2023-12-18 (M) EWC_Cyberdeck Side panel drawing

I kept wondering how to translate the necessary shape for the sides onto plywood until I stopped being foolish and considered that everything was neatly dimensioned. Instead of making complex cuts with a jigsaw, I could model and cut it on the laser. Each side was 150 millimeters long and 20 millimeters tall, and the braces were approximately 28 millimeters long. I added a powerful USB port, a power switch, and a fuse holder to one side. The angled green lines will help me apply tape when I paint the sides black and yellow.
Two triangular panels

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