2021-12-01 (W) EWC_Panel LED panel mounting

The last time I printed my spacers and brackets, my printer ran out of resin, so I filled it and started again. Oops. I was ready to mount the LED panels. My early plan was to print corners that would lock in the PCBs like a photo in a scrapbook. Luckily I remembered there were mounting holes already. I made a 1:1 photocopy of the three panels taped together to help everything align and made divots through the paper with a centering punch. The dents were deep, so the 9/64" drill bits didn't walk. I cleaned up the holes with a large drill bit. I mounted M3 couplers on the inside with bolts from the outside. I mounted my light panels to the couplers, and they looked great, plus their backs were off the metal surface.
Holey lunch box and wired LEDs

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