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Mini Atari VCS 2600 "Heavy Sixer"

by RabbitEngineering, published

Mini Atari VCS 2600 "Heavy Sixer" by RabbitEngineering Sep 1, 2013

Description

Two inches of Sunnyvale power! This mini VCS (the rare "Heavy SIxer" model) is almost the same size as a single pixel in Combat.

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YAY now we can print money!!!
Nice "wood graining." Now if you could just pack a System on a Chip in there...
Impressive tiny print.

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Instructions

I printed mine on Makerbot Replicator 2 using PLA. I printed body_face.stl, CX40_button.stl and silver_switch.stl in white PLA (so I could paint them), and the rest in black PLA.

Print one of each part, except for silver_switch.stl - you'll need six of those.

CX40_button.stl and silver_switch.stl are best printed using rafts.

1. Paint body_face.stl brown and give it an awesome woodgrain and Atari logo using a Sharpie or other permanent marker with a fine tip.
2. Paint CX40_button red.
3. Paint all six silver_switch.stl in solver or steel.
4. Glue body_bottom.stl to the underside of body_top.stl (using cyonacrylate/superglue)
5. Glue body_face.stl to the space at the front of body_top.stl
6. glue CX40_button.stl into the indentation in CX40.stl
7. Glue all six silver_switch.stl to the provided indentations in bosy_top.stl.

Pew! Pew!
YAY now we can print money!!!
Nice "wood graining." Now if you could just pack a System on a Chip in there...
Impressive tiny print.
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