Is CaiKote EMI more flexible than CircuitWriter?
Since CircuitWriter ink is not very flexible, is CaiKote EMI any better, in terms of flexibility?
For maximum flexibility, the CircuitWriter traces SHOULD BE CURED under a light bulb or similar method for a period of time (20 minutes +/-). Then the CircuitSealer (conformal coating) should be applied, and cured in the same manner.
The CaiKote EMI, on the other hand, is used for entirely different purposes than the CircuitWriter. The CaiKote EMI is copper based wth a modicum of silver. The CircuitWriter is silver based with some nickel.
To explain this further, the following is an excerpt from our website:
"CaiKote EMI is a highly conductive coating which provides shielding against EMI & ESD. It is an extremely conductive, stabilized copper/silver coating.
It provides excellent shielding against radiated EMI electromagnetic interference) and ESD (electrostatic discharge), especially in applications requiring resistance and attenuation stability in very difficult environmental conditions.
It also acts as a highly reflective coating for EM energy due to its low absorption.
May be used as a protective coating for most materials, i.e., glass, plastic, metal, rubber, etc."