Model RVL-PMS, USB-C, U-AMP and more 3d models

Wesk

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All models to-scale with all the important parts modeled. Models are in OBJ format

RVL-PMS v1
RVL-PMS.png

PS2-PMS
PS2-PMS.png

N64-PMS
N64-PMS.png

USB-C
USB-C.png

U-AMP
U-AMP.png

GC+ 2.0
GC+2.0.png

RVL-PSU
RVL-PSU.png

Joystick Breakout Board
Joystick breakout board.png

Direct Drive 1.0
Direct Drive Front.png
Direct Drive Back.png
 

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Thank you so much for sharing.
It will be verry helpfull for designing case.
Do you have a CAD of GC + V2 ?
If no I can make that and share here
 

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Hello Wesk, do you have the SLDPRT, SLDASM or Fusion 360 piece files ?
The .obj is a mesh so it is difficult to use in a modelization.
If you want, I did the modeling of the OMGWTF Wii trim, but I'm not sure about the hole distances: /
 

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Hello Wesk, do you have the SLDPRT, SLDASM or Fusion 360 piece files ?
The .obj is a mesh so it is difficult to use in a modelization.
If you want, I did the modeling of the OMGWTF Wii trim, but I'm not sure about the hole distances: /
@jefflongo had made a bunch of models years ago, the OMGWTF trim being part of them: https://bitbuilt.net/forums/index.php?threads/jeffs-assortment-of-various-models.1657/

I'm also not sure what issues you're having with the models in fusion 360, you can import obj files very simply (Obj files were chosen for this as it is highly compatible with many programs).

If you're trying to modify them then maybe that's why you're having issues but these were only ever designed to be used as a static reference when designing a case.
 

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I have no problem importing into fusion 360, it works fine.
I said that because I like to use the parts as a reference for measurements and references in my designs, it makes it easier to modify the design later, especially for designs with a lot of parts.

Thanks for the link
 
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