The Great Big Guide to Paper Circuits

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Creating Traces: Overview

A trace is a path that takes the place of wiring, most commonly seen on a printed circuit board. In paper circuits we'll use conductive materials as a substitute for wires on the paper's surface to connect components. In this tutorial we'll discuss three types of traces: paint, tape, and ink.

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The green lines on this PCB are the traces connecting parts of the board.