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I was looking around at all the instructables for computer mice. i found a lot of altoids tin mice so i decided to make my own version of one. i believe this my own invention (to put a fan in an altoids tin mouse) because i havn't seen any other altoids mice with fans in them, but i know its the first one on this website :) ( i take no responsibility if you get hurt or mess up your computer mice or anything else)

Step 1: Materials

Parts:

usb computer mouse

altoids tin

small cpu fan

small switch

cardboard

duct tape

safety glasses (not shown)

Tools:

dremel (not shown)

screwdriver

hot glue gun

soldering iron

tin snips (not shown)

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Whats the point of wrecking an ergonomic mouse to sick it into an uncomfortable tin?<br />
ha aha
well actually&nbsp;my first idea&nbsp;was going to put the fan in the actual mouse case but it wouldn't fit. since i didn't have a smaller fan, i decided to just go ahead and make an altoids tin mouse so it will fit.
What's the purpose of the fan - sweaty hand?<br /> <br /> L<br />
yeah, i know a lot of friends who play games a lot online, so they ask me to build these mice for them
Like the things you get at bowling-alleys? It's a new idea to me, so credit to you for realising it into a functional mouse.<br /> <br /> L<br />
yeah, thanks
Well.. Your invention..? Not the first mouse with fan and this is just your invention to put it to an Altoids tin.. Well, anyway nice project!<br />
yeah thats what i meant, i'll change that.<br /> <br /> but thanks
Doesn't look very comfortable, but still really cool. I like the idea.<br />
thanks, actually its a lot more comfortable than it looks

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