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post #21 of 71
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does the little triangular part of the 3366 lens fit well into the g3's hole?

I never tried it, this lenspart is a little higher then the rest and goes a little bit deeper , the lens is build that way. But I made the hole as big as the original G502.
I added a picture where you see the difference between the holes before the mod. After the mod, they are the same. I thought, there must be a reason why logitech made the hole that big on the G502 and I wanted to stick with it.

Edited by syrell - 10/12/16 at 2:39am
post #22 of 71
This is amazing.

Do you take orders? I would kill for a 3366 in a Logitech Mini Optical shell. biggrin.gif
post #23 of 71
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This is amazing.

Do you take orders? I would kill for a 3366 in a Logitech Mini Optical shell. biggrin.gif
pm me maybe we can figure out something
post #24 of 71
+Rep and thank you.

Would have preferred a G1 version tho rolleyes.gif
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post #25 of 71
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pm me maybe we can figure out something

Is there hope for a 3366 ime 3.0?
post #26 of 71
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sure! the questions are , is the new pcb fitting inside and how does the mousewheel detection works. If there is a mechanical wousewheel inside, u need a mouse with a PMW3366 and a mechanical mousewheel for the transplatation, to not make it to complicated. The mousebuttons are only switches, there is is normally no bigdeal to bypass the original board. As I see on the picture the pcbs is already splittted. So you dont even need to cut the ie 3.0 pcb that much and it has space inside.
more in this thread
Edited by syrell - 10/13/16 at 3:53am
post #27 of 71
^ the number of people that would be crying tears of joy if that was realized in a good manner... or even WMO...
would exceed 3!!! tongue.gif
post #28 of 71
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^ the number of people that would be crying tears of joy if that was realized in a good manner... or even WMO...
would exceed 3!!! tongue.gif
I need more pictures from the pcbs inside round the mouswheel area , without mousewheel and from the inside of the top shell.
Lets make a new thread its a different mouse
Edited by syrell - 10/13/16 at 3:53am
post #29 of 71
I have to ask anyway, do you think a G1/mx300 version of this is possible? The G3 has a slightly too low sensor position for the most people (where its perfect on the G1,mx300) Plus the G1 is still available unlike the G3.
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post #30 of 71
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The G3 has a slightly too low sensor position for the most people
What u exactly mean? Is the sensor too far in the back or what problem it generates? Problem with liftoff distance?
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I have to ask anyway, do you think a G1/mx300 version of this is possible?

Definitely yes. U can mod the G1/MX300 with the pmw3366 from a G502 proteus core. I have a G1 at home and I used the pcb from it for the G3 mod. It's even easier because you don't have the sidebuttons like on the G3, therefore u have more space in the topshell! And u also don't have to make the sensorhole bigger, u can leave it untouched. The "on the fly"- sensitivity button u can solder to one of the 2 sidebuttons on the g502 pcb ( wiring picture).
There is no problem with the mousewheel, its the same tech logitech uses for a long time.

Only the things u will have to cut away from the bottom shell are different, but no big deal!
Edited by syrell - 10/13/16 at 2:25pm
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