2024-07-03 (W) GrinderCompassMKIII Spinner axle

I checked my code to ensure the axle hole was 3.175mm, and it was. I measured the axle, and it was within tolerance. The printed axle hole was only 2.75mm, so the printer may be rendering it incorrectly. I used a 1/8" (3.175mm) drill bit to widen the axle hole until fit. I added the magnets without difficulty, which suggests the printer is not rendering the model incorrectly.
Magnets installed

The assembled device was not well balanced, which could have been due to printer artifacts, like the elephant foot visible in the spinning image. Another possibility could have been the way I did the final curing, which was on its side, so it could have warped.
Spinner doing its thing

GitHub files for GrinderCompass
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