Of course it can be used ti fit any SOIC14 ic into a DIP14 footprint.
This project is open source (CC-by-SA), and boards can be ordered directly from OSHPark, it amounts to about 1$ per chip.
You need the two boards for one adapter, the top board holds the SMD, the bottom board holds the pins for the DIP socket
Pins 1,2,6,7,8,9,13,14 go through both boards, pins 3,4,5,10,11,12 go only in the bottom board, they’re connected to the top through the six small holes in the middle, I use resistor or diode legs for the pins, on OSH, it amounts to a total of 1$ per adapter
Project available at OSHPark