2021-10-12 (Tu) EWC_Panel Project boxes

When I designed the faceplates, I was going for an only-the-basics look. Later, I reconsidered, and I'm going to install all my devices into decorative tins, like retro-looking lunch boxes, candy tins, and similar. I already had some boxes on hand for such an occasion, but I went looking for more, and I found a few that were delightful. When I saw some cute but not functional tins, I bought them so that I'd have more for the final picture when this is all done. A lot of the space inside these will be unused, but they have handles, so their portability makes up for their size, plus they may make for an entertaining piece out on the table.
Lots of empty tins

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