2021-06-21 (M) Wearable Macro Keyboard BackOfTheHand BotH Plunger revisions

The finger plungers fit my hand nicely, but the bases were too long so that they couldn't activate the keyswitch. The picture was a little crooked since I held the phone with one hand and posed with the other one. Despite the functional issue, they felt comfortable against my fingers.
Finger fit

I shortened the base to make them work, but another issue was their weight. I printed the pieces as solid blocks, which I always do with resin, but there was no need to have 100% infill. I set the next batch to print with a low percentage infill. While I made a screen capture to illustrate the insides, I saw an overhanging ledge that would have caused printer problems and missed.
Hollow prints

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