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Getting Started with Bare Conductive

We have a number of Bare Conductive products and guides to help you dive in.

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Bare Conductive came onto the scene in 2009, ushering in a new line of printed electronics technology. Since then, they have continued to release new, original products that use their renowned conductive paint and easy-to-use development kits to introduce a new way of interacting with the world of electronics. The London-based company has long been one of our favorite partners that supports e-textile products and learning material in an innovative way.

SparkFun has carried Bare Conductive products since 2011, and we've developed several tutorials and videos to support each of their products. Let's check them out, along with some fun tutorials and project ideas!

Bare Conductive Paints:

Bare Conductive - Electric Paint (50ml)

Bare Conductive - Electric Paint (50ml)

COM-10994
$29.95
1
Bare Conductive - Electric Paint Pen (10ml)

Bare Conductive - Electric Paint Pen (10ml)

COM-11521
$11.95
3

Bare Conductive Development Tools:

Bare Conductive Touch Board

Bare Conductive Touch Board

DEV-13298
$59.95
3
Bare Conductive Touch Board Pro Kit

Bare Conductive Touch Board Pro Kit

KIT-15055
$199.95

Bare Conductive Printed Sensors (3 pack)

SEN-14696
Retired

Projects Using Bare Conductive:

Bare Conductive Musical Painting

May 5, 2015

Learn how to make a musical painting using the Bare Conductive Touch Board and Conductive Paint.

Sound Page Guide

May 22, 2015

How to use the Lilypad MP3 Player and some Bare Conductive Paint to make a fandom silhouette sound trigger page.

The Great Big Guide to Paper Circuits

May 22, 2015

Let's take a look at different materials we can use to combine paper crafting and electronics.

What project have you made recently or in the past that uses Bare Conductive? Leave a comment below and let us know.


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