2021-11-20 (Sa) EWC_Panel Drum machine faceplate assembly

I cleaned up some of the square hole edges with a razor. When I first cut the panel, I drilled the mounting holes for the sixteen switches, but I needed to clear them out since they got polyurethane in them. The next time I cut one of these faceplates, I will be sure to drill and cut from the front so I don't get any visible blowout. I could still mount all the operators, but the imperfections might be visible. I already had black countersunk bolts, so I ordered stainless steel, and I like the contrast.
Drum machine faceplate with operators

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