2022-06-29 (W) SubdermalWirelessLEDs Laser-cut wood template

So, it turns out that just because I can draft something doesn't mean I can cut it in flimsy plastic with a jigsaw. Shocker, right? I tried to cut the shape freehand, and it turned out crudely, which I expected. I could touch it up with a razor knife, but that would likely turn into a visit to the emergency room.
Not my finest work

I figured my design deserved to look nice and comfortable, so I stayed with the Kydex, but instead of making it in an evening, I would have to dedicate more time. I used my drafted image to cut a couple of wood pieces that I will "trace" into the plastic with a rotary tool.
Wooden templates

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