2023-02-21 (Tu) EWC_Box Schematic symbols

After all the changes to my connections, I decided it would be the best use of time to redraw the schematics with the computer. I should have done this first, but I still enjoy sketching out ideas with colored pens, so I do not regret having to redraw everything.

I started with the footprints I created for the faceplate and some symbols in my library. I made new blocks for components like a resistor, potentiometer, and a single connections. I will add the wiring and pin labels next.
Symbols arranged and ready for wires

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