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maybe a MicoAdder would be a possibility. Do it like a KinzuAdder. Keep the front part with the wheel and the buttons and connect it to the DA PCB.
Search for the pics of Kinzuadder and you will see what i mean.

Im pretty sure the Mico has only one PCB for sensor and button layout (unlike the kinzu or deathadder)
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post #12 of 15
yes, but this is no problem. You could saw of the button wheel part and solder the wires direct to the underside. I have done this with a dell mouse.
I'm short of time, otherwise I would measure the sensor pcb part of the DA to clarify wether it will fit into the Mico shell.
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Originally Posted by CeeSA View Post

yes, but this is no problem. You could saw of the button wheel part and solder the wires direct to the underside. I have done this with a dell mouse.
I'm short of time, otherwise I would measure the sensor pcb part of the DA to clarify wether it will fit into the Mico shell.
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Well I'm trialing the Pyra for a while, so if you do get the time at some stage, please report back smile.gif
post #14 of 15
So, the DA 3,5 PCB (Sensor) is 55mm lenght and 45mm width.
I think you could gain 1mm or 2mm with file away something.

I use a DA 3 but it was easier for me to measure the 3,5G PCB. I would give it a try, in your position.
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Thanks for posting back! Interesting hmmm
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