2022-05-02 (Tu) PhoneRobot Cut and paint MK2

I revised my drawing a few more times to move my auto clicker and put the arcade button as low as possible. I wanted to keep wires away from the edges because this was an issue in the last design, where my hand repeatedly nudged loose conductors. I ran the laser slowly to ensure most of my cuts were successful because I spent a while removing triangles from the servo arms last time. There was more scorching on this version, but I wanted to paint it anyway, so I set up a cardboard slab and painted the faceplate green and the rest of the parts red.
Green faceplate and red attachments

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