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Conductive Pen Allows Users to Draw Circuits

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Circuit Scribe is a pen with conductive silver ink that allows you to draw traces on paper.  This could potentially do away with breadboards and soldering, making it much easier to prototype electronics.   Circuit Scribe is a Kickstarter project and is already funded.

 

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/electroninks/circuit-scribe-draw-circuits-instantly

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This is suppppper old.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

It is really?  Then I must be way out of things.  I thought I did a pretty thorough job of checking to see if someone else posted this.  Sorry to bother you guys. 

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So what exactly is this useful for? Breadboarding a circuit is incredibly easy to do, and most circuit design is done in software nowadays.


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Wouldn't you still need to solder to hold things like leds, resistors, etc. down? I could see this being really good for repairing broken/scratched traces

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I used this kind of pen to fix keyboards like 15 years ago.   Most recently I used it to fix my old Natural Keyboard Elite.

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