2024-04-07 (Su) SubdermalWirelessLEDs Frame cut

The CNC machine cut the top half of my design without problems, including the mounting holes, and they fit the fastening bolts perfectly. The bottom half was trickier because I foolishly secured the plastic from inside the hoop, so when the CNC finished cutting near it, the rest was loose, and I had to stop the cut. The errant machine marks were all in scrap material, so I resecured it and finished. The result looked great. I cleaned up the edges with a razor knife.
Cleaned up after the CNC machine

The electronics fit well. I removed the transistor's heat sink, but I must ensure it does not overheat. I fastened the coil with four zip ties which started to draw the plastic into shape.
Frame with electronics

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