UPDATE: Shapeways rejected the trigger and access panel, because those parts had walls that were too thin for successful printing or improperly constructed (with the trigger, specifically). I'll see whether the body is suitable, then return to the drawing board with the other parts.
Finger-cradle housing for a Cherry E61 micro switch, intended for an affordable and accessible alternative to cost-prohibitive assistive switches like the "micro light switch." This is a proof-of-concept prototype developed with Autodesk's TinkerCAD browser interface.
Pending a real-world build to determine whether it functions suitably.
Lots of duplicating to preserve intermediate stages and evolving ideas.