2023-11-01 (W) EWC_Cyberdeck 2/3 wiring

Wiring and soldering have taken longer than expected each time. I wanted to wire all the unique connections, not ground or power wires, in one sitting. I limited myself to attaching wires to the remaining operators but did not connect them to the microcontroller. Each wire length was at least long enough to snake between components comfortably, reach a tie point, and get to its terminal on the Arduino Mega prototyping board.

Working this way felt more efficient because I could terminate a wire and then swing it to the side so it would not interfere with my work. I must tug each conductor to ensure I bring it to the correct I/O point later.
Components wired

GitHub repo for EWC_Cyberdeck.

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