2022-02-02 (W) RangerRogue Assembly and improvement list

I assembled V0.01 with rubber bands from the hardware store, and by coincidence, they were small but a perfect size to hold my servos and battery. I had issues with the process and started a list of changes for V0.02. The biggest problem I had was that the tabs holding the rubber bands were barely big enough to cover the band's width, so they slipped off with any motion, making them difficult to attach. The next issue was that the servo horns barely reached out of the platform, so I started thinking about a shape I could cut. My first thoughts went to a cam mounted on the motor, but I want to try attaching a free-spinning wheel to the servo horn, and since it will be offset, it should press on the user in proportion to the servo's position.
Populated V0.01

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