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Nice job wbegg. I too have had a go at a bit of home PCB manufacture although I stayed "on the dark side" and used ferric chloride   smiley-evil Isn't it great when you finally try it for the first time and your board actually works. Here is a photo of my home etched minimal  Arduino board for interest and also the Iteadstudio miniscuino that had FTDI connection as well.  You also sound possibly like a fellow Aussie?


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I agree.  Nice job @wbegg.  Thank you for sharing.
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Good project, i made my standalone too: https://sites.google.com/site/grcbyte/electronica/arduino/grcduino
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After drilling your board and then applying solder to traces (before adding the parts) place the board in hot oil about 400oF to reflow it.
Gives a nice brilliant finish.
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