2021-05-24 (M) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Shielded aerial soldering

I had one more tweak on my infrared aerial before I could fit the receiver. The socket was too short, and I had to increase the depth. After the new copy was printed, washed, and cured, I did a test fit, and it worked. I pulled five color-coded wires through the top and out the exit hole. Compared to the last time I soldered an aerial, I made fewer mistakes, and the wiring was cleaner. There are two options, I can affix this next to the earlier "leaky" version for comparison, or I can replace the old one, and I won't have to do any program changes.
Revised IR aerial

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