Arduino Uno PCB

Hello, there! I was just wondering if there is some kind of Arduino PCB in order to print it and build the chipset. I'm looking for the Arduino Uno PCB, specifically, but I'd thank any Arduino PCB. Also I'd like you to tell me what components the PCB requires.

I'm kind of noob at electronics, so please don't laugh at me if I'm saying nonsense :blush:.

See ya all and thanks in advance!

Yeah; all of the design files can be found attached to the board descriptions here: http://arduino.cc/en/Main/Boards
If you're looking at making your own PCB in your kitchen, you should probably look at something like the "severino", or the "single sided really bare bones board" (Single Sided Really Bare Bones Board Arduino in EAGLE. - Instructables )
Various companies offer kits (http://www.nkcelectronics.com/Freeduino-USB-V2-complete-KIT-with-Arduino-UNO-bootloader-and-UNO-R3-headers_p_435.html ) or bare boards in varying levels of "compatibility" ( Diavolino PCB http://moderndevice.com/product/bare-bones-board-bbb-kit/ ) Be careful; some will require an additional USB/Serial cable or converter to use.

I'm kind of noob at electronics

Honestly, you'd be better off buying a real, pre-made Arduino as your first effort, and figuring out enough about it so that if you DIY for your second board, you have more debugging steps to fall back on. The $20 you might save by building your own (assuming that you already have things like etchant, solder, soldering irons, and don't send up paying excessive postage to gather the parts), really isn't worth it.

westfw:
Honestly, you'd be better off buying a real, pre-made Arduino as your first effort, and figuring out enough about it so that if you DIY for your second board, you have more debugging steps to fall back on. The $20 you might save by building your own (assuming that you already have things like etchant, solder, soldering irons, and don't send up paying excessive postage to gather the parts), really isn't worth it.

Yeah, that's pretty true, but the fact is that I live in Argentina and not only are Arduino boards overrated but deliveries also have problems because of some recent policies applying to them, so the best choice would be to build one up from scratch, and as my brother has built a CNC printer I could take advantage of that. Anyway, the worst that could happen is that the Arduino board doesn't work.

Oh, and but for the electronic compononents I do have the other materials ;).