2022-07-11 (M) SubdermalWirelessLEDs Elastic string template

It took a long time to sew straps to my last brace, so I wanted to try an elastic cord. I modified my design's to be round instead of rectangular. I also made a second ellipse in the middle that would let me print a template for cutting the middle and still use the stabilizing mounting holes.
Draft and laser-cut templates

I cut out the design with a rotary tool. It took a while because I had to charge the device when I was three-quarters through cutting. I'm happy that I kept the design similar to the original even though it would have been more economical in plastic and time to put the cord holes closer to the center.
String power loop brace

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