This is 30 feet of conductive thread spun from stainless steel fiber and wound on a plastic bobbin. Use it to sew up all of your e-textile projects. This small bobbin is a great way to get into wearable electronics without the upfront cost of buying an entire spool of thread. 30 feet of thread is enough to get a simple design stitched onto your shirt, backpack or hat. What sets this thread apart from the other conductive thread that we carry is the fact that itâs actually spun from this stainless steel fiber and doesnât have a nylon core. This means that while it may not be easy to solder to, because itâs stainless, it also wonât burn up when you touch it with a soldering iron. Suitable for hand or machine sewing (as a bobbin thread), itâs particularly âtoothyâ, which means that it grabs tight to your fabric- if youâve had problems with slippery conductive thread that wonât lay flat or knot, this thread will be a welcome relief. Weâve had no trouble using it for close, tight connections, but if youâre worried, waxing the thread should keep it manageable! Features: Made from Stainless Steel FibersResistance: 28 Ohms/FtReplaces:DEV-10516
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