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post #1871 of 1893 (permalink) Old 03-07-2019, 06:49 AM
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I replaced the battery, removed the induction charging parts along with the magnets for the side buttons, cut out the dongle holder, drilled holes in and cut out chunks of the endoskeleton, drilled holes in the in the M1/M2 buttons, the base of the mouse, and the main shell of the mouse.

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Well theres 13 shapes so I imagine one should be close. if not I hope someone releases a 3d print stl of the io1.1.
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Well theres 13 shapes so I imagine one should be close. if not I hope someone releases a 3d print stl of the io1.1.
will it work to get the palm part 3d printed? i thought maybe it would just be for the side pieces...but the WMO for me is just like fk etc too flat for big hands, least with the io1.1a its kinda got a higher central arc that pushes into your palm...
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ya the palm and sides can be printed from stl. the only part that cannot is the buttons but maybe bst will change his mind once he realizes nobody is going to mass produce 3d printed clones of the astrum. thats only competitive with injection molding, and nothing is stopping anyone from doing that anyway, like hongsund did with the io1.1.
I could have told you the wmo wouldnt fit lol, i bought a faulty one to try it out too. in any event the palm is most of the grip and the buttons will be fingertipped anyway so i expect lacking the buttons 3d print wont matter. it might look unsightly with a step down.

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ya the palm and sides can be printed from stl. the only part that cannot is the buttons but maybe bst will change his mind once he realizes nobody is going to mass produce 3d printed clones of the astrum. thats only competitive with injection molding, and nothing is stopping anyone from doing that anyway.
I could have told you the wmo wouldnt fit lol, i bought a faulty one to try it out too. in any even the palm is most of the grip and the buttons will be fingertipped anyway so i expect lacking the buttons 3d print wont matter. it might luck unsightly with a step down.
sucks man, ill try the double ergo set up and try wrap my hand around it which should flatten out my hand in theory lol....i keep getting the io1.1a out and feeling how good the shape is...its a shame i cant get the overclock of the hz working otherwise id put some tennis overgrips on it and use it...
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Any chance to see those 100% ptfe undyed mouse feet from odin on the astrum?

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Any chance to see those 100% ptfe undyed mouse feet from odin on the astrum?
I was wondering that too since it the Odin also looks to be produced by Motospeed.

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Ok I've sent a message asking them if they can do it. I done it with the Aurora and it wasn't any problem, to be honest I didn't notice any difference, but if its not hard to do then why not.

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I was wondering that too since it the Odin also looks to be produced by Motospeed.
What makes you think it's made by Motospeed? There are loads of mouse factories

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@bst Not long until you can send the mouse for CE tests now?
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@bst Not long until you can send the mouse for CE tests now?
Nope, not long now, hopefully this week, I'll keep the updates coming as they happen
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