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electrically conduvtive adhesive, not epoxy

electrically conduvtive adhesive, not epoxy

electrically conduvtive adhesive, not epoxy

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Hello everyone. I was trying to find some electrically conductive adhesive. I know that automatically means epoxy but I want the kind of adhesive that you find on the back of stickers or labels. Basically a re-appliable adhesive which i think is called pressure sensitive adhesive.

Any ideas?

Thanks

RE: electrically conduvtive adhesive, not epoxy

There are several electrically conductive adhesives with aluminum, copper, and gold carriers that are available by several different companies.

Things to consider is galvanic interaction between the conductive carriers to avoid rust and corrosion issues. You also need to know the amount of resistance you can tolerate and the adhesive strength required.

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