2021-06-03 (Th) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Platform 4

I checked the O-ring fit on my newly printed platform, and the joining looked better than I anticipated. I put a strip of adhesive copper tape over them, and they made it easy to align. Rather than take the pressure-sensitive plastic off my old version, I cut new strips and clamped them under the short bases. I cut wires from the aerials from the old unit since I wouldn't use them and moved the usable hardware to the new platform. One of the good wires got cut by accident, but I reattached it without trouble.

I moved the hardware to the new platform and fastened the finger rods on top of two O-rings each. One ring was below the copper tape, and the other surrounded the bolt hole. The one under the bolt might not be necessary, but I kept it there. I powered on and adjusted the bolt with the tuning screen, which went quickly.
Adjusting finger rods

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