2024-05-06 (M) PCBDiceTower REV4 assembly

PCBs for the fourth tower arrived. I started by installing the bezels with M2 bolts and nuts. I put in 28 of each, which felt excessive, and the bolts stuck into the interior, which could scuff dice. The black and yellow bezel looked lovely, and the silver three-sided piece was attractive.
Side panel with bezels

I installed electronics on the back panel, including decorative copper wire. The red and yellow bezel had 1.6mm holes, so I held it with tape. To dampen the lights, I used four layers of white paper towel with the usual blob of hot glue, which helped immensely.
Lighted back panel

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