> On 15/01/11 16:31, Martyn Welch wrote:With the solution looking good, having a bit of time available and the
>> On 15/01/11 00:00, Adrian Godwin wrote:
>>> I've had a bit more of a read up about Cupric Chloride and it
>>> So I might just bite the bullet and go straight to that. Just
>>> Yes, the best bet is an old-fashioned hardware store. They usually
>> After a bit more searching I discovered Toolstation
>>> I got rather impatient trying to get it going on oxides alone. It
>> If it saves me buying H2O2, I'm game. Tanks on order, better dig out
>> At least Sodium Hydroxide (needed for the titration and otherwise
> Ok, I've got a bit further with this now :-)
> I think I have my etch tank setup. After stripping down quite a few
> I managed to kick-start the process with just oxides. It took a few
> I haven't managed to test the concentration yet, I need to get some
> I was hoping to get a chance to give the etching a bash this weekend,
weather being a bit better (so that I feel comfortable being in the
garage with the door open), I decided to give etching a go!
I've been collecting a few photos as I've been going along, so I've put
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