2021-06-17 (Th) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH

My prints were failing at an unacceptable rate because they wouldn't adhere to the build plate. Part of the problem was that I wanted to build them with their bottom straight up so the part that touches the keyswitch would print parallel to the plate without supports. Since the opposite end was round, it couldn't sit flat, making it prone to releasing by accident. My solution was to program a model with a flat top. The planar surface won't lend as much support, but they shouldn't need to be so rugged.
Flat bottomed stems

The flat-topped stems printed correctly, and of the eight I arranged, all of them turned out. I tried four different lengths to match each finger. The Screws were too long, but the concept worked, and I could trigger each switch independently.
Custom fit

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