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My retro game machine DIY.

Discussion in 'Off Topic - All other stuff here' started by mm jeon, Apr 17, 2019 at 11:42.

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    My retro game machine DIY.

    Board : Raspberry Pi 3B
    LCD : 9.7"
    Body material: 9T plywood
    Battery : About 3 hours
    Others: 90 degree screen rotation
    OS : Recalbox


    Concept 3d modeling.
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    I was the first to make a game machine. It was also the first time to make something with wood.
    There was a small mistake or lack of experience, but somehow I made it.

    It was difficult to assemble because of the rotation function.
    First, I had to assemble the LCD with the bezel and then assemble the body. Also, the space was narrow and the body was assembled after the cables were installed in advance.

    Picture taken during assembly.

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    It is a working picture inside the game machine.


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    Personally it was quite a fun job. There are many points to complement, but I can enjoy it quite fun.

    Lastly, it's a working picture & gif.

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