Here we show off the difference between Pi grams of copper wire and Pi grams of our carbon nanotube yarn.
Full disclosure: some of the difference in length here is due to the carbon nanotube yarn being thinner. The copper wire in this video is 1.2 mm in diameter; the carbon nanotube yarn ranged from 0.7 mm to 1 mm in diameter. The length difference is so extreme, however, because of the difference in density between the two materials, which is close to a factor of 9.
Happy Pi Day!
We have talked with many people who are curious about using our carbon nanotube yarn in their projects or products, so we wanted to show off a very simple DIY project of our own. For a limited time this month (March 2019) we are having a sale on our 200 micron diameter carbon nanotube yarn, so now is an ideal time to get some! We would love to hear feedback from anyone who has tried out our materials – let us know what you are doing with them, and how they work for you!