NEW PRODUCT – ITO (Indium Tin Oxide) Coated Glass – 50mm x 50mm – One side of the plastic is coated in ITO, you can use the flat of a blade or similar to scrape away some of the film to create ‘traces’. It may also be possible to use a laser cutter to pattern it. We’re looking forward to seeing what people do with this cool stuff!
It’s not possible to solder to this material, but you can use conductive inks, paints, copper tape (with conductive adhesive) and alligator clips to make contact.
ITO (Indium Tin Oxide) Coated PET Plastic Technical Details:
100mm by 200mm, 0.175mm thick
ITO layer on one side
50 Ω per sq inch
ITO (Indium Tin Oxide) Coated Glass Technical Details:
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very exciting! i notice you physically scratch away the surface to remove the conductive layer, so it looks pretty durable. how does it hold up when exposed to (hot) water, detergents, sunlight, abrasion, etc?