Applicators for Conductive Paint

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You’ve purchased a quart of conductive paint, pried the can open, and now you’re wondering how to use it?

Not to worry! All you need is a piston syringe to transfer the paint from the can to a squeeze bottle of your choosing.
Piston Syringe to transfer paint to 1 oz. platic squeeze bottles
 

I found these 60 cc syringes on Amazon.
Piston Syringe to transfer paint to 1 oz. platic squeeze bottles
 

The least expensive option is a needle nose plastic squeeze bottle. These come in 1/2 oz and 1 oz bottles which are easy to use for your paper computing project. When you’re ready to paint electronic traces simply clip the needle nose to the appropriate width and begin drawing a circuit.
Needle nose plastic squeeze bottle for painting electrical circuits
 

I prefer use Beachcombers Henna Set with five stainless steel needles.
Stainless Needle TIps for Painting Electrical Circuits with LessEMF CUPro Paint
 

The different gauge needle tips allow for fine control of the conductive traces.
Stainless Needle TIps for Painting Electrical Circuits with LessEMF CUPro Paint
 

As you can see the stainless steel tips will allow for a finer trace and greater control as you paint the electronic circuit.
Stainless Needle TIps for Painting Electrical Circuits with LessEMF CUPro Paint
 

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