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Ok. The connections are okay now that I can see the 2 layers seperately.

 I see quite a  few traces that I personallly would ripup & reroute manually to be shorter.
For example, the 3 red traces going to the analog connecter, and the blle trace going from the voltage select pins to the FTDI connector.
That comes with experience using eagle.
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alrighty then thanks fellas i think ill try both the nail varnish and matte lacquer

I wonder whether shellac would work.
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Nice board!
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Have you tried the laser transfer method?

No sir, i think it is really messy having to submerge it in water and then peel at the plastic and paper, photoresist is def the way to go  as far as resolution and ease goes.


and  i have no idea what
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shellac, varnish, "old-time" wood finishes that were used a lot more before polyurethane type conformal coatings came out.
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