If had more time for PCB production, I'd send it to itead or oshpark, but unfortunately this wasn't the case. On the other hand, friend of mine has CNC milling machine, which can be used to mill out the PCBs. This process isn't that fine as th usual 0,15/0,15mm rules, so I had to rework my PCBs to fit his requirements. What more, single-sided PCBs are somehow better for CNC manufacturing than double-sided, so I had to take this aspect into account and design single sided PCBs. After a good hour of optimizing things, I got this
Blue lines are copper traces on bottom side, red ones are projected to be wire links on top side. Keyboard PCB was un-double-sided too
And I also designed FR4 enclosure for the thing
Great thing about home-made PCBs is the development cycle speed. Next day I had my PCBs prepared - the enclosure
as well as the "functional" PCBs
The PCBs look a bit dull on the photo, as I brushed it and covered with solution of colophony with acetone, to stop it from oxidizing and help with soldering. In reality it looks better.