Thanks! Forgot to mention how much I like both the circuit and your use of that case. What to put my spaghetti nests into seems to take more thought than any other portion of my builds.
"Check out the image attached which shows what each knob and switch does."I cannot for the life of me find this image or a text explanation of what they do.Also, are you left-handed? Layout and the way you're holding it make it appear so.
The first assignment in my finite automata class back in the 70's was to write a simulation of a Think A Dot. The prof loved this toy and brought it to class most days. I've never seen one since then and now thanks to you I can finally have my own.
3D Printing Class
Now that's Art! I like both the end result and your methodology. I did a weekend workshop where we made an otter tail paddle using only hand tools and can confirm what a workout it is. One very handy shaping tool we used was a micro plane rasp. I inadvertently lost the centre line along one edge of the blade and my paddle now has a slight twist which I call "character". I'm a fan of the look with a spine along the blade. Do you think you could angle those bandsaw cuts to leave this? Thanks for the great explanation.