3D printed Nintendo portable

Posted on Tuesday, June 5th, 2012 in 3D Model, Maker Faire by DP

Check out The Longhorn Engineer’s Maker Faire project: the 3D printed NES portable. This is basically the Nintendo Top loader board placed inside a custom 3D printed case, with a Play Station Portable screen integrated into it.

You can also watch Parker talk about it in our video about the Bay Area Maker Faire 2012 projects.

Via the contact form.

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