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I need to etch a small (4.2x2 inch) one sided circuit board for a project I'm 
working on. I tried doing it myself with rub-on transfers and chemicals from 
radio shack, but when I etched it the transfers came off and it got ruined. I 
also tried building the thing on prefboard, but it's a serious mess, and I'm 
afraid it'll short out.

After a bit of research I have decided that using a photographic process 
would be the best option.

The problem is I don't have the equipment or needed for this, and don't plan 
to do this sort of thing often enough to make it worth getting the equipment.

Does anyone have/have access to the stuff required to turn a printout of a 
circuit into an etched board and the willingness to help me out? I'll be 
happy to pay for any materials/chemicals used up in the process.

Anyone has any other suggestions for ways I could do this myself?

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