2021-05-04 (Tu) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Sensor Mount

I decided on a twenty-degree angle for my LEDs, but while I designed, I started printing a couple of the updated platforms since that shouldn't need any more changes in this revision. I chose a metal-shielded IR sensor when I picked parts, but I also took measurements without the shield. At modeling time, I decided on the bare part due to its size. Like the IR LED, I created a crude model and used that to create a suitable cavity. I arranged it so the leads would stick out the top of a socket, and it could look through a pinhole the same size as I gave to the emitters.
Complete model

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