2021-11-16 (Tu) EWC_Panel Drum machine layout

Recently, I switched resins in my printer and printed a couple of switch chassis in black, but I still used white buttons. They look so much nicer than white on white, but I want to revise the model to remove the unused mounting holes. I didn't have a holder for the slide potentiometer, so I measured it, drafted the footprint in QCAD, and modeled an enclosure. I ordered a particularly long slide pot from Sparkfun.
Slide pot

I already drilled mounting holes for my sixteen switches, but I waited until I had adapters for the rest. The OLED screen mount needed to get drilled out, and I rounded the interior corners with a razor knife. Unlike the timer panel, I had ample space to mount everything.
Operator layout

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