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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.
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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

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Paso 2:
Localizar los dos "test points"

Step 4: Paso 3

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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

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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

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Paso 6:
Enchufa el Nunchuck al Wiimote y enciéndelo. Tendrás algo parecido a esto:
Dekubaba943 years ago
The screw is an odd shape. can anyone tell me where to find a screwdriver for it? (hint: look at your own nunchuk)
it is called a try-wing, you can buy a special one, made for dismantling the wii console that fits perfectly
jwystup4 years ago
aww man why did it all show up on this step? oh well, hopefully it will help people.
jwystup4 years ago
Step 6: Connect the Wiimote and Nunchuck to turn it on. You'll have something like this:
jwystup4 years ago

Step 5:
Place the stick, close the housing again Nunchuck and use the screwdriver to properly position the screws.
jwystup4 years ago
Step 4: Place the LED on the printed circuit board as shown in the image. Solder the LED pins to the two "test points" (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.
jwystup4 years ago
Step 3: Use the flat nose pliers to bend the pins of the LED L-shaped as in Fig.
jwystup4 years ago

Step 2:
Locate the two "test points"
jwystup4 years ago

Step 1:
Use the screwdriver to remove the screws from the casing of the Nunchuck and separate the two sides.
jwystup4 years ago
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.

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.

1 Nunchuck
A small star head screwdriver elongated body.
A flat nose pliers
1 LED in your favorite color
A welder and tin
chopstx5 years ago
lemonie chopstx5 years ago
I believe they put a blue LED into it.

chopstx lemonie5 years ago
Yeah, but why in spanish(or some thing)?
lemonie chopstx5 years ago
I guess they live in a Spanish / Portuguese speaking country.

chopstx lemonie5 years ago

I'm english if you can't tell.^der
lemonie chopstx5 years ago
Just look at the pictures then.

chopstx lemonie5 years ago
No, I don't have a wii..........

I was just looking.
 Pointless conversation. Ended

What gives you the right to say that?
 I no speeki the engli
Really? Then what is up there? ^
 yes please
Here you go. *hands AlfredoSG a cup of tea.*
 Your a scholar and a gentleman.
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esta chido pero por la proxima vez se puedes en english porque onos no sabien espanol con translator o algo
brunoip5 years ago
Lo tendrias que haber hehco en ingrles ¬¬
grenho5 years ago
Hey, nice project!
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

Keep it up ;)