2024-04-09 (Tu) SubdermalWirelessLEDs REV3 cut

The short arms in REV2 could not hold the hoop to my forearm, so I integrated a 3/4" (20mm) wide strap. I removed the arms at the back end and added a flat area with two slots wide enough for the webbing. I kept a row of fastening holes, but I need to improve how I use them.
REV3 draft

I ran the top half without a problem, but I struggled to make the bottom half work because the mounting holes were in the way of my toolpaths. I also forgot the strap slot in the top half, so I had to refasten the flimsy hoop to cut it. Despite the missteps, the brace turned out well, and I can form it with a heat gun next.
REV3 with a strap

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