2021-04-14 (W) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Rev3.0

After the disruption of traveling, I only had time for a short round of revisions. The most notable was when I added a variable called printerSlop that will expand the hardware holes a tiny bit to insert nuts and bolts without a lot of friction. Last time, I had to drill out the holes and wedge a nut in place with some pliers. Previously, I printed my items directly on the printer bed, but I think that caused issues with warping and distortion, so this time I elevated them and added supports. There were still a few print errors, but the nut and bolt holes seemed a lot cleaner.
Third model

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