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Applies to a device or a material and describes either electrical or thermal conductivity. As opposed to insulative. This is a qualitative term in which the boundary between conductive/insulative will vary according to application/use.

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Want gives a good overview of the known conductive fabric merchants Fashioning Technology blog should give you some inspiration A trip to the store with a multi-meter can be enlightening. Various commonly available tapes, fabrics, gels, packages etc. are conductive. …
answered Apr 4 '10 by terrace