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Thanks for all the help guys. With this, I will probably get it done soon, just need to do some more research in the procedure and aftercare. Other than that, good to go then. I'll probably get parylene, and then replace it with TiN if/when I can. Thanks again.
That's awesome, thanks.With that I may do it now. One other thing though, would a magnet like https://supermagnetman.com/collections/neodymium/products/d1005a-parylene?variant=11410256259 be good to implant as is (obviously after inspecting coating under microscope, testing samples from the batch in saturated salt water…