Bare Conductive Electric Paint / Soldering Glue 10ml Pen

Item number: 20181129

EAN: 5060322450001

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.

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Now only 7,42 €

including16% VAT. , plus shipping

Old price: 9,28 €
Discount: 20%
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Shipping time: 1 - 3 workdays



  • 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

Shipping weight: 0,03 Kg
Dimensions ( length width height ): 16,50 9,50 2,00 cm
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