We’re very excited and proud new sponsors of the University of Wolverhampton’s F3 Cup Team and Formula Student Car with our ROC Cases.

We are the exclusive Flight Case sponsors of the UWR team and we have our ROC Cases logo featured on the wings of the F3 race car which looks great, giving our ROC Cases brand the coverage it deserves on qualifying and race days. It’s fantastic for us to be supporting such an incredible and skilful group of Engineers who can apply both theory and practice in the industry. Good luck to the team on the track as they strive for glory, from the driver, Shane Kelly, through to all of the team in the pits and beyond.

About University of Wolverhampton Race (UWR) Team

This race team run professionally by our engineering students is part of the University’s commitment to producing graduates who can apply both theory and practice in the industry. After the success of the UWR teams' debut year in professional motorsport; the University saw an opportunity to challenge themselves further and took delivery of a Dallara F308 in early 2016 with the intention to run in the F3 Cup. This challenge saw engineering students skills put to the test with the increase in technology and power. The University of Wolverhampton Race (UWR) Team celebrated huge success and finished second place in 2016 in its debut year racing in the F3 Cup.

(Image Credit: Andi Rusyn Photography)

The Allendale Group team enjoyed a night of fun (and slightly competitive) mini-golf, with a great meal at Firejacks once everyone had finished on the course, followed by more tasty courses at the restaurant. There were quite a few hole-in-ones but it was our IT Director, Scott, that took the crown this time around with a score of 43.

It was a great evening enjoyed by all and it was a good opportunity for everyone to meet and get to know our new Technical Product Specialist, Phil Cadman, a little more as well. Phil was at Bowers Group for 16 years and brings a wealth of Metrology knowledge with him to the Allendale Group & Machine DRO, we’re looking forward to what the future has in store with Phil onboard.

If you’re new to Bare Conductive’s Electric Paint, it’s just like any other water-based paint, except that it conducts electricity and allows you to make your projects interactive. Paint wires or sensors directly onto almost any material around you, including paper, wood, plastic and glass, then watch it come to life. Here are some quick and easy ideas on what you can do with Electric Paint.

  1. Paint a Capacitive Sensor - Turn your simple piece of paper into a capacitive sensor with Bare Conductive Electric Paint. The surface becomes conductive once the paint is applied, so when it’s connected to a small device like the Bare Conductive Touch Board, you can experiment with triggering audio and visuals by simply touching or hovering your hand over the paper.

  2. Use it with Stencils – If you want perfect graphics, using a stencil (paper or plastic) will allow you to paint perfect circuits and sensors easily with Electric Paint. You can use a pre-made stencil, or use masking tape, vinyl or paper to produce clean straight lines and shapes.

  3. Paint a Talking Poster – Yes, you read that right. Pick up some Electric Paint and a paintbrush and get started on creating a fully interactive poster design. Want to add music or sound effects? Easy. Either paint straight to the Touch Board or use Alligator Clips make each drawing into a sensor. Even the children can get involved as Bare Conductive Electric Paint is non-toxic and easy to use.

  4. Screen Print It – If you want to create a precise and repeatable graphic, you could give screen printing Electric Paint a try. Whether you are making graphical circuits or visual sensors, this technique allows you to control the shape and complexity of your design and it’s easy to duplicate this multiple times. You can print the paint on textiles, ceramics, wood, paper, glass, or plastic.

  5. Create Liquid Switches – Now, if you’re up for the challenge or you’re a pro, this one’s for you. A unique feature of Electric Paint is that it can be used in liquid form. Make your own tilt switch by submerging a spoonful of paint in baby oil, or let droplets of the material make contact with your circuit to set it off at different intervals. Give your projects new form, and experiment with liquid switches to trigger sound or light.

Browse our full range of Bare Conductive products by clicking here. Alternatively, you can contact our Technical Product Specialist for more information on 01992 455936.

(Credit: Bare Conductive)
Please wait...