2021-06-02 (W) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH

In OpenSCAD, basic shapes, like cubes, and spheres, are easy to model. To replicate the O-ring, I needed the donut-shaped figure called a torus. In the quick reference "Cheat sheet," the rotate_extrude() example creates a torus with a circle and a five-sided toroid with a pentagon. I inputted my measurements and built the model for the ring. Unlike previous replicas, I placed all the parameters in the module instead of the top of the code. With this modular approach, I can easily copy-paste this o-ring into another project, but I lose the functionality of changing the dimensions with front-loaded parameters. I placed eight facsimiles over the face of the platform. Four of the sockets went around the finger rod mounting holes, but they might not get used, depending on how the ones under the pressure sensors behave.
O-ring sockets added to the platform

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