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post #101 of 2099
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Yes, I hope the weight is 90gr. with smaller parts added. But it is probably not that less - I think ....

Is the slide bother you? Maybe I could mod/adjust something for you?

 

 

Well, we will see, i sure hope that we are in for a surprise, for me personally ~105 would be fine with the new feet and if the rest is worth it.

 

I thank you for the offer, but i gave my RAT away and considering that this is coming out Q1/2 2015 i dont see a reason to get a T.E., but i might take you up on the offer in the future, werent your ML Keycaps 3d printed? Do you have access to one?

post #102 of 2099
yes, the ML keycaps are 3d printed from a guy at deskthority.net.
If I wouldn't get a cramp in my hand every time I try out CAD programs I would have print everything like shells, buttons etc.
post #103 of 2099
Thread Starter 
Some people claim putting compressed weight into a mouse is great. While this mouse becomes a bag.

Others claim Artisan mouspads are not sticky.

Others come from Steelseries and Roccat and write.

Someone else searches years for a way to rewrite a sensor name in help of a factory.

Too many liers and advertisers in this forum.

So let's break it up.


Weight: You can distribute it, but only with the propper cartridge which hold all weights
in place which are not heavier than 5g. Weights on top makes the distribution go outside.
Weights just put in, molded, nailed, dangle like in a bag. 100g here becomes 500g.

Artisan: Weeabo non Japanese stickers. Who has that mousepad anyway.

Those Brands: Stop writing.

Ninox: a3500 garbage.

Shut up.

Someone claims every cent matters. May you loose everything. No, people don't buy your garbage.
Which mouse? Most are frauds.
post #104 of 2099
I guess this is now (or has always been) a nonsense thread? Because that is a whole lot of confusion in the post above me.
Edited by jayfkay - 4/21/15 at 2:03pm
post #105 of 2099
Thread Starter 
See who is writing. Jayfkay got angry:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fy9edjcjpYo

"Let's pretend we are mind disabled." "We don't know what you're talking about"

I would ban all of you companies.
Edited by Jalal - 4/22/15 at 4:04am
post #106 of 2099
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I guess this is now (or has always been) a nonsense thread? Because that is a whole lot of confusion in the post above me.

ikr, I'm still trying to process what was with that outburst of nonsense.
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Artisan: Weeabo non Japanese stickers.

Funny to see this from a person using a name from anime character and anime avatar.
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post #107 of 2099
Lets pick up this cool thread. Here's first of my tinkering projects that actually works rather well and is in daily use. G302's pcb inside an old Logitech office mouse plus an extremely crude wheel system and thumb button (M3). Sensor performance is up to specs, clicks aren't as good as with G302 of course, but good enough, much better than G100s'.







Believe it or not, the wheel works rather well for me. Stiff and defined notches and no middle click, but since I don't like wheel click and scroll text mostly with KB, this works great for me (apart from odd sound). Gonna try to do improved version with G3 at some point.
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Cool, but the "no mouse3" killed it for me. (i don't even use my G1 @ aurora because the clicks don't feel perfect rolleyes.gif)
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post #109 of 2099
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Lets pick up this cool thread. Here's first of my tinkering projects that actually works rather well and is in daily use. G302's pcb inside an old Logitech office mouse plus an extremely crude wheel system and thumb button (M3). Sensor performance is up to specs, clicks aren't as good as with G302 of course, but good enough, much better than G100s'.






Good one for showing the commitment an OCN user has in perfecting his input device thumbsupsmiley.png .

Would like to follow you in replacing the guts of the older mouse with the innards of a G302. Is there any way of keeping the G302 scroll wheel as well?
post #110 of 2099
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Good one for showing the commitment an OCN user has in perfecting his input device thumbsupsmiley.png .

Would like to follow you in replacing the guts of the older mouse with the innards of a G302. Is there any way of keeping the G302 scroll wheel as well?

Only the scroll wheel itself? Sure, that would work even with this crude method I used. But whole wheel assembly (or whatever it's called) and working wheel click? Maybe, depends on the mouse. I think Thunderbringer mentioned something about that in some thread, might wanna ask him. It could be doable since G302's wheel assembly can be torn off rather intact. If the shell you want to use has enough space etc. you might be able to attach the wheel assembly to its top shell or sides or whatever. The problem is that the attachment needs to be "springy" if you want the wheel click to work.

As a side note: I took a scroll wheel from another Logitech mouse, drilled a hole through the middle, crafted a simple holder from a paper clip, and attached it with Sugru to the top shell after testing out the proper height and position with blu tack.
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