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post #2181 of 2411 (permalink) Old 07-07-2019, 07:02 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Klopfer View Post
maybe you @bst can make a CM Storm Spawn Shape Clone ( Xornet / Xornet II were a lil bit different too , but MM520 was huge different )
I could try it, I need the 3D scan though, then I can see if the PCBs will fit, see my previous post for software you can use, its not that hard, just need to take a bunch of photos and load them up in the program, and it'll make the model.

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Hmmmm... does this mean detachable cable too? I really wish all mice would have this feature. I really can’t see a reason not to.
It has the standard 5 pin JST plug on the PCB, the reason why is because it makes it easier for people to make their own cables, and some people were concerned that a detachable cable could suffer from connection issues over time.
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I could try it, I need the 3D scan though, then I can see if the PCBs will fit, see my previous post for software you can use, its not that hard, just need to take a bunch of photos and load them up in the program, and it'll make the model.



It has the standard 5 pin JST plug on the PCB, the reason why is because it makes it easier for people to make their own cables, and some people were concerned that a detachable cable could suffer from connection issues over time.
Still counts as detachable . Have to open up the mouse, but still.
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whats the size of the astrum's pcb?
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post #2184 of 2411 (permalink) Old 07-09-2019, 02:31 AM
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Is that the smallest you can go with the astrum pcb?
114mm long, 58mm wide are the custom dimensions I'm looking for.
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@bst could i just mail you a mouse shell so you can make the most accurate replica of it possible?
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@bst any updates how far is the latest test samples? are they finished and tooling is done? Been 3 weeks since last update. Just curios...
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@bst any updates how far is the latest test samples? are they finished and tooling is done? Been 3 weeks since last update. Just curios...
Same im curious, how is it going? Dont overwork yourself.

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I don't get it. What's the hold ups now? Keep saying it's so close to being finished and then a month later something new needs changes.

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