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497f129e03d086a58529dcb538e78c1fc94d827b — Avery 3 months ago 7db1768
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@@ 45,7 45,7 @@ These should be printed one layer thick. I tried with layer heights of 0.16 mm a

My 3D printer isn't very well calibrated right now, so I ended up printing more than I needed, choosing the best ones, and cleaning them up a little bit by snipping off any little edges jutting out. You might have better results depending on your printer and print settings.

I made the model using SolveSpace. You can download the STL file to print [here](https://git.sr.ht/~avery/pinephone-keyboard-top-row-fix/blob/main/pinephone-keyboard-top-row-fix-circle.stl), or download the SolveSpace file to make your own modifications from [this repo](https://git.sr.ht/~avery/pinephone-keyboard-top-row-fix).
I made the model using SolveSpace. You can download the STL file to print [here](https://git.sr.ht/~avery/pinephone-keyboard-mods/blob/main/pinephone-keyboard-top-row-fix-circle.stl), or download the SolveSpace file to make your own modifications from [this repo](https://git.sr.ht/~avery/pinephone-keyboard-mods).

I ended up with a diameter of 6.25 mm for the inner circle, and 8.50 mm for the outer circle, but like I said before, you may have to adjust these dimensions.