Maplin (now in Jervis Street) do a 3ml phial of electrically conductive
paint which can be used for repairing pcb's. Catalogue page 1226 at about £8
Also at www.maplin.co.uk
I'd usually use very fine copper wire and a microfine soldering bit.
Failing that try Radionics/RS Components.
How big a repair do you need to do ?
> I know this is wayyyyyyyyyy OT but,
>> Anyone know where I could get such a beast ?? - It paints a conductive ink
> that can restore scratched PCB's
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