for repairing electronics, Ideal for PCB repairs and prototypes
- Can be applied to almost any surface, including electronic PCBS / components, cardboard, paper, wood, wallpaper, plaster walls, textiles, and plastics
- Use Electric Paint for a range of applications, from creative to highly technical projects
- It provides a great platform for discovering, playing, repairing and designing with electronics
- Bare paint can be used to replace conventional acid etching as a an electronics prototyping tool
- Specifically developed so that the Electric Paint is safe and child friendly material - it has been designed to be non-toxic, solvent free and water soluble
- Bare Conductive Electric Paint has a surface resistivity of approximately 55 ohms/square at 50 microns layer thickness. For more information, take a look at the datasheets below
- Comes in a 10ml easy application pen - no need for paint brushes
- Bare Conductive paint may be used as a semi-permanent glue - This glue should be used for light mechanical fixings such as wrapped wires
Electric Paint is an electrically conductive paint that makes it possible to draw a circuit, cold solder a component or turn any surface into a sensor.
This is a resistive paint which may not be suited to high current applications such as heated rear window track repairs and other higher power applications (in excess of 100ma), for these applications a silver loaded paint, conventional wiring and soldering are the main practical solutions.
If you are unsure please read the technical data below to ensure Bare Conductive paint is suitable for your application.
Please note :
- Electric paint can be removed with soap and water, so is not water-proof or weather-resistant!
- Not for use on bare skin