Anyone regularly make PCBs?

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alexh
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Anyone regularly make PCBs?

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I don't regularly make PCBs but I'm wondering what the cheapest route is.

I want to make an uber simple very tiny 1-layer 16-pin DIL to 8-pin SOIC (ATTiny25) adapter.
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Absolute cheapest is probably JLCPCB, but for tiny boards OSHPark is probably the best value.

https://pcbshopper.com will do a price comparison (like you get for insurance) too.

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