You can also do this with low resolution using the iron on PCB transfer papers.
In case you don't know, you can get specially treated paper that you can print
or copy the copper tracings for a circuit board onto. You can then iron the
tracings onto a copper clad board, soak the board in warm water to remove the
paper's backing, and it leaves the tracings on the copper clad board. You then
soak the board in a solution that disolves the exposed copper and BAM you have
a circuit board ready for drilling and soldering.
The same can be done onto aluminum. Just spray the metal after soaking it (to
remove the paper's backing) with epoxy to make it permenent.
OK for text but maybe not too good for graphics.
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