2021-05-06 (Th) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Second IR Holder

With a sketch of my new infrared holder, I deleted all the model parts except the base. The tower was a cube the same width as the base and spanned from one mounting hole to another. I always print at 100% fill, so I worried that a solid chunk of plastic would be too heavy, so I made a square shaft down the center. I put a perpendicular cylinder at the top of my aerial with a diameter to match the cube, which I hollowed with by the square hole and provided a wire path. At the ends of the cylinders, I put a couple of LED holders and programmed them to adjust according to the old LEDAngle variable so I could point them at my fingers.
Ready to print

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