One or two sided boards, up to 4.5" x 5.5". Cut, routed, and drilled. No though hole plating, so you be careful not to have pads on the same side as a though hole part- these will be impossible to solder.
The SeaportTools board router is an OtherMill. It can also cut wax molds and other limited depth 3-D milling jobs.
The fastest way to get your board printed is to design it using Eagle PCB and check it against this Design Rules file (smallest bit I have is 1/64th").
Save the .BRD file and email it to...
...with the subject "Please Route This PCB". I'll reply to let you know I got it and give you an estimate of when it will be done.
I can also accept Gerber GTL and GRB files and straight G-code files along with .txt drill files. One sided boards are easier and faster to route. Note that your board outline can be an intersting shape - just put it on the Dimension layer.
If your board is small enough (less than 4.5" x 5.5") and well formed, then it will likely be ready for you to come pick up in a couple of hours.
While I am happy to try to help with problems, there is plenty of info on designing PCBs on the web and the easier you make it for me, the faster you'll be able to get your board.