2023-12-09 (Sa) EWC_Cyberdeck Screen assembly and planning

When my polyurethane was dry, I redrilled the three-millimeter holes, which were partially obstructed by wood splinters and poly. I ordered 100 black hex socket bolts for mounting the panels to the faceplate, and I am pleased with how they look. I may swap out some of the other bolts for this type.

I measured the faceplate and keyboard to sketch up a rudimentary shape in CAD and extract some measurements for the final enclosure. I should have ample space for the battery and computer. I decided to use a Bluetooth speaker instead of installing an amplifier and wired speakers into the case, which will simplify the build and reduce the internal component count.
Mounted screen and MIDI sections

GitHub repo for EWC_Cyberdeck.

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