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You need CAD software, a CNC milling machine (you can rent time on it), a lot of spare time and even more persistence. I don’t like plastic. Instead, ...
Everything started with handicrafts. In these models, I used stuff from conventional mice. These experiments resulted in the understanding of the impossibility of making a normally working mouse ...
After plasticine experiments, prototypes were made on a 3D printer. First, to test ergonomics. Then, after correction, to test the ability to assemble the structure.
After testing the structure, I got down to the most serious part. I chose the design in which the mouse buttons and housing made a whole. This is, ...
During this time, the housing has undergone many changes. They are not superficially visible but improve the structure seriously. This is a photo of 8 generations (in fact, ...
This is the process of housing milling with the milling machine.
Simultaneously, I worked on the electronics. It would be stupid to simply copy standard models, a unique mouse required unique functionality. I like to listen to music during ...
I made a wire mouse because of its higher durability and because I didn’t want to place another electromagnetic radiation source on my desk. At the same time, ...
The long development time allowed me many experiments with mouse coating. I didn’t want to use chemical-based varnishes and make a mouse surface similar to plastic. I wanted ...
At the end, I want to show you photos of different mouse models. They differ only by wood species. Several red wood types and black wood (Ebony) were ...
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