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Cyparagon

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Again you missed the point and you keep wandering off into the rhubarb. Do you think this product is practical or no? Why or why not?
 



Benm

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I think it could have some very niche applications, especially for the conductive kind, but would not be of any practical benefit in >99% of current electronic applications.

The non-electrically-conductive product -might- be useful if it's insulating properties are reliable, and it would be much more conductive than say thermal epoxy yet melt at a temperature you could safely get a component and a product casing to (say 150 celcius or so).
 




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