2021-04-03 (Sa) UVLaserModule Second Model

I thickened the top and bottom of the area where I mounted the switch and fastening screws. In the first print, it was possible to see some light through the plastic. At the same time, I made the plastic thinner where it exited to the battery side. It turned out that the cube defining the interior was misaligned and sized incorrectly. Errors like these were caused by my rounded edges and the complications they brought.

The next step was to add a riser where the button would rest. I knew the distance from the lip of the button cap to the bottom of the tactile switch. Fortunately, this riser was less than half the distance, so it was no trouble when I split it for printing. My original plan was to enclose the battery, even though it was in a holder, but I used a short skid with a mounting hole.
Second print

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