2023-10-01 (Su) EWC_Cyberdeck Left-hand schematic

I taped off the black-painted areas and applied the yellow paint. It looked different than the right-hand side, but the paint changed color hours after drying. I countersunk the holes on the back of the enclosure, but I should have done this before painting since the debris stuck to the tacky paint.

I did a test-fit of the stackable internal pieces, and even though I guessed how many I would need, there were enough of each type. I forgot the 1/4" (6.35mm) holes on the right side internal pieces, so I revised those and cut new copies. I added short bolts through the faceplate to hold it all together.
Assembled enclosure

I opened the schematic for the right hand and made a copy. I changed the supporting documentation, like the date and page title, and then modified the drawing to match the left-hand circuit. The keyswitch configuration, IO assignment, and data lines all changed. I made a note about swapping the transmit and receive data lines compared to the other side so I could use standard TRRS headphone cables.
Left-hand schematic

GitHub repo for EWC_Cyberdeck.

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