Skin safe conductive ink from Bare Conductive makes YOU the electronic device. The way it works is a conductive ink is applied directly onto the skin allowing your skin to become electronic circuitry. When the ink is on your skin it you to interact with electronics through gesture, movement, and touch. The ink is applied with a brush, stamp or spray and is non-toxic and temporary. This is a boundary challenging material. At Inventables we've seen conductive ink before for paper but skin safe is a new arena. Check out this video to get the idea.
Choosing the right 3D carving bit for the job at hand can be an extremely important factor in whether a project comes out amazingly, alright, or not at all. Combine that with having more choices of bits than materials, and choosing the right bit can be quite a difficult task. However, by answering a simple set of questions, you can greatly simplify your choice of bit. Here are the things you need to ask: What material am I cutting? What is my machine capable of? What shape am I cutting? Let’s quickly go through each of these and what they mean. What material am I cutting? Your material is one of the most important single factors in choosing a bit. Materials have a lot of properties that matter both for your design and cutting (hardness, density, size) as well as just for cutting (how does it chip? melting point, thermal conductivity). For any combination of these properties, one thing remains constant: your bit must be sharp. A dull bit will always cut