I’m creating a keyboard PCB, and currently I’m maintaining two versions, one for ANSI and another for ISO. But I want to unify both in a single board. The problem is that some holes are quite close, and I’m afraid of having problems with them. One hole is the central hole for the Cherry button, and the other, located at 45 degrees, is for one part of the stabilizer.
I attach a capture of the 3D view of the zone: the bigger hole is for the Cherry button, and the smaller is for the stabilizer.
In this other capture you can see how the stabilizer is inside the holes (and also the central hole of the button, but in a real board, in each pair only one of both holes is used, never both).
What do you think? Is it safe to leave it that way?