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Have seen black FR4 copper clad bored for light blocking, night vision and aerospace applications at an industrial level, but is there anyone retailing Coloured copper clad on a smaller scale?
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seconded

I have an old radio shack branded 8 bit isa sound card (my first sound card ever) but its so cool cause its on a jet black pcb and the mask is clear so you see bright tinned traces all over it

very slick, always wanted to find some of that stuff
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I never knew they made colored copper clad boards.  I always thought they just creatively solder masked..
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I've seen Blue, Red, and Black from this eBay Seller:

   http://shop.ebay.com/abcfab/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=25

As well as some non-FR4 material that was essentially white.  I've bought from them several times now and been pleased with the material...
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Thanks westfw, just ordered from abcfab as they were willing to ship to the UK  smiley
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You can always dye your own boards, here's a good video by Kat of Sonodrome who shows us how to make coloured PCB's using dyes:



http://www.sonodrome.co.uk/tutorials.html
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