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I did not model any screw holes for a couple reasons. The switch sits against the inside wall of the tower and there wouldn't be any room for the faster. I didn't have any screws that small other than the originals, which were too long, and they nuts wouldn't fit.
It was sized so that the switch would be a press fit in to the mount, but I did use a little mounting putty/Blutak.
I did not make the original adjustable mount, only a different switch mount since the other one wouldn't work on my V2. That one was designed to clamp to the inside lip in that spot, but was too high on my v2.
To adjust it, I use a ball end hex driver. I completely recommend getting one each of the 2 most common sizes you'll use, 2mm and 2.5mm. I'm using a Wera 05118092002 and 05118094002.