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A conductive textile was fabricated by vacuum-filtration using conductive ink prepared from multi-walled carbon nanotubes. The fabricated conductive textile was evaluated as its resistance varied while it was subjected to repeat stretching at strain rates of 0% to 20%. The textile samples showed resistance variations of less than ± 3% after 10,000 cycles of stretching, and the pulse of the resistance variation at a strain rate of 0% – 20% remained uniform during the stretching cycles. A motion-sensing glove fabricated with the conductive textile showed that the pulse of the oscilloscope changed accurately with movements of the fingers. These results show that the conductive textile prepared in this study can be applied to motion-sensing products.
In this study, we fabricated a conductive textile for motion sensing through resistance displacement. The conductive textile was fabricated by vacuum filtration of water-based MWCNTs ink. The subject of this study is to examine the possibility of mass production through fabricating and evaluating conductive textile using existing simple technologies. The conductive textile prepared by vacuum filtration was evaluated for resistance variations as it was subjected 10,000 cycles of repeated stretching at strain rates of 0% to 20%. The samples showed good results with resistance changes of less than ± 3% after 10,000 cycles of stretching. This result demonstrates that the conductive textile prepared by the vacuum filtration had excellent durability. The pulse of the resistance variation was uniform, which means that this textile can be applied as a reliable resistance displacement sensor. A motion-sensing glove was fabricated with the conductive textile prepared by vacuum filtration. The pulse of the oscilloscope changed accurately according to the movements of the fingers, demonstrating that the conductive textile prepared in this study can be applied to motion sensing in real products.