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This is a nice, easy and cheap Wiimote holder for use with Johnny Lee's IR/Wiimote computer control, link below.It is adjustable and quick to make. johnnylee.net/
Not much is needed to make the holder and the parts don't cost much at all:Tools:PliersScrewdriverMaterials:12 Short Bolts12 Nuts2 Short Metal Strips (In this case I just straightened ...
As in the picture - take one large 'L' bracket and one of the small 'L' brackets, a bolt and a screw.Face the small 'L' bracket away from ...
The main body makes use of the 2 large metal strips, 2 of the short metal strips, 2 of the small 'L' brackets and 4 nuts and 4 ...
Now you will be adding the two constructed side-brackets to the main body using 2 nuts and 2 bolts.Attach the side-brackets from the end hole of the small ...
The last step is to add balancing strips to your holder - this uses the last 2 long metal strips and 2 nuts and 2 bolts.Connect them to ...
Your holder is now complete!It may benefit from some washers to keep the joints tight and a little bit of padding on the bottom would stop it from ...
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