2021-01-25 (M) Electronic Wind Chimes EWC_OST

I already double-checked my measurements, and they were accurate, so my model was reliable. The residue on my prints seemed like the most likely reason the keycaps wouldn't fit onto the switches. I bought a stir plate to help wash away unwanted resin. The plan was to place a mesh drain cover over the stir rod and fill a glass beaker with rubbing alcohol.
Rinsing apparatus

The setup worked wonderfully, and my prints no longer had rounded corners or bulbous areas. The corners were crisp, and all my lines were clear. I had to remove the drain cover since it was more likely to bump into the stir rod and disrupt the liquid flow.
Crisp edges

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