Do you mean besides getting the PCBs manufactured for you based on an electronic file you supply? places like http://www.batchpcb.com/ or http://pcbexpress.com/ are expensive, but the result is more proffessional than what you can do at home. Assuming you could squash what you have now in a 6"x3" to 4"x2", and wanted only 1 or 2, it would cost you at least $60 plus postage. It's all about how you value your time. PCB manufacturers seem expensive, but really, if they save you say 2 hours of labour, and an hour of running around getting supplies, it quickly becomes obvious that they aren't as bad value as first impression.If you don't want to go down the chemical etching path, pretty much the only other home option is a CNC router. After the setup cost (?US$1000??) you just pay for the router bits and the blank PCB.