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i have a bit of a problem. i need a 320x240 lcd with a 5.7" screen, and a max width of 146mm. i have checked with about a dozen manufacturers and 148mm is the smallest they make without custom designing the pcb, and this is prohibitively expensive. what im wondering is would it be possible to get one of these stock sizes and file 1mm off each side with out damaging the display? here is an example of the display im talking about:
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