Model GC Micro STL's

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BOM:

It's pretty straight forward -

- 4 Layer Wii
- Red board USB A x2
- RVL-PSU x 1
- NAND Flex x1
- PTH or any other regulator for 1.8v
- Gamecube controller extension lead x4 (for adapter)
- A latching power switch (There's a bit of room to use whatever you can fit)
- A 35x35x10 fan and heatsink

-Four of these are a good fit for the controller ports but I'm sure many other female jacks will fit.
Controller Ports

- Four of these for the adapters
Male Jacks

I'd also recommend shielded wire for video, the AV port sits very close to the Wii board and generates a bit of noise on unshielded wire even if twisted.
 

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Issues were found with the original top shell and controller ports leading them to have multiple shells and not optimal for resin printing by print services.

Here are the fixed files as well as a top half that can be used with the AVE-HDMI.
 

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