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bobthebanana

I use a dremel with the thinnest cutting wheel I have. It's certainly not the best way, I'm sure, but I can't think of any other ways to cut out an exact shape. Just gotta make sure I hold my breath!

SirNickity

Meh, that's what I do too.  It sucks when I'm trying to cut a board apart several inches deep, since I can't ever get the Dremel at a perfect 90 to the board.  (The tool's body is larger than the wheel diameter.)

CrossRoads

Why not clamp it in place and take a hacksaw to it? That's what I do.
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vasquo

I use a Jig Saw. 

Though I'm tempted to make something like this.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61Q_6-cRua4

scottyjr

All done.


After etching.


Finished board. (Hope it works!)

- Scotty

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