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Making Flexible Circuits [Project]
posted September 30 2013 13:24.01 by spic0m




Makers words:
I used conductive paint to make a simple flexible circuit that lights and dims an LED depending on how much it is flexed. I used to work on a project that involved fabricating circuits on contact lenses, where we used micron-precision lithography to lay down tiny conductive traces on the surface of flexible plastic. When I came across Bare Conductive's conductive paint, I had the idea to use lithography to make simple, flexible printed circuit boards for regular, through-hole components. I printed this circuit on transparency film, but this same technique could be applied to many other materials- paper, fabric, drywall....

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