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There are four artboards for the main construction, one for each side and based on Dan's original plans.
However, to accommodate for the curve on the front panel, I needed to redesign the top and front as one piece with an area reserved for Plasma to fill with small, straight cuts with the laser for flexibility. The rest is a simple matter of having a slot for the printer tape, a hole for the big button, and a hole on top for the LED.
To finish the project, because I wasn't certain where everything was going to fit in the final assembly, I needed to drill holes for the power jack and shutdown switch manually. This acrylic is fairly easy to drill through with a standard twist bit, just make sure to use a high speed and take frequent breaks to clear the chips and prevent the acrylic from melting!