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.The circuit consists of 3 flat square LEDs, connected to the Conductive Thread. . The anode and cathode of the LEDs were cut and bent. . Three ends ...
. The Anode and Cathode of the LEDs were bent over the conductive thread. . The LEDs were connected in Parallel.
. The Circuit was tested by connecting to a DC power supply
. A rectangular piece of Aluminium, of size 8 cm by 5 cm with 3mm thickness, was used as a mould. . The circuit was sealed in the ...
. Once dried, the silicone was easily removed from the mould. . The silicone is very adhesive and normally will glue to most materials. . The surface of ...
. The silicone circuit was further connected to a power supply and illuminated instantly creating a nice strong glow.
. It was interesting to note that the silicone could be bent to almost 360 degrees on either side. . While bending the silicone circuit, the LEDs inside, ...
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