2021-04-10 (Sa) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Rev1 Improvements

I printed my first model, cured it in the UV oven, and grabbed a strip of painter's tape to stand in for a nylon strap. Wearing a mock-up provided a lot of insight that I couldn't have gotten from guessing how it would feel. There was a certain freedom in putting on an early model because some things I thought would be absolute, I had to discard right away. I thought this would be a single platform on my hand, but I may add hinges to flex as I move.
Things to improve in Rev2

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