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also see: Connections >> Solderability Tests There are a range of different conductive fabrics available. Some of the most frequently used conductive fabrics, tend to be the most available. LessEMF is a retail company that stocks a great range of conductive fabrics for electro magnetic field shielding. It seems like some of their fabrics are manufactured by Shieldex, but LessEMF renames the fabrics for their own sales and so it is unclear which ones are really the same. I’ve tried to match a few up through comparison: Shieldex: MedTex E 130 DS = LessEMF: Stretch conductive fabric Shieldex: Armor RTF = LessEMF: Zelt Conductive Fabric Shieldex >> (USA, DE) Balingen 1 x 20 cm = 4 Ohm 0.5 x 20 cm = 7 Ohm Highly conductive, nice and MedTex E 130 DS 1 x 20 cm = 13 Ohm 0.5 x 20 cm = 23 Ohm Super similar, if not the same as LessEMF’s Stretch Conductive Fabric. MedTex P 180 OS From the small sample I have it looks like a nice stretch conductive fabric to work with. Toray

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