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NESPoise by RabbitEngineering Dec 20, 2013

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UPDATE: We are selling this thing (fully assembled) as the Rabbit Engineering Model G1 starting November 1, 2014. Please visit this link more information: http://modelg1.rabbitengineering.com

Play your 8 bit Nintendo games in style! A NES clone inside an Anglepoise inspired case to make a great little mid-century style desktop arcade machine.
Build log here: http://davenunez.wordpress.com/2013/12/19/building-the-nespoise/


Full details here: http://davenunez.wordpress.com/2013/12/19/building-the-nespoise/
Note that the parts labelled "CnC_do_not_print" should be cut rather than printed. If your printer can handle the size you could try it, but I suspect they would not have enough structural strength for this application.

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Absolutely gorgeous.

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Thank you for the answer.

I was wondering how much do you think the parts weigh in total?

My hat's off to you. This is AWESOME!