Conductive Rubber?

Thanks for all the answers on altitude and electric motors. Next question: I have some projects in mind here at home that require some cunductive rubber sheeting. I know it exists, but am not sure what type has that property, or even a source. Any ideas?

Eric

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SWFW!

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and as a further follow-up to you "@" (nice creative name there) I did already search, thank you very much. I probably shouldn't respond to such nonsense from folks like you, however rudeness is annoying.

Eric

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That is one of DarkMatter's alias's They usually show up in his tyrade threads....I would just dump it in the killfile....

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Ross Mac

LOL

You're own reference explains that it is 'STFW', not 'SWFW'!!! 'SWFW' isn't listed anywhere on that page. Why don't you go 'RTFM' before slamming others.

daestrom

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Oops. Typo. Should be "STFW." My apologies.

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still the OP should go.

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I've heard of conductive foam rubber, often used in pressure sensitive swtiches, etc. Maybe this is what your looking for?

Anthony

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Anthony David Adams

Conductive (and anti-static) rubber sheeting is used in large quantities in electronic component manufacture and to a lesser extent in other industries (eg. explosives production and petrochemical labs).

Conductive sheet has a lower resistance from one side of the sheet to the other (generally

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Cameron Dorrough

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