[sdiy] Cramolin Graphit conductive spray for user interfaces
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Tue Jul 16 18:23:18 CEST 2013
On Tue, Jul 16, 2013 at 5:43 PM, ChristianH <chris at chrismusic.de> wrote:
> I haven't used it in any way, but I think it's intended for lubrication.
> So I wouldn't expect it to be really sticky, i.e. it probably will wear
> off pretty fast.
That's the thing, it's actually a lacquer, so it should be durable.
> As a related note, I once tried to immerse graphite powder in silicone
> rubber, trying to get some kind of conductive rubber. It was rather
> disappointing in terms of conductivity.
> But then, I only did one attempt, it may need some playing with
> concentration and stirring. And most probably having a constant
> thickness might help, what I had was a pretty unregular lump.
Interesting. I think if you alternated rubber and metal then you get
"metal rubber". Not sure if that's what it's called. It's a new
micromaterial, it was in the news a year or two back.
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