Model Jeff's Assortment of Various Models

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  1. jefflongo Broke BitBuilt .

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    These are models and assets I have made for various projects. Not everyone should have to create the same model over and over again, so I'm sharing all of mine. I use Fusion 360 so I have attached the F360 file, STL, and an image of the part for each item on here. Please feel free to use them in your projects!

    Name: 3DS Slider Guide
    Description: Holds a 3DS slider. Use with the 3DS slider crossbar for maximum support.
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    3DSSliderGuide.png

    Name: 3DS Slider Crossbar
    Description: A support for the 3DS slider guide.
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    3DSSliderCrossbar.png

    Name: GameCube ABXY Button Guides
    Description: Guides for the GameCube controller ABXY buttons. The height is such that a piece of perfboard with the squishy orange tact switches will fit perfect while sitting on top of the guides. I recommend adding screwposts.
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    Name: GameCube D-Pad Guide
    Description: Guide for the GameCube controller D-Pad. The height is such that a piece of perfboard with the squishy orange tact switches will fit perfect while sitting on top of the guide. I recommend adding screwposts.
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    GCDpad.png

    Name: GameCube Logo
    Description: Just a GameCube logo I drew up and never used. Could be cool for a fan vent if modified.
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    GamecubeLogo.png

    Name: OMGWTF Trimmed Wii
    Description: A Wii motherboard trimmed with the OMGWTF trim.
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    OMGWTF.png

    Name: OMGWTF Trimmed Wii with 10mm Heatsink Setup
    Description: An OMGWTF Trimmed Wii using a 35x35x10mm fan and heatsink. The model includes thermal pads, a 35x70mm copper plate, and the fan/heatsink.
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    OMGWTF10mmcooling.png

    Name: Wii Micro Trimmed Wii with 7mm Heatsink Setup
    Description: The trim I used for my Wii micro. This trim is similar to the OMGWTF but retains the USB connector, AV connector, and all 5 screwposts. Includes thermal pads, a 35x70mm copper plate, and a 35x35x7mm fan and heatsink.
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    WiiMicro7mmcooling.png

    Name: Jeff's LMAO Trimmed Wii
    Description: My custom LMAO trim which retains the USB vias and 3 screwposts. Also includes the aforementioned 7mm heatsink setup.
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    JeffsLMAO7mmcooling.png

    Name: Wii USB Ports
    Description: The USB ports used on the Wii.
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    USB.png

    Name: Wii AV Port
    Description: The AV port used on the Wii.
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    AVconnector.png

    Name: Wii GameCube Ports
    Description: The GameCube ports used on the Wii, trimmed as far as possible. Take advantage of the opportunity for screwposts.
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    WiiGamecubePorts.png

    Name: GameCube Ports
    Description: The GameCube ports used on the GameCube, trimmed to retain traces but reduce wasted space. Note the PCB is on the back of the ports instead of underneath like on the Wii. Better for some form factors.
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    GamecubePorts.png

    Name: Wii Power Connector
    Description: The power connector used on the Wii.
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    WiiPowerConnector.png

    Name: 4" Dalian Good Display
    Description: The 4" Dalian Good Display. Includes driver board.
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    Dalian4.png

    Name: 5" Dalian Good Display
    Description: The 5" Dalian Good Display. Includes driver board.
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    Dalian5.png

    Name: Tianma 3.5" Display
    Description: The 3.5" Tianma Display (also known as the cheap eBay screen). Includes driver board.
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    Tianma3.5.png

    Name: NCR 18650B
    Description: A Panasonic NCR 18650B Lithium-Ion battery.
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    NCR18650B.png

    Name: GC+
    Description: The GC+ 1.0 made by Aurelio.
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    GC+.png

    Name: PowerMii
    Description: The PowerMii full verison 1.0 made by Aurelio.
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    PowerMii.png

    Name: Squishy Orange Tact Switch
    Description: The orange squishy tact switch found in the BOM.
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    TactSquishy.png

    Name: 12mm Tact Switch
    Description: A standard 12mm tact switch. I used it as a Z button.
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    Tact12mm.png

    Name: SPST/SPDT Switch
    Description: A standard SPST/SPDT switch.
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    SPST-SPDTswitch.png

    Name: DPST/DPDT Switch
    Description: A standard DPST/DPDT switch.
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    DPDTswitch.png

    Name: 1W 8Ω Speaker
    Description: A

    1W 8Ω Speaker found in the BOM.
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    1w8oSpeaker.png

    Name: MicroUSB Breakout Board
    Description: A generic microUSB breakout board found on eBay. There is an opportunity for screwposts.
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    MicroUSB.png

    Name: Frys Barrel Jack
    Description: A barrel jack I bought from Frys.
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    FrysBarrelJack.png

    Name: Digikey Shoulder Button
    Description: A shoulder button I bought from Digikey. If taken apart it can be made into a great dual tact shoulder button.
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    DigikeyShoulderButton.png
     

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  2. Stitches 2 and a Half Dollarydoos Staff Member . . .

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  3. Madmorda Painting Queen Staff Member . . . .

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    Wow, you've been hard at work haha. Lookin good! Thanks for sharing :)
     
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  4. Aurelio The Fixer ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ Staff Member . . . . .

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    These are great! Let me know if you want the details of some of my boards if you want to make them too :)
     
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    I'd like them, if he doesn't.
     
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    Awesome thanks for sharing!
     
  7. walle . .

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    hey bro can you upload a 3d model of squared 79000 ps2 board
     
  8. jefflongo Broke BitBuilt .

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    Unfortunately I don't have one.
     
  9. jefflongo Broke BitBuilt .

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    Bumping this thread because I've made a HUGE overhaul. I uploaded every model I've made (both F360 file and STL) as well as reorganized the thread. I've got a nice little collection going now!
     
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    Is the heatsink setup you included in the OMGWTF trim model an actual product? If so, where can I get one?
    I'm a little confused with the whole cooling thing. I know it's a simple concept, just not sure how to do it :P
     
  11. jefflongo Broke BitBuilt .

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    Just search eBay for 35x35x(10 or 7) mm fan. I use that in combination with a 35x35x(7 or 10) mm heatsink that I got from Mouser. I put a 70x35mm copper sheet between the fan/heatsink and thermal pads on the Wii's chips. I ordered the copper sheet from OnlineMetals. You can see how I have it set up in the model.
     
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    This is super helpful. Thanks so much man!
     
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    Cheers for these models Jeff, very helpful in getting an idea on the size of the case, as well as where to position everything.
     

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