2021-07-15 (Th) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH

This project is effectively complete. I have another idea about new layers, but the code is all set to program them without much fuss. The last component I wanted to add was a cover to keep the electronics protected. The mounting holes were already in place, and I had an idea of how it would wrap around the board holder and sit on top of the keyswitches.

My ambition toward this project has fallen sharply since it is almost complete. I think I wrote some of my sloppiest code when I made the cover, but according to the model, it should all fit. The body has a couple of screw-sized holes, which will allow a bolt to come from below and hold it on top. The hollow shape should hide all the wires and exposed components. I worry that it may be too flimsy with only two bolts.
Violet cover on rendering
Isolated cover

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