2023-06-03 (Sa) KeyBoardolier Extension cutting and painting

I took my mostly-complete design to the laser cutter and started the most prominent piece. While it was processed, I tweaked the other parts and double-checked my dimensions. I nearly forgot the left edge and ultimately neglected the right side. Another mistake was failing to flip a feature that would be on the bottom. It would have cut the same, but scorching appears on the bottom, and etched text does not.
Cut components

Cutting took most of the day because I had to go back over and change parts, and I added a lot of the tiny wooden donuts to act as washers, which I placed manually. I picked a glossy back for the top to match the existing parts and red for the bottom. I did not apply the red consistently, and in one spot, it filled the text, and I wiped it away with a towel. I will not worry since it is the underside.
Painted parts

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