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Nontoxic, solvent free and water soluble, Electric Paint is a great prototyping tool, and works on paper, plastic, textiles, wood, plaster, glass, and most other surfaces. Once applied the paint dries quickly at room temperature, and can be removed with soap and water.

Electric Paint can be used like any other water-based paint, which makes it great for applications involving painting, screen printing, stencilling, or even as watercolour.

For permanent applications, or to create multi-layer circuitry, Electric Paint can be insulated using standard acrylic or water-based paints. Want to make it more intelligent? Use it alongside microcontrollers like the Touch Board, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, MaKey MaKey, or LilyPad.

Put this flexible, revolutionary material in your toolbox today!

LEVEL: Beginner to Expert Engineer

How to Seal Electric Paint
Easy
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Artist Thomas Evans explains how to make your projects smudge proof!

How to Seal Electric Paint

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Making Distance Sensors
Intermediate
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Full instructions

Learn how to trigger the Touch Board over distance.

Making Distance Sensors

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Conductive Ink 101
Easy
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Protip

Create custom paper lamps with black Electric Paint and silver CircuitScribe ink.

A quick tutorial on diluting Electric Paint
Easy
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Protip

Diluting Electric Paint. How to do it, and what the consequences are.

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