2015-01-16 (F) Color/Touch + Sound

The halfway point was marked on each piece of wood except the cross-members. The inside halfway mark of the channeled pieces was used to place angle brackets. The brackets were placed slightly elevated from the level they would rest on. This was so when the prototype is set down it will not gouge the table surface. The holes for the brackets were marked and piloted before the brackets were installed with #10 screws. Only enough brackets were purchased for two enclosures.

 Marking the center line of a channeled piece

Marked holes for an angle bracket
Four installed angle brackets

Lines were drawn on the outside face of each base pieces, the ones without channels, to mark the screw locations. The lines were drawn using a 1" (25mm) and 1 1/2" (37mm) square. The intersections were all 1" (25mm) from the short edge. The bottom intersection was 1" (25mm) from the bottom. The top intersection was 1 1/2" (37mm) from the top. Pilot holes were drilled at the intersections.

 Using the 1" (25mm) width of the square to get a line 1" (25mm) from the short edge

Drilling pilot holes

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