Face Lift - Nemo Gould
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Face Lift

Face Lift

I recently made the decision to mount a large panel meter in a wooden radio cabinet for a project I’m working on.  I wasn’t pleased with how the square edges of the meter clashed with the curved lines of the cabinet though.  This image shows some of the steps involved in making the two elements work better together.  I’m still debating whether or not to paint the meter with black wrinkle paint, or leave it bare.  We’ll see…

Oh yeah, and the “eyes” were once indicator lights, but now have little numeric counters installed.  When powered they will display rotating digits.

FaceLift

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