2024-06-26 (W) GrinderCompassMKIII REV9 modeling

REV9 addressed a few issues, like the cleats and overbuilt interior cage. Getting the rubber bands seated on the cleats required a lot of precise work with plastic tweezers, so I made the hole wider at the top to help capture the band. I rotated the hole in the bottom 45 degrees to be as far from the interior cage structure as possible. I revised the interior cage to use two thicker support arms instead of four thin ones. I made the dais at the bottom smaller so it would not interfere with the spinner as much. I am pleased with how the design is evolving.
REV9 models, the smallest yet

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