New project PS2 handheld

xck

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This looks amazing! It's like a beautiful giant PSP! Got any more photos? I'd love to see some progress photos and internals.
Ok, I will update some processes in the evening.
 
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Looking forward to the nudes. Looks great man!
 

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Yes, injection molding is enlarged to 7 inches according to the PSV ratio.
absolutely insane work! nice to see yet another sony engineer around here ;-)
 

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*heavy breathing*
That is absolutely beautiful work. Did you have to order a bunch of cases in order to have it injection molded, or did you find a company that would make only a couple?
 

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I second Madmoras question :D
That's exceptional work! Colour me interested in the way you made the case, the screen you used, the control board, the...well the entire thing is exceptional!!!
 
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Wow! This is artwork

Thanks for sharing

Does this have headphone jacks btw?
 

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looks good!
im working on 2 ps2 portables atm any tips?
I would suggest reading through the guides in the guide hub, and reading as many worklogs as you can to learn from their mistakes. Once you either reach a starting point or hit a brick wall, I would suggest starting a your own worklog thread. This will help keep threads on topic. Either way, XCK doesn't speak english, and has to run everything through a translator. He's probably not the best person to ask common questions due to the language barrier.
 
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I would suggest reading through the guides in the guide hub, and reading as many worklogs as you can to learn from their mistakes. Once you either reach a starting point or hit a brick wall, I would suggest starting a your own worklog thread. This will help keep threads on topic. Either way, XCK doesn't speak english, and has to run everything through a translator. He's probably not the best person to ask common questions due to the language barrier.
oh I see thanks I don't think I can create a post yet sadly(will check again) I have hit one wall so far XD with my 50001. im waiting on my case for my 1st.
 
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Hello!!! Tell me how did you connect the power to the 9000x board? Maybe there is a circuit?
 
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