This EeonTex fabric is a bidirectionally stretchy nylon/spandex, elastic fabric coated with a long-lasting conductive formulation. This material has found use in soft, biometric strain and pressure sensors, such as for beds and seats, or where conforming to irregular shapes is the only thing required. Each sheet of the EeonTex Conductive Stretchable Fabric is pre-cut into 12 inch by 13 inch sheets about 0.38mm thick. This fabric is very versatile and perfect for anyone interested in wearables and e-textiles.
EeonTex Conductive Stretchable Fabric is highly conductive with a tunable surface resistivity in the range of 10E4 to 10E7 ohm/square. Additionally, it is extremely flexible with a mass per unit area of 4.8 oz/sq.yd. and a warp of 198--248 with an 85 percent warp recovery.
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Skill Level: Competent - You might need to break out the power tools. Nothing beyond a power drill or rotary tool should be required, but you might have a hard time with just a screwdriver and hammer. Cutting holes into plastic or metal might be required.
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How will this fabric react to or in water? From a quick google search I found quotes like: “Practically insoluble in water and concentrated acids”, so can this be in or near water?
Might be perfect for a DIY foil and saber fencing lames.
It would be interesting to see if a Taser-resistant garment could be made out of this stuff... The resistance might be too high. Curious.