2021-10-14 (Th) EWC_Panel Captive-button arrays

I couldn't remember how I spaced my button rods, and I feared I spaced them evenly across the top, even though they needed to stick to the hole spacing of prototyping circuit boards. Fortunately, I based the size of the enclosure on the known distance, so I was safe. The first print was a couple of the four-button arrays. I tried to support the plungers so they wouldn't interfere with the gaps between the chassis and shafts. I didn't arrange them well, and the print failed. I angled one at thirty degrees in the second attempt and added supports, but the other one was flat on the platen. Hopefully, they turn out well.
Second print attempt on printer screen

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