2023-12-20 (W) EWC_Cyberdeck Bottom panel and keyboard

The bottom panel was the largest piece of the project and touched the most parts, but it lacked the precision I had with the laser-cut parts. I rested it on the frame and took a few minutes to align it as neatly as possible because I did not have square ends. I added fasteners at the ends of the three long aluminum bars, but I need more on the portion holding the keyboard since all the weight will rest here while carrying.

I mounted the corner pieces from the inside, and I love how the recessed black and yellow panels look next to the industrial black aluminum. The keyboard is currently unmounted but fits neatly.
More and more assembled

GitHub repo for EWC_Cyberdeck.

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