2021-10-31 (Su) EWC_Panel Timer faceplate

I was short one of the new chassis pieces with the thick base, so I started a print with six models. Sadly, they came out crooked and unusable. I lost my 7-segment display adapter, but I made a second, so I desoldered the pins and installed it with #2 bolts and nuts, but I could have used M2 hardware.

I assembled a few more switch arrays by cutting new PCB strips and soldering switches to them. On my hardboard faceplate, I marked where the wires would penetrate so I could cut them later. Now that I had my parts selected, I did a dry fit to test how deep I needed the board to sit, and it should be 14mm off the bottom of my tin box.
Hole markings

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