2021-04-08 (Th) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH First Model

I wrote an OpenSCAD model with measurements I took from my hand, M3 bolts, and some that I guessed. The first model will only be for troubleshooting and establishing what works or doesn't. I tried to arrange everything practically, like strap holes near the edge and space for a microcontroller.

I was going to make the finger rods in a separate program, but to ensure they were the correct proportions, I modeled one on top of the chassis. I added a variable that would let me render the base or rod, but not both. Once I had my first draft, I started a print and called it a night.

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