You can draw circuits! But does it make sense? Conductive Ink Pen Experiment!

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In this video I will be having a closer look at conductive ink pens and find out whether they are useful when it comes to creating electronics circuits. I will test 2 different types by doing an experiment targeting the resistance, current capability and frequency response. At the end we will know for certain in which way such conductive ink pens can be used.

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0:00 Conductive Ink Pens?
1:39 Intro
2:25 Initial test
3:38 Focus on the silver pen
4:30 Resistance test
5:42 Max Current test
6:54 Frequency test
8:42 Verdict
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