2019-10-26 (Sa) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_Presenter

The first iteration of the faceplate was a good starting point, and I did not waste any exotic materials. For the second version, I added mounting holes for the Arduino, which I researched dimensions. Clearance around the keypad buttons was increased because the buttons would stick or get blocked.
Laser-cut acrylic

On the second faceplate version, I had fewer notes for things I wanted to change. The Arduino mounting holes did not align properly, which may have been an error when I entered their locations, and I wanted the whole unit closer to the center of the faceplate. I placed two holes between the potentiometers where I planned to use a couple of fender washers to hold them from below, but a single was sufficient, and a pair interfered with one another.
Parts installed and notable issues

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