2021-10-30 (Sa) EWC_Panel Four-switch array soldering

I fumbled one of my button arrays, and the corner shattered. I could have held it down with three screws, but it wouldn't look balanced, and it indicated that the base was too thin. To make the models stronger, I thickened the bottom portion and printed a new set. I already had many of the posts and discs, but I printed some more.

I soldered four switches on each test circuit board. I had to use buttons with long posts because of the gap between the top and bottom. I thought I made these compatible with short posts, but I must have a bug in the model.
Soldered switches

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