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!

Interested in learning more about LEDs?

See our LED page for everything you need to know to start using these components in your project.

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  • Member #565123 / about 8 years ago / 1

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

    P.S. miss you guys!! ~Jessie

    • Dia / about 8 years ago / 1

      We miss you too! How are we supposed to wait until September?!

  • Member #470975 / about 8 years ago / 1

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

    • Dia / about 8 years ago / 1

      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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