Anyone having experience with conductive filament?
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Does anyone has experience with conductive ABS filament such as this one: https://3dedge.eu/en/filaments/177-3dedge-abs-conductive-filament-175mm-1kg.html ?
I would like to make some bushings that are slightly conductive (must be lower than ~2 Megaohm over a 3mm height/12mm^2 surface area) to replace bent and soldered metal fingers, and must withstand 85C peak temperatures. This filament seems to do the job.
But will it continue to do so over 'years'? And what about a possibly moist environment?
It likely contains carbon. Do I need a hardened nozzle to print a few hundred bushings, or will regular brass do?