2024-03-13 (W) RADARBadge PCB revision 3

The REV2 boards and most of the assembly hardware came in the mail. I put one together, and it worked better than REV1, but I still had a list of improvements. The board was too large, so I shrunk it by 40%. That amount was the tightest I could shrink it while still having enough space to place a 90mm-diameter mug. The switches and wire connectors had to fit on the board where they would not interfere with the motor interface board, where I will mount the battery holders. The motor mount conforms to the PCB's shape in some places, but I trimmed it in others to keep it small.
60% scaled

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