Palmiga Analog Keyboard
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Simple design to get a analog keyboard, why not make force sensors for robotic fingers? Like this one perhaps? http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:549023
3D printed with PI-ETPU 95-250 Carbon Black filament, it´s a professional 3D printer UV-stable, flexible and conductive filament.
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This filament will give you some really nice benefits if the conductivity is not an disadvantage for your 3D printed design:
•The material composition eliminates “stringing / webbing” issues.
•The hardness of 95 shore A and the carbon black filler makes for great print abilities.
•The carbon black filler is an excellent UV stabilizer thus the prints are built to last in very harsh environments.
•The matte black surface finish has a very exclusive look.
•The material feels very nice and dry to touch.
•It´s not too stretchy and will do great for timing belts etc.
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