Step 7: Putting It Back Together
If the paint has cured, we can put the mouse back together. The original screw holes are probably ruined now, so we will have to glue it shut. Put some hot glue around the edge of the top portion of the body and fit it down onto the mouse. Plug the mouse in and make sure that nothings wrong. If it works great, then awesome!
Go play a game and see how you like it. I didn't have any problems with the cursor being jittery, but if you do, you can add a resistor to the motor to slow it down a bit, or change the weight on the shaft to make it vibrate less.
I hope that this Instructable inspires someone to make a fun, quick mouse project.
Thanks for reading.