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I got some copper clad PCB material I want to etch with ferric chloride but its labeled "Photo resist copper clad board" - can I do it?
oh, well I guess that idea was fun to entertain while it lasted. Newark sent it to me in a box wrapped in clear plastic; had I even known that it was light sensitive, I still would have had to predict that they wouldn't package it properly, and open the box in a dark room.This is basically photographic film, if it has been exposed to light it is ruined, and to use the board stock plan A (cleaning the resist off) is required.
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