2024-06-25 (Tu) GrinderCompassMKIII REV8 testing

I made REV8 smaller by moving the interior cage's cleats closer to the hub so the support arms stuck out further, but this did not interfere with the rubber bands. One of the arms did not print, but I was out of time to print another, so I installed it as-is. Fortunately, I used the misprint because I rotated the cleats 45 degrees, and my feedback bolt hole in the bottom would have hit it. The three-arm design was sturdy, and the spinner installation was more manageable than previous REVs, so I will consider that in the new REV. Feedback in this model was also promising, but I needed to tension the rubber band more carefully.
REV8 in lollipop form

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