Actually nothing is cheaper than using the tons of junk mail that you get every day. I get one magazine type that is the perfect 8x10 size, I don't ev3en have to adjust the printer.Nerdegutta pointed out my thread,
How I make PCBs
I like wax paper because it is a lot cheaper than magazines, and pretty effective. The basic techniques are similar though.
I may eventually end up gong to photographic methods for the same reasons though. Double sided alignment is a major pain.
It's no fun if someone else does it. Take a look at Express PCB and Express Schematic. Both very easy to use. There is probably better software out there but the learning curve is going to be greater.If someone wants to convert my schematics to a pcb design I'll give you a few bucks for your time. I just can't seem to get it to work. For instance, I can't find a schematic for a 3 digit 7 segemtn display. Or when I do get soemthing put together there are errors all over and I can't figure out how to fix them.
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