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    Default Etching Kit

    Hello All
    I hope this is the right place to post this. I was at Radio Shack last weekend and found that they had their PCB Etching Kit on sale for $2.99. I bought the two they had and then When to another store and saw three more but I didn't know what I would do with them all. I know I want to try to etch 3 new strobe boards for my $6 strobes that the boards cracked or were damaged. I think It's going to be a fun challenge once I finish up Repairing my led strings. Then I have some north pole lights to change out the globe socket to rbg.

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    well if you have space on the PCB's your going to etch make traces larger and be sure to create that spaghetti-o ring around where your going to solder to ...its near impossible to solder if it disappears just some tips if your going to mod anything
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