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Inspired by this instructable, I decided my plain-Jane, second hand USB game controller was in dire need of application of yummy-smooth Sugru. Right. Now.
Ugh. Fully functional, but the buttons are bright and slick. They don't feel very good in your hand. The directional pad on the left is slightly messed up. ...
Take little balls of Sugru, and squash them on top of the nasty slick buttons. Take the time to position them so they are exactly on-center, and ensure ...
Shoulder pads! How retro is that?? ;) Repeat the process for the shoulder pads (L1 - L4), except of course with rectangles. Squish and mold the sugru to ...
To get a nice, smooth finish, I just took my finger and used light strokes in one direction to get out any lines, inconsistencies and debris (don't get ...
Man, I've fixed like 80 bajillion things with this stuff. Partial list: my iPod earbuds (ugly, but I value function much more highly than I value form), a ...
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