Bare Conductive Pens

Draw Your Circuits with Bare Conductive Pens and Paint

<p> 	<strong>Description:</strong> Bare Paint is just like any other water-based paint… except that it's electrically conductive! This means that you can actually paint wires onto things like models, clothes, furniture, walls, almost anything you can think of. Standard acrylic or water-based paints can even be used alongside Bare Paint to act as insulation or to create multi-layer circuitry!</p> <p> 	Oh yeah, and now? It comes in a pen! Bare Pens are a great electronics prototyping...

<p> <strong>Description:</strong> Bare Paint is just like any other water-based paint… except that it's electrically conductive! This means that you can actually paint wires onto things like models, clothes, furniture, walls, almost anything you can think of. Standard acrylic or water-based paints can even be used alongside Bare Paint to act as insulation or to create multi-layer circuitry!</p> <p> Oh yeah, and now? It comes in a pen! Bare Pens are a great electronics prototyping...

Bare Conductive • Electrically Conductive Paint for makers of all ages. Learn how to draw paper circuits or paint physical interactive projects. Our pens and kits can get you started today!

Bare Conductive • Electrically Conductive Paint for makers of all ages. Learn how to draw paper circuits or paint physical interactive projects. Our pens and kits can get you started today!

“Bare,” started as  a body paint that conducts electricity. The non-toxic ink transforms skin into a highly conductive surface, providing a low resistance contact between the surface of the skin and an electrode. Possible uses include interacting with electronic circuits through gesture, movement and touch. The ink can be temporarily applied with a brush, stamp or spray.

“Bare,” started as a body paint that conducts electricity. The non-toxic ink transforms skin into a highly conductive surface, providing a low resistance contact between the surface of the skin and an electrode. Possible uses include interacting with electronic circuits through gesture, movement and touch. The ink can be temporarily applied with a brush, stamp or spray.

Creating a solar panel out of broken re-used solar cell pieces. I ordered a pack of these from http://siliconsolar.com (3$ for a bagful of them - you can order here). In addition, you will need some conductive copper mesh (available at most art stores), glue gun + sticks, a multimeter and a conductive pen (or any sort of conductive brush-on - I got my conductive silver pen here). In this tutorial I will try to explain the best technique I found to connect these broken cells, in order to…

DIY Solar Panel

Creating a solar panel out of broken re-used solar cell pieces. I ordered a pack of these from http://siliconsolar.com (3$ for a bagful of them - you can order here). In addition, you will need some conductive copper mesh (available at most art stores), glue gun + sticks, a multimeter and a conductive pen (or any sort of conductive brush-on - I got my conductive silver pen here). In this tutorial I will try to explain the best technique I found to connect these broken cells, in order to…

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