Conductive Wire Glue

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If you can glue you should.

No need for solder anymore; now you have Wire Glue! It acts like a glue, it acts like a wire, it tastes like . . . just kidding – don’t eat it, and it’s stupendously-awesome-incredible. Put simply, it sticks bits together and allows electricity to flow between them. Wire Glue is great for repairing wires, gluing together electronic kits, and really, is a great safe (i.e. no heat) way of introducing children to electrical engineering. Get some now, and get in on the microcarbon revolution early.

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Posted by RGS   @   25 February 2009 7 comments
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Feb 28, 2009
6:34 am
#1 Michael Peterson :

Conductive wire glue is a great idea and very useful. I am almost 50 years old, and there are countless times in my life when I could have used such a product. Hurrah to the people who made this item a reality.

Mar 2, 2009
3:30 am
#2 Susan :

Does this (sooner or later) get hard… and brittle… and cracks?

Or does it stay soft and flexible for years?

Apr 8, 2009
1:26 am
#3 Andrew Smith :

Thats all I need now to go into houses and see people using this on their home wiring well there goes a couple more house.

Apr 8, 2009
2:51 am
#4 Nick J :

Wow! That looks amazing, assuming it doesn’t create a lot of resistance and holds up well. Still, I’ve been disappointed by the stuff they sell on that site before – they also sell a clock that “runs” on water.

Apr 26, 2009
2:42 am
#5 Jeff Malewski :

Interesting Idea. Very useful in heat sensitive circuits. Maybe I’m “Old School” but I think our kids still need to learn to solder the old fashioned way. else that also become a “Lost Skill”. I’ve been soldering since age 14, but have had to stop in recent years due to low visual acuity. I would continue now, if the technology existed that would allow me to safely. I hate depending on others to do something I used to be able to do. They might not take the same care I would when assembling a circuit. Nothing quite like the aroma of rosin core solder.

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