It’s all in the head
What a beautiful sight when all the spreaking wires are neatly stuffed into the milky white head. I’ve built a wall inside the head that gives the reader a separate room without any pressure on the sensitive solderings on it’s back. At the same time it supports the breadboard so that this is kept in place even when I’m connecting the USB-cable or pushing the buttons. I’ve made one opening for the USB-connection at the back of the head and two more for the push-button and the switch-button on each side of the neck. When it’s all mounted the board is snapped in place between the push-button and the internal wall. The wires are directed out from a fourth hole. I plan to reinforce the neck with a braid made out of the stiffer wires, that is thick enough to manage to hold the head upright and also being bendable.