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Step 70: Handle/Electronics: Mounting it Up.

Mark your platen, drill mounting holes and mount the handle assembly to the platen.

I put velcro on all this stuff and velcro'd it to the base. That keeps things neat and tidy, but lets me remove the battery case to replace batteries. It also leaves things open for moving them later.
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<p>wow a ground breaking design for a simple job. </p>
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<p>Thank you for this nice Instructable. I like it</p><p>Rima</p>
<p>Very cool, i'm sure a few library's should take notice of this and have you build one for them.</p>
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<p><br>Thats useful<br></p>

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