OpenScad SNES controller bottom,
I put my NES controller project on hold. Mainly because a Pi Zero can run SNES games, and a SNES controller can be used to play NES games. Plus I think cramming everything into the controller will work better with the dog bone controller anyway.
First step for me is just to re-create the bottom then modify it to my needs. So here’s the first step in that process.
I’m working on a version to fit a Pi Zero in the case with a full size USB port with a switch to flip to the integrated controller or external, permanent power attached, Heat sink and HDMI hookup. All while staying as true to the original profile as possible. I’ll post that as a separate thing when / if I finally get that accomplished.
This is a copy of the bottom of the Tomee SNES controller
If you make something with it, let me see it!
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