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November 20, 2014 AT 10:30 am

Sabre Builds a PiGRRL #3DPrinting

Sabre from YouTube channel Frag Dolls built our PiGRRL Raspberry Pi project and made an awesome video about her build process. She made some note worthy improvements to the build like sanding the printed parts down to make a shine-smooth finish and sealing them shut with acetone. She also drilled holes into the button PCB’s to keep them in place so they aren’t misaligned during extended gameplay. We’re completely chuffed at her serious builder skillz and love her video. Many kudo’s goes to Sabre and the lovely gals from Frag Dolls.

Be sure to check out the PiGRRL guide on the Adafruit Learning System.


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