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NES pi

by chibcha8, published

NES pi by chibcha8 Aug 7, 2013

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Summary

A remodel of TBSkinner's piNES. I didn't like how the usb outlets were facing back and the power cable facing forward, so i switched them around, since I'll be using it to emulate, now i can have the controller facing me and the power in the back.

Unfortunately with this edit I had to block the RCA video output and the AUX output, but if you're using HDMI to connect to a monitor, then you're fine. But if somebody really wants, I can try to rearrange it to have access to them.

EDIT: After i printed it i realized that it was pretty small and didnt comfortably fit my HDMI cable without bending it, so I upscaled it so that the HDMI cable has more space to move, it still fits onto a standard Replicator 2 Print area. It also requires minor sanding/filing, so if i get a chance I'll try to fix that.

Instructions

I printed my parts with two shells, and 15% infill. I have been having a warping problem with this print, so to counter that i printed the top and bottom halves with a raft. every part can be placed so that it does not need supports.

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Would this fit a raspberry pi b+?

Hi, I think you may have uploaded the wrong files. The Pi doesn't sit in the same location as the model screenshots above. When assembled, the Pi sits much further away from the front of the enclosure and the SD card cannot be inserted because the slot is in the wrong place.

Im running a Solidoodle 2, so my print space is a touch too small. Do you have perhaps a slightly down-scaled version? Im thinking like 0.9 or 0.8 would do it, but scaling in RH would change the size of the mounts as well. Thanks!

Do you have the .scad? I need to rotate them for printing but I have some trouble with the "import" function. Thank you

If you click "Download this thing", the .SLDASM file is in there

Um.... Unfortunate naming...

BAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAH!!! i did not realize that... I.. uhh... i think ill switch it...

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