Product # for Radio Shack Electrically Conductive Ink Pens

KilrB

KilrB

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Does anyone have the Product # for these pens? I tried to find it at the store and they didn't have it. Said it may be a On-line order only product that the stores can't get.

Or where can you get the Locktite stuff at?

I'd like to get it locally.

Thanks

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bpratt

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#2
Radio Shack only sells the stuff on line, not in their stores. You can get it at http://www.radioshack.com/produc t.asp?cookie%5Ftest=1&catalog%5Fname=CTLG&category%5Fname=CTLG%5F005%5F012%5F000%5F000&product%5Fid=910%2D3890

The pen makes too wide a swipe to do the bridges so you need to make a little puddle, dip a needle in it, and use that to close the bridges.

Have fun with it, Bill


BTW I like your web page. What kind of case is that?

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KilrB

KilrB

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#3
Thanks Bill
.

I was doing the pencil trick for awhile and then it just quit working all together. So I wanted to do it alittle better.

The case is just a generic case I pick up locally for $50. Pretty thin metal and a real lousey 250watt PS. But they look alright and thin metal is easier to cut open for fans than heavy gauge metal
. I put in a 350watt HEC PS to power the T-Bird and the fans.

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