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    Help with indenity of material

    I know one of you smart fellows know exactly what this material is. It is used on a chemical etching system.. The positive lead is connected to the material with a stainless bolt. The chemical and wick on the other side. Basically it's used as the electrical conductor. It looks like some kind of conductive carbon material [
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    It looks like it's a carbon ceramic material; it's relatively inert and is often used for electrodes.

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    It is solid graphite. You can buy a piece here: https://www.mcmaster.com/#graphite/=1ecregv
    It machines easily.

    RWO

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    Looks like a ceramic carbon brake pad.

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    Thank you Gentlemen, I knew you guys would know what this material was. And thank you RWO for the link.

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