2022-05-01 (M) PhoneRobot Redesign

While I programmed the controller, I saw problems with the faceplate and servo arms, so I kept track. The problems amounted to enough to justify making a second version. I made a window to attach and control the auto clicker. I added a cutout between the servos to act as a carrying handle. There is a hold in the middle of the phone area, which is no longer sunken, to fit a Pop Socket. I wanted to move the buttons but kept them near the potentiometers so I would not have to rewire them. The arcade button and lights would require new wires because they are mounted from the top and wired from below, whereas the other buttons had terminals on the back. I added a few 1/4" (6.35mm) holes to one of the servo arms to weigh it down and hopefully keep the touch emulator seated correctly.
Second design

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