2021-11-01 (M) EWC_Panel Timer face plate assembly

I drilled out the corners where I marked yesterday with a tiny drill bit. I planned to add a bunch of messy holes with a large drill bit, but since I was cutting into hardboard, it was cleaner to cut with a razor knife. After making one pass, I removed the tape and put my switch arrays in place. I had to widen the holes with the razor further, but the edges were cleaner. Everything was mounted with M2 hardware. I used black to contrast with the white printer resin. The switch arrays needed a boost on one side, so I added washers between the chassis and faceplate. Without the washers, the switches were pressed so hard they never opened.
Faceplate, front and back

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