2023-10-25 (W) EWC_Cyberdeck Paint and operators

I looked at my EWC_Box and noticed that I added the screens upside-down. Even though they were rectangular, they stuck out on one side, so I could not simply spin them. I changed the drawing and cut a new faceplate.

After I cleared out the holes, I applied masking tape in angled columns. I used a specific width when I made the keyboard to accommodate the key spacing, but I used the full tape width for the MIDI section. I painted the exposed wood yellow, and after a couple of hours, I put tape over the dry paint and finished the rest with black.

When the faceplate was dry, I removed the components from the previous faceplate and moved them over. I used a wrench to tighten the nuts on my toggle switches and potentiometers.
Painted faceplate and installed operators

GitHub repo for EWC_Cyberdeck.

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