Model G-Wii CAD files

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Nah, I got mine as a no name brand from a shitty local shop in Australia. The Wii doesn't output enough heat to need any special stuff, pretty much any 2 part thermal epoxy will do just fine
 
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Nah, I got mine as a no name brand from a shitty local shop in Australia. The Wii doesn't output enough heat to need any special stuff, pretty much any 2 part thermal epoxy will do just fine
Another question I have is about the case. I do not have a 3D printer, so what would you guys recommend I do to get the case printed?
 

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You can commission one from someone here, or you can use an online printing service. I think JLCPCB is the curent favourite
 
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I am having trouble printing the bottom shell for my G-Wii. I've printed it several times and changed several slicer settings, but this one problem always persists. The top of the hole for the left shoulder button will not completely finish printing. I tried my best to get some photos but they're not very good.
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These are the best photos I am capable of getting at the time.

Does anyone know why this may be happening and how to fix it? Originally I thought it was the coasting setting that was causing it to not extrude enough at the end these layers, but I've confirmed that coasting is not the problem.

Any help will be appreciated!

Edit: I'm quite certain it was the Z Seam setting, it seems to have been fixed after setting it to random.
 
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Hey i'm really interested in building this but I would like to make a few modifications, would it be possible for someone to export the SLDPRT files as STEP files? I use F360 Hobby and lack the ability to import or open SLDPRT files :(
 
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