#1
Hi Everyone,

I'm a new member. Nice to meet you all.
I just want to ask you guys if you know a supplier of spray-able conductive shielding paint that reduce noise, hum and radio interference also can shield EMI/RFI. I'm new to this field so I am here asking you guys as you are the experts.

I'm from Philippines so I am looking for a supplier near our country maybe china. I am planning to buy 1 kg or a liter. Do you guys have a supplier suggestions?


Looking forward to your replies members

Regards,
#2
I've heard of some people using this :
http://www.krylon.com/products/magnetic_paint

Never tried it myself, but it may give you other options and better availability.
#3
I always thought they were just using metallic car paint when that was done.
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#4
As an old(er) electronics guy, I've always thought it was the same stuff used on CRTs. Look for a product called Aquadag. It's a graphite paint that is highly conductive. Looks like the same stuff used in guitar cavities.
#5
I'd forgotten about that stuff. Mighty fine suggestion.
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Telecasters
Randall RM100 & RM20
Marshall JTM45 clone
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Marshall 1960A
Boss GT-100


Cathbard Amplification
My band
#6
Quote by KG6_Steven
As an old(er) electronics guy, I've always thought it was the same stuff used on CRTs. Look for a product called Aquadag. It's a graphite paint that is highly conductive. Looks like the same stuff used in guitar cavities.


I've even bought a couple of bottles of graphite key lubricant and mixed it with paint or thinned plastidip, and made my own conductive paint for shielding cavities.
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#8
Superglue makes it impossible to do any rework if ever needed.

Use this, conductive on both sides:

EMI COPPER FOIL SHIELDING TAPE 25mm x 4m LOW IMPEDANCE CONDUCTIVE ADHESIVE
Attachments:
Copper Tape.jpg
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#10
I appreciate the gag.

I could just see a newbie posting in about a week with something like, 'I read I could superglue foil into my guitar so I did and now I need to move some pieces but I can't...please halp!"
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