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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.
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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