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JanD


Some stainless steels do react with acid, note - 'stainless' refers to many different alloys.

There are systems where the acid etching is done sealed inside a zip-loc bag, then afterwards you pour in a neutralizing powder to turn the acid into harmless solid.  Perhaps this is more possible for you?

Sounds interesting, but I tried to buy some PCB from Dorkbot, and the thing I had the most problem with, the customs, was no problem. So for now I'm going to get my PCBs from there.

Thanks everybody,
JanD

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