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July 21, 2015 AT 12:00 pm

Print Conductive Circuits With An Inkjet Printer #makereducation

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Awesome project tutorial from Maximous via instructables!

This tutorial will teach you how to modify your average inkjet printer to be able to print electrically conductive circuits. This technology is fairly new but can provide a faster and safer prototyping option for DIY printed circuit boards. This project also acts as an introduction to the larger field of printed electronics.

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