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Understanding today's technologies can be regarded as as a survival behavior!
Well, this is much easier to do with smart, fun and useful tools and DIY solutions!

These experienced and optimised on-line resources may help you ubnderstand better understanding what your phone or any other of you favorite electronic device really has in its belly.
But please, be advised readig what follows is brave, but risky, as you may soon turn to think:
Hey! My electronics should mostly be made of Paper!

Paper has been used for long in electronics such as dielectrics for cappacitors and microphones among others.
But most electronic devices turned to use plastics as better embedders and insulators of the remaining electro-functional parts of an electronics circuit.
Plastics provide durable materials as long as they do not break or get obsolete. More sustainable resources such as Paper are less durable by are surely in better accordance with our average consumption rythm. We chose these to develop our Hardware Fabrication Kits.

Resistive touch sensors made with more than 95% of paper, 2 to 5% of PET Cover and less than 1% metal can be produced of any size and shape using these guides. Such sensors and development resources and guides have been experienced world-wide since 2003. Check out the Applications page for information.

However, dear reader please always remember that:

However, dear reader please always remember that:

However, dear reader please always remember that: