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Doing the final layout of the Uniflex boards prior to drilling the holes in the board for cables to come through, and mounting the boards. The smaller board hasn't received its finish yet. It will receive four coats of polyurethane for durability.
Wiring the buttons in the junk drawer. Since the buttons are lit when "on" each must get two connections to Uniflex ? one to connect to the Uniflex input board (so Unifliex knows when it is "on") and one for the light, which is turned on by Uniflex when the button is "on."
The two new back panels for the Uniflex boards. The larger panel carries the monitor for the computer, the console interface board, and the five Uniflex input boards. The smaller panel carries the Uniflex output boards that will drive the combination action. It will be hinged in front of the input panel on the right. When the panels are mounted in the console, we hope there will be room below the monitor (on the keydesk shelf) for the keyboard and mouse to be permanently mounted.