2021-06-05 (Sa) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH BoardHolder module

I will make a couple of changes to my platform to accommodate new additions. The first addition is a mount for my microcontroller, which I made today. In my imagination, the model was a minimalistic and elegant clamp, but the most logical shape was a box with slots at the top. The board will be visible for now, but if the design works well, I can revise it to hide everything except the screen and maybe add some buttons. The mounting tabs are inside the enclosure to keep the footprint small and feature a nut socket on each. It was critical to fasten the hardware with the board installed, and I should have no trouble. One wall is missing, so I can slide this under and around the wired board and battery.

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