Nintendo Wifi Router #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi


This router makes use of an old Nintendo and is powered be a Raspberry Pi

Shared by khinds10 on Instructables:

Using an Old Nintendo Entertainment system case, produce a highly functional home router using a RaspberryPI 3!

Old Nintendo Case from a broken NES (remove all the old contents inside the case, leaving only the outside frame, the power / reset buttons and the controller connections)

Install inside the NES

Using a 3D printer print the Digole Display frame “NESPanel” in the /construction/display-frame/ folder. [if you don’t have a 3D printer you could delicately cut a square hole for the Digole Display with a Dremel tool]

Cut the following holes open in the back and side of the case to allow for the small fan to be fastened on the side and the power/ethernet and USB ethernet cables to get in through the back.


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