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Electrically Conductive Pastes Are Gaining Traction

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Cabe Atwell
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Re: Something to Keep in Mind
Cabe Atwell   5/8/2014 10:36:14 PM
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I bet Litton Guidance & Control Systems are kicking themselves now that electrically conductive paste is used worldwide for just about every countries respective navies.

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Something to Keep in Mind
tekochip   5/7/2014 9:54:48 AM
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I haven't used the stuff since I worked in Agricultural Electronics, but it's the kind of material to keep in mind because it is a real problem solver.

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Neat idea
Jim_E   5/7/2014 9:22:32 AM
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That's pretty neat that a simple paste can be so beneficial for electrical connections.

As one who has suffered from bad car battery terminal connections, I see how this could be really good.

 

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