Creating circuits with conductive ink is fun and easy. It’s also a great way to get someone into electronics without using wires. If you’d like to add form to your function and increase the design appeal of your conductive ink circuits, try using a stencil mask. You can go from the simple, such as masking tape, to the more involved — in this case a circuit designed in Rhino to fit the Circuit Playground and laser cut from Mylar.
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