The search term you want is "conductive polymer"L
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. Polymer! That's the word I was trying to think of earlier.
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Anything you need would need to be infused with graphite, and alot, which would weaken the material.
I know PVC or almost any type of vinyl can hold a static charge, and I would guess if you plate the plastic with copper or some other metal it may be conductive I duno if thats what you are looking for but I hope it helps
Is this a joke? As far as I know, no type of plastic is conductive!Sorry for being kinda harsh!
lol. Same here.
. While most (all?) plastics1 are not inherently conductive, it's very easy to make them so with additives. Resistance will be higher than metal wire, but that's not usually a big problem with low power circuits and short runs.1 Plastics is a pretty generic term that covers a lot of materials. I'm assuming the OP was referring to materials such as HDPE, PET, &c.