2021-04-25 (Su) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Building V0.03

My V0.03 printed correctly, but I still had remnants on the finger rod guide slots. I scraped them down with a razor knife and made sure they would all slide without binding. I applied copper tape to the finger rods for the electrical portion, but this time they had a cinched section the same width as the tape, so I didn't have to guess. I used unique colors for each wire in this model, but I broke off the pad of one of my analog inputs because my wire was needlessly thick. I tried to solder it to the backside, but I guess I ripped out the connection. For testing purposes, this shouldn't be a problem.

I tried putting a long strip of Velostat under two finger rods because I hoped that would help them stay in place better. Unfortunately, the signals interfered with one another, so I had to separate them. I may need a better way to hold the Velostat in place, but it could be as simple as a few spots of glue.
V0.03 built up

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