I'm the scanman
- Jul 12, 2017
- Queensland, Australia
would anyone sell me a case as I don't own or know anything about 3D printing
Yes, you use the trimming guide if you're going to trim your WiiWould I use this (https://bitbuilt.net/forums/index.php?threads/the-definitive-wii-trimming-guide.198/) to trim the wii, or another way?
having the same issue here, any 10k ohm pot should work but whether it will fit is another question, although ik its possible to use buttons instead by shorting a pad on the uamp, i think its j2Are there any other potentiometer that i can use? I live in Germany and I don't want to pay 20 bucks for shipping.
Clearly you didn't read the files in the Ashida download correctly.Where can I get this printed because I checked pcbway and the website said it couldn't support files bigger than 50mb and I would like to have it resin casted but if not I know where I could get it 3d printed and any help is greatly appreciated!
I dont understand what you are saying i downloaded the file and went to the website for a qoute.Clearly you didn't read the files in the Ashida download correctly.
Please stop posting in the same thread in rapid succession. Read the forum rules.
There's files specifically for PCBWay. Look at the filenames.
I'm just new to using forums and haven't got used to it it and in sorry for posting so much Im just really excited about the thought of making my first portable.if you have to ask this type of question i dont think a portable wii is the right project for you
I understand that I have to do a lot of research and that i won't always have help, but how can I use the ashida file on the PCBWay website Im just really confused about that.Portables take a lot of time and research. Not to off-put you, but blurting out simply questions that can be solved with 10 seconds of research isnt a good sign. You need to dig deep into the forums and pore over diagrams before asking questions. No one is going to hold your hand through the process but thankfully it is very well documented.