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Electric Paint Pen Lets You Draw Your Own Circuits

by Lambert Varias

As someone who doesn’t know a lot about building electronics, I love learning about products that manage to teach the basics of the field. Bare Conductive’s Paint Pen is one such product. It’s a liquid wire that you can use to make simple circuits or electronic prototypes.

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The ink also works as a solder or adhesive, meaning it can be used to repair circuit boards or attach parts to electronics. Adafruit Industries made a short video that provides a few applications of the pen:

You can buy the pen from ThinkGeek, Amazon, Adafruit Industries or from Bare Conductive itself. Price starts at $10 (USD). MIT also has a great article on conductive paint that also has links to instructions for making your own paint.

[via UniqueDaily]

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