2023-09-19 (Tu) EWC_Cyberdeck Right side schematic

I bought neon yellow spray paint and repeated my masking job, but I protected the black areas this time. In retrospect, it would have been easier to paint the surface entirely yellow first, then add black lines over the dry first layer. The overall effect is excellent. It should be a unique-looking keyboard when I add black and yellow keycaps.
Caution tape paint job

I opened my Keyboardolier schematics and copied it to this project. The keyswitches will be wired the same, and the controller in this half will be the same. I had to remove some keys to account for the layout and had two small IO expanders instead of one. I added the symbol by each keyswitch icon and put everything onto a page header.
Right side schematic

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