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Conductive spray on paint..

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Jamie, Aug 20, 2011.

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  1. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

    A while ago I ran out of my supply of conductive spray in an
    aerosol can. I never gave it any thought but today after talking
    to some one that needs such a paint, it reminded me to look for
    a source to get some more.. How ever, I can't find any and I
    don't remember what I used last and can't reference it because the can
    is most likely a composite of some new chinese made product by now.

    What I had before was a chrome paint but it was conductive enough
    for shielding. The conductive properties via a surface check with the
    DMM was sort of weak but it worked well as RF shielding and gave a
    rather ok shine, not something I would use in a case of real chrome
    I would rather not use a copper paint. Does any one know where to
    purchase an aerosol can of semi conductive paint?

  2. MG chemicals

    Not chrome , but a dull grey/black.

  3. Joerg

    Joerg Guest

    Ask them if they sell in the US, they've got a Ni-version if you don't
    like copper:

    A call here can't hurt either:
  4. Jamie

    Jamie Guest

  5. Winston

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