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This pen draws circuits capable of conducting electricity

Engineers are always having to deal with new demands from the market, creating new products. The AgIC pen can draw electrical circuits on a sheet of paper.

Engineers are always having to deal with new demands from the market, creating new products. The AgIC pen can draw electrical circuits on a sheet of paper.


The market demand for increasingly smaller products with more features, led to the miniaturization of electronic components and increased the complexity of printed circuit boards (PCB). This scenario has created several challenges for test engineers, who now have to develop new products to fulfill the market’s needs.

Following this market trend, equipment manufacturers have improved their products and, today, a range of solutions is offered for the electronics industry. It is up to it to the test engineering solutions available, in order to assess which are the most suitable.

But not everything is becoming more complicated in the market. The Japanese startup Kandenko just released to the market a revolutionary product: the AgIC pen. It is an incredible novelty that will surely leave many people impressed, including professionals. It can draw circuits on paper, and those circuits have the capability to conduct electricity.

The promotional video shows how the pen works, step by step. The project “Future with bright lights” allows the tracing to connect and transform different forms in 3D energized miniatures, such as small paper cities. And all this in a simple and practical way.

For some time, the project was being developed and sought support on Kickstarter in order to come to fruition. Now, using simple lines, the AgIC pen puts together a fully lit scene, ideal for various projects of Engineering and Architecture.

The industry of circuits is rapidly growing in popularity, due the increasing innovation and its multiple applications and in electronic design. There is also a vast offer in terms of circuit design software, and currently we can find the all kinds of printed circuits in various devices, such as mobile phones, televisions, GPS, cameras, and so on.

Fortunately, the price of circuits keeps going down which, along with the creation of new kinds of circuits, is fairly positive in order to allow developers to create new and more innovative products and devices.

24 y/o, born and living in Portugal. Majored in Biology, but tech and computers were always a passion. Wrote for sites like Windows.Appstorm and MakeTechEasier.

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