2021-10-19 (Tu) EWC_Panel Cured button array parts

My prints came out all right, but I had a lot to get them very clean since they were small. I used a razor knife to trim away the burrs from support material and any sloppy edges. I was pleased when the shafts fit into the chassis holes without resistance, and I could press the discs onto the posts and make a tight fit. I tried some of each orientation. There were some cases where the disc was on the outside and some inside the chassis.

My printer made the first few layers thinner than the model, so I tried to increase the PCBThickness variable, but I discovered a bug because it only made the model taller. I fixed it and arranged a couple of chassis parts, a bunch of discs, and a matching number of shafts. I trimmed the pieces and set them to cure.
All the pieces fit

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