Warning: May contain 7 ooos, and finally get a second page. -Mutant thumb! -err, These are the centers of the 'hinge' parts I've cut so far. Unlit, they look fairly solid... -But if you add a little light, The new ones are obvious. -This is a shot of the last of my black plastic. I lucked out and found a few bits still mounted to MDF I could use too. -I don't remember tiny grooves being in the original sketch. -It looks like some kind of high-tech skillet, but it's only 2 inches across. -Gee, I wonder what this part could be? -I screwed up here and had to re-do these pilot holes. The countersink obliterated them. To make matters worse, they were supposed to be through holes, so I could have done the whole thing with an 1/8" bit. -Too much stuff in the way. -This is the fan hole-thing. I didn't want to starve the fan, and had no idea what it's exact position was. I opted for a giant, lol: 2 1/2") fan intake. I'm at the stage where oil starts oozing into the chips. I bet the recyclers love me. Folks, you are looking at a future I-phone6 down there. -That's a nice shot of the spot I used to zero the bit's Z position. I move the bit down in tiny increments until it touches the plastic. You can see the 1/8" bit's circle next to the bevel bit's mark. -My head was in the right place for some of the coding. The inner bevel is much lighter and lines up with the countersunk screw holes. You can see this is made with some of the black/brown material. I might as well use it for the all-black parts, right? -Man, am I getting some mileage out of that bit of scrap, or what? You can see the over-beveled power button and it's freshly made replacement here. The beveling on the failed button was so brutal, the plastic twisted a bit on the tape. -Anyway, It turns out I have a good use for this part anyway... -Have some parts. There's a fan guard riser in this pic that was from the previous picture's session, and my stealth button.