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ElectriCute - Conductive Ink with Circuit Scribe

Check out how you can use conductive ink to draw your circuits!

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Using wires to design your circuits is just so 2013. With the Circuit Scribe Lite Kit you can use a conductive ink pen to draw basic circuits! In today's episode of "ElectriCute," Dia and Nick are taking a look at this new kit.

This kit makes a great entry way into exploring basic circuits - and its great for a stocking stuffer or to make some really awesome holiday cards! Check out the product page for more info and to buy your kit!

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  • Looks like a fun way to make an interactive kids book for teaching about circuits and electronics.

    P.S. miss you guys!! ~Jessie

  • Have you guys tried using the z-axis conductive tape with conductive ink to make circuits?

    • That's actually what we tried first, we just didn't mention it in the video because it didn't work and we couldn't conclusively say why, so there wasn't a lot of useful information there to share. I suspect that can be blamed on the paper, and that on photo paper z-axis tape and circuitscribe would be BFFs, but I didn't have any photo paper, and I wasn't going to say it would work without testing it. :)

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