2021-06-16 (W) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Custom keystems

Two out of the three key-stems I printed were faulty. I confirmed that it fit on a keyswitch and coupled with one of the finger pads. The 10mm stem was a comfortable fit on my pinkie or index finger, and because I could adjust the angle, it was versatile. The 10mm would have been the wrong length for my other fingers, so I created an assortment and labeled them, as shown in the picture. Only two of these prints survived. I need a more reliable way to print them.
Stems with heights

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