I’m curious if any of you have had sustained success printing with conductive filaments. It’s been a few years but it seems like in the past there were some consistency issues that made this a laborious process so we would mill metal parts but these can be heavy. 3D prints tend to be lighter and cheaper to iterate over.
What’s been your experience so far?
Also @NuggetScientific shared this conductive filament. Are there other good one’s?
If you print with conductive filament you need to print in a way that a continuous piece of filament goes from the top of the labware to the bottom. Conductive filament propagates signal / voltage / current great through a single layer but not across multiple layers. You can confirm this with a multimeter.
I’m curious what is your application?