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  1. I recently designed a replacement for the power switch for the TI-99/4A. And thought I would give it to the community. I have hosted it on Thingiverse here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3697972 But I have also attached a photo. It's not perfect, but good enough compared to jamming something in the hole to turn on/off the computer.
  2. Currently, few people have a decent 3D printer, even fewer people have the design skills to create cool stuff on them. It's really no problem because here at AtariAge we have a diverse community. We have people with almost every skill to fill almost every available niche. One member, who goes by "COREi64" has the printers (currently four), the skill set and the desire to make cool stuff for us. His first design, the 32K case was a work of art. I was so impressed I had to have one, but then something wonderful happened… TIPI hit the market. So sadly, I can't use that brand new case. But my loss gave me the idea for this blog entry. If YOU know what the future holds, YOU can make better decisions and save a few bucks at the same time! So this blog entry will show you what is going to be available, and what is currently available. A case for the 32K Memory Expansion Phase One (Completed) Not everyone needs or wants a TIPI. Some folks are perfectly happy with a FinalGROM99 cartridge and the 32K memory expansion board. For those folks, COREi64 has the solution for you. See the video (below) for that item. Case for 32K & TIPI Unit Phase Two (Completed) The 32K/TIPI case is available on his website << HERE >> which is slightly cheaper than the eBay offering << HERE >>. So if you want to avoid the eBay fees, click the first one! NOTE: If you live in the United States. fellow TI user Greg, (ArcadeShopper) is currently selling these cases << HERE>>. It's the same case, made by the same guy, but you save a fair amount on shipping. A Matching Case for the RPi Phase Three (Completed) This enclosure will be of use to current design TIPI users, and future users of the planned P-Box version. This design became available on 06/23/2018. This new case is a complete work of art and consists of a three piece construction, box, lid and base. It went through many revisions to get form and function melded into one beautiful unit. I truly doubt this enclosure will remain a secret to us TI'ers... I think a lot of non-TI Raspberry Pi users will want this unique case too. To order the RPi 2 & 3 version, the RPi 3 only version or even a custom face plate << CLICK HERE >>. Watch the video for a better look!
  3. From the album: Uh, retro stuff

    That rattling sound in your Super Action Controller? It's this thing and easily breaks.
  4. Well there it is. I've used it to replace the broken one in my controller. STL's attached. No Warranty! coleco controller thing.zip
  5. I've purchased a Makergear M2 and I hope to be using it to produce some case customizations. Is anyone making 3D models to be printed? Are there any Atari home computer objects that already exist out there? Also, are there any printable objects that people are really looking for? Cartridge cases?
  6. I have been pursuing the idea of prototyping some Lynx cartridges, and wanted to see if I could get something that looked similar to an original production cart. Using a set of calipers, I duplicated the cart shell in Blender and I have it up for sale for devs, on Shapeways, who may want to create more attractive prototypes. I have already done some prints myself, working out my own mistakes and adjustments required by the 3D printer. I included the details from the store page below and there are pictures available on the store page. I am selling these at production costs to keep it as accessible as possible (no extra moneys for me ) . Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions. http://shpws.me/LJKD Also, a quick question to those who are more similar with piracy on the Atari Lynx. Would it be wise to keep this listing publicly available or not? Last thing I want to see is this model being used to make pirated games look better physically. If there is interest from developers, and listing it publicly isn't a good choice due to piracy concerns, I can make it unlisted, and then give access to the print upon request. Regardless, if I ever catch wind of someone selling other people's software with this cart shell, I will take it down.
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