Worklog Brasil - Game Cube Portable 2017

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I used the translator ...

Hello friends!
I'm creating this post to show my next work ...
This is a Portable Game Cube ...
I'm starting this project aware that many parts are missing due to the difficulty of finding some things in my country ...
Here are some photos of the project started:


The case was printed in 3D ...
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The two parts of the case ...

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You must be wondering where the holes in the command buttons are, since my case does not seem to have any ...
The idea here is to make a mixed case, I'll be sticking parts of the original control in the case ... This is due to the fact that I do not have enough knowledge in 3D modeling software to draw the holes ... For me it will be easier like this...

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This card has already installed the "WASP" chip, everything is working perfectly ... I placed the chip in these points to make it easier to cut the board ...

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I will be working with the standard regulator, because the regulators "PTH08080" are not found in my country, as well as quality batteries ... So I imported from China through the site aliexpress, follow the link if they can verify if I bought it right:
Https://www.aliexpress.com/item/PTH...32790287587.html?spm=a2g0s.8937460.0.0.2prfYr

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Things in place ...
SD Card (Wasp), Micro SD Slot (SD Gecko), Volume Potentiometer, Speakers and Screen board...

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I apologize for not speaking English, and for the bad Google translation ... And all help is welcome !!!
 

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ShockSlayer

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I like the approach, mixing frankencasing and 3D printing. With the margin of error in both design and the printer, it actually makes a lot of sense to do it this way.

Looks good so far!
 

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Loving it!
Clean wasp to filtercap soldering.

Good luck with the build! Looking forward to it.
 

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That WASP wiring is hnnnnnnnnnnng. This ought to be good.
 
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I like the approach, mixing frankencasing and 3D printing. With the margin of error in both design and the printer, it actually makes a lot of sense to do it this way.

Looks good so far!
Thank you friend! Yes, I believe the margin of error will be lower, since I can not draw the buttons yet ... but I'm training for this!

Loving it!
Clean wasp to filtercap soldering.

Good luck with the build! Looking forward to it.
Very grateful ... I think you made a mistake, I used epoxy glue in the welds, because they are very delicate ...

Another Brasilian here
Looking good so far, dude. Keep it up!
Yes! Brazilians can also play ...
Thank you friend!

That WASP wiring is hnnnnnnnnnnng. This ought to be good.
Grateful friend!
 
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