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Etching your own copper panels #1: Intro.

10-25-2016 07:28 PM by splintergroup | 7 comments »

I’ve been meaning to do this tutorial for some time now, so let it begin…. Etched panels add another dimension to woodworking projects. The great thing is you can create a panel with most any image, no “talent” required. Some examples of copper. The first image has the copper cleaned and then protected with lacquer, the next two have a patina applied before sealing. You can use most any material, if you can find a way to etch it. Metals are a no-br...

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Etching your own copper panels #2: Process Summary

10-28-2016 07:54 PM by splintergroup | 4 comments »

I’ll give the entire process a quick summary here an then show the details with an actual project. Be aware that there are plenty of ways to accomplish this process, do a web search on “making PC boards” or something similar. I’ve used a number of methods when I was young. Most worked ok, but mostly they had the benefit of being cheap! The Resist: To etch copper with a pattern, you want some method of keeping the etchant away from the areas you don’t ...

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