2014-12-04 (Th) Color/Touch Sensory Panel

The edges of the frames were routed with a handheld router by clamping the frame in a vise and routing the edges not in the clamp. The routed corners and rough spots were smoothed on a belt sander.

 Clamped frame and router
Routed corner before sanding. Dull bit created the burn marks

Smoothing edges with a belt sander

To do:
  1. Take measurements
  2. Paint
  3. Design light hood
  4. Build/print light hoods
  5. Build electronics
  6. Program Arduino
  7. Cut polycarbonate sheets
  8. Install switches
  9. Install light hoods
  10. Install electronics
  11. Install polycarbonate

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