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    Opto Ergo Sum bassguy's Avatar
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    Indeed I did Max!
    In exchange he'd let me try his easy aces, puma, shuredge, and/or otto...
    Last edited by bassguy; 09-26-2009 at 07:09 AM.

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    Hey.... Max.... want to do ONE MORE filly PBD?
    I got one anxiously awaiting new scales.......

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    Outstanding as always Max .I love the colour of the scales & I must admit that I prefer them to wood .
    Cheers Paul

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    Max how did you remove the copper from the G10 board? I tried pealing it but this grade of board is to good and I do not have any ferric chloride on hand. I guess I can do the cutting and basic forming and then Buy some etchent. I just hate to use the B word.

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    Default Muriatic acid and Peroxide

    Found this link For a different etchant that is locally avialable with no shipping. Cheap and good PCB etching solution..... - Electronic Circuits Projects Diagrams Free

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    Default Jobmaster Toilet and Bowl Cleaner

    I bought this cleaner several years ago at Costco so do not know if they still have that brand. It contains Phosphoric acid. I add it to the solution when cleaning range brass.

    I mixed up some Jobmaster and peroxide as in the link and it removed the copper over night. I now wonder if vinegar would also work overnight. That really would not be using the B word.
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    Max,
    What material is the Ghost Jade? I love it. Is it very expensive? Would you ever consider doing that material again?

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