2022-02-01 (W) EWC_Box Enclosure construction

My enclosure pieces were painted, and I knew how I wanted them assembled. I bought eight angle braces to install inside so none of the screw holes would be visible. I held the faceplate by screwing it into the 3/4" (19 mm) square dowels from the back.
Interior of enclosure

I mounted the dowels with some countersunk wood screws through finishing washers visible in profile. The overall look reminds me of electronics from the seventies or eighties. The recessed front is deep enough to protect the operators, even if I lay it face down.
Face side

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