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Vryce

Member
Joined
May 27, 2001
yeah..

make sure you don't accidentally connect any of the bridges with it..
 

jeff_harrison_344

Senior Member
Joined
Jan 23, 2001
No questions here are stupid here, dont worry. Yes, make sure you dont connect the bridges or anything, and yes it is just on the core, and make sure you only out on a paper thin layer.
 

Blue Jester_2112

Member
Joined
May 11, 2001
Hmmm....If I were to use some ASII on the head of say a pin, would it be as effective as a conductive pen for connecting bridges? Or is it not conductive enough?
 

cjtune

Member
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Dec 18, 2000
Blue Jester_2112 (Jul 23, 2001 07:53 a.m.):
Hmmm....If I were to use some ASII on the head of say a pin, would it be as effective as a conductive pen for connecting bridges? Or is it not conductive enough?

I was thinking of doing that to my friend's Tbird but since we already got a conductive paint pen so we shelved it. It should be mildly electrically conductive, high temperature resistant, non-evaporative, and easily obtainable. Hey, why not try it out and tell us about it? It should be easier to remove than conductive paint if applied wrongly...
 

Colin

Arctic Silver Senior
Joined
Dec 19, 2000
Arctic Silver is slightly capacitive and only ever so slightly conductive under extreme pressure. Each particle of silver is coated with silicone. How is it going to conduct electricity? The only way is if under extreme pressure, the silicone could be squeezed away from multiple silver particles and then multiple particles have to make contact with each other. Not very probable. Think about this on a microscopic scale.

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