2023-05-30 (Tu) KeyBoardolier Scope shrink

I sketched the KeyBoardolier components and recorded their dimensions on an erasable LCD tablet. I used a digital caliper and a hole gauge to take measurements. I drew a couple of speakers, but I only planned to use one pair. I selected some programmable LEDs mounted on a disc for this project, whereas I typically use a ring. I recorded the size of my headphone socket, but in the past, I measured it on the spot and added a circle, but this time I know how much clearance I need on the sides.

My next step was to draft the footprints for the devices, but I thought about the practicality of building an elaborate contraption before I knew it was a solid design. I decided that the music capabilities would be excessive for a prototype. If I use the keyboard enough to justify expanding its ability, I will be happy to integrate a MIDI synth in the future. A rough estimate puts 70% of the work under the music portion.
Component dimensions

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