2021-04-18 (Su) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Finger Rod Fitting

I had an assortment of finger rods, so I tested them to see what fit best. I assumed there would be a clear winner, but I found that each finger worked best with a different rod. My ring finger worked perfectly with the old style, but the rest of the fingers all fit other measurements. After the last update, I had to reopen an old version of the model to determine the exact dimensions to recreate the part later.

When I extend my fingers, they all touch their respective pad simultaneously, but I have trouble using my ring finger by itself. The operation should become evident when I start testing with electronics. Still, I may replace the middle and ring finger pads with a single wide one or add a stipulation that code can ignore the middle finger if the ring finger is doing something.
Custom fit

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