2023-09-14 (Th) EWC_Cyberdeck Part selection

I started selecting parts for the project. I knew some of them, like tiny TFT screens and keyswitches in my inventory. I did not have any stabilizers for long keycaps, but I tested two keyswitches for one button, and it worked well, but it will be twice as hard to press.
Wide key with two keyswitches

I took an inventory of what operators I wanted for the music section. I referenced my EWC_BOX project and had enough choices for two screens. As I built and operated the EWC_BOX, I realized my initial selection of four encoders and four potentiometers needed to be expanded, and the screens were inexpensive, so I will build this project with double the operators and monitors.
EWC operators

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