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Re: Thanks for the info!

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  • henry_3507
    Ok, so its ITO that is the material to use. Little more complex in deposit that i hoped for but i will try this if i cant use anything else, just as long as it
    Message 1 of 4 , Jan 2, 2007
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      Ok, so its ITO that is the material to use. Little more complex in
      deposit that i hoped for but i will try this if i cant use anything
      else, just as long as it can conduct current and be more or less
      transparent so would it be ok. Interesting to know that this is what is
      used in LCD since i have actually wondered about this for a while, but
      LCD is not what i im going to make.

      It would take quite some time until this will be reality to test but i
      think that i can post some result when and if i could make it to work.
      It will all be in a experiment state first so i will also test other
      materials as well to se how they could work. But thanks both of you for
      helping my out what is normally used and how its done and what to
      expect of if!

      Thanks!

      /Henry
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