2024-04-14 (Su) SubdermalWirelessLEDs Strappable electronics holder

Cutting a new plastic loop would have been a lot of work, and it felt wasteful since I had one that was 80% correct. The missing factors were a hole in the electronics platform and a place to secure the strap. I could drill a hole quickly, but adding strap holes would be a more significant challenge. I still needed a wooden enclosure to protect the electronics, and I could add the straps to that component. The strap holes had to change from a single line cut by a 1/8" milling bit to an ovular hole cut by a laser. I added a second mounting hole to keep this part from twisting on the plastic loop.
Straps integrated with electronics holder

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