2023-12-04 (M) EWC_Cyberdeck Faceplate operators

As I predicted, I received and installed the 7-inch screen with M3 bolts. The screen was shorter than anticipated, so some red PCB is visible at the top and bottom. I could create a bezel to cover this and some of the exposed electronics, but that is not worth the work and materials.

I had black and yellow buttons for the square operators on the screen's left, but I thought the mix here looked silly, so I opted for all yellow caps. I also received some colored encoder caps, so I swapped them on the MIDI unit for the taped ones I used. I measured the two units side-by-side and determined that a 24" piece of hardboard should be a good choice for constructing a mounting surface.
Completed faceplates

GitHub repo for EWC_Cyberdeck.

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