Do you recollect my "nothing would work" day? Where I was excited with new tricks for making tidy, nicely squared boxes - but then nothing would solder - so I ended up taking a camera apart instead? Yeah, that day. When it simply wouldn't solder (contaminated flux) I went with it, pushed in one side that didn't solder and curled the other. It seemed to need a matching curl so I soldered one on (after trashing that skanky old flux). .
It now said, "Calliope," to me, but utterly frustrated I set it aside
Back at it today. Taking longer *surprise* than planned. Here's where it stands so far. I'm reminded the benefit of having a plan. I like working "seat of the pants" but Ted Neth was right, plan it on paper first, then make. Saves much grief.
Will have completed pictures here tomorrow. ( I trust)