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Here is my third version of the mouse nes the original nes mouse was made by MrPumpernickel you can see the original at: http://threepercentdone.com/#12 it is shorter, better ...
first, cut and keep the necessary elements that is to say, the d-pad and buttons housing shortening the chassis 1 cm remove a bothersome pieces inside, turning with ...
trace the periphery of the base of the mouse (in my case, I drew the following without the battery door) cut bottom of gamepad I use a jigsaw ...
use of glue (cyanoacrylate) to hold Elements quickly in this case, I cut the battery door to fit in the etched I finished pasting everything with epoxy glue ...
I use polycarbonate (Makrolon) to form the outer it warms in the oven at 160 ° celsius becomes soft enough to take the desired rounded shape (TAKE GLOVES ...
for the scrollwheel, it depends on the system in the donor mouse for my V2 is a mechanical system and my V3 it is an optical system in ...
I added a piece of Makrolon and a small latch to close the battery door for buttons, I extend the legs switch and I put the switch in ...
Finally, I used mastic, sanding paper, the primer and paint for color, I made a bit of gray beige to make used gamepad
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