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  • Product COM-10994 | about 2 years ago

    Not a spec, but as shown in the tutorials, they are using it to vary resistance in a circuit. I cant watch the video currently due to school video watching blocks, and I dont feel this is worth circumventing them for, but I hope it is useful.

    Edit Emailed Bare Conductive and they replied that “The material’s Resistance is around 60 ohms/sq (i.e. a 1mmx1mm square) at a thickness of approx .1mm. In truth it really depends on how you apply the material as shape and layer thickness can change the properties dramatically.” Then continued to say that you can paint it or stencil it and her preference is silk screening.

    Very quick support and informative support staff, I think ill get a case.

  • Product COM-10994 | about 2 years ago

    The Bare Paint site says 50ml per container

    Edit, now redundant as sparkfun changed the info

  • Product PRT-10540 | about 3 years ago

    The largest available beam is 30cm which translates to roughly 1ft. In short, no.
    I would suggest searching on ebay for 80/20 aluminum, it is the same/ similar product, however available in many sizes and lengths. I would also suggest using a simple CAD program like google sketch up, or trying out Solidworks or Autocad to design your CNC before purchasing. A ruler can help a bunch in figuring out measurements.

  • Product CEL-09607 | about 4 years ago

    having the same problem, please help

  • Product COM-09578 | about 4 years ago

    Agreed, COOL!
    How clear is the speech?

  • Product TOL-00085 | about 4 years ago

    I was wondering the same thing…

  • Product COM-09278 | about 4 years ago

    :0 another FIRST robotics team on Sparkfun! Im from 3021 and i was thinking the exact same thing

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