Gracias a Gaffer ha creado un completo tutorial para tunear nuestro Nunchuck añadiéndole luz bajo el stick. Con un simple diodo LED y sin necesidad de demasiada habilidad se puede tener un acabado realmente psicodélico y futurista. Si elegimos un LED azul, hará juego con la consola.

Step 1: Materiales

1 Nunchuck
1 Destornillador cabeza estrella pequeño de cuerpo muy alargado.
1 Alicate de punta plana
1 LED de tu color favorito
1 Soldador y estaño

Step 2: Paso 1

Paso 1:
Usa el destornillador para retirar los tornillos de la carcasa del Nunchuck y separar ambas partes.

Step 3: Paso 2

Paso 2:
Localizar los dos "test points"

Step 4: Paso 3

Paso 3:
Usa los alicates de punta plana para doblar las patillas del LED en forma de L como en la figura.

Step 5: Paso 4

Paso 4:
Coloca el LED sobre la placa de circuito impreso como se muestra en la imagen. Suelda los pines del LED a los dos "test points" (una patilla para cada punto). Asegurate de que las patillas del led no tocan ningún contacto y acerca la cabeza del led todo lo posibe a la caja blanca del stick.

Step 6: Paso 5

Paso 5:
Coloca el stick, cierra la carcasa del Nunchuck y vuelve a usar el destornillador para colocar correctamente los tornillos.

Step 7: Paso 6

Paso 6:
Enchufa el Nunchuck al Wiimote y enciéndelo. Tendrás algo parecido a esto:
The screw is an odd shape. can anyone tell me where to find a screwdriver for it? (hint: look at your own nunchuk)<br>
it is called a try-wing, you can buy a special one, made for dismantling the wii console that fits perfectly
aww man why did it all show up on this step? oh well, hopefully it will help people.
Step 6: Connect the Wiimote and Nunchuck to turn it on. You'll have something like this:
<br> Step 5:<br> Place the stick, close the housing again Nunchuck and use the screwdriver to properly position the screws.<br>
Step 4: Place the LED on the printed circuit board as shown in the image. Solder the LED pins to the two &quot;test points&quot; (one blade for each point). Make sure the LED pins do not play any contact and head about everything possib led to the white box of the stick.
Step 3: Use the flat nose pliers to bend the pins of the LED L-shaped as in Fig.
<br> Step 2:<br> Locate the two &quot;test points&quot;<br>
<br> Step 1:<br> Use the screwdriver to remove the screws from the casing of the Nunchuck and separate the two sides.<br>
I'm translating this through Google translator because I'd like to make this sometime. It looks pretty easy and awesome. Hopefully it will benefit others.<br> <br> Thanks to Gaffer has created a complete tutorial for adding tune our light under the Nunchuck stick. With a simple LED and without much skill can be finished really psychedelic and futuristic. If you choose a blue LED, will play with the console.<br> <br> Materials:<br> 1 Nunchuck<br> A small star head screwdriver elongated body.<br> A flat nose pliers<br> 1 LED in your favorite color<br> A welder and tin<br>
I believe they put a blue LED into it.<br /> <br /> L<br />
Yeah, but why in spanish(or some thing)?
I guess they live in a Spanish / Portuguese speaking country.<br /> <br /> L<br />
Yeah.............<br /> <br /> I'm english if you can't tell.^der
Just look at the pictures then.<br /> <br /> L<br />
No, I don't have a wii..........<br /> <br /> I was just looking.
&nbsp;Pointless conversation. Ended
Okay..................<br /> <br /> What gives you the right to say that?
&nbsp;I no speeki the engli
Really? Then what is up there? ^
&nbsp;yes please
Here you go. *hands AlfredoSG a cup of tea.*
&nbsp;Your a scholar and a gentleman.
esta chido pero por la proxima vez se puedes en english porque onos no sabien espanol con translator o algo<br />
Lo tendrias que haber hehco en ingrles &not;&not;<br /> Saludos<br />
Hey, nice project!<br /> I'm from Portugal and I would like to enlighten you that this instructable is in Spanish. Nothing you can't understand with the help of an translator<br /> <br /> Keep it up ;)<br />

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