NesPi: Una Raspberry Pi dentro de una NES (II)

Continuing the theme that we mentioned a week ago, in the post NesPi: Una Raspberry Pi dentro de una NES (I), Today let's talk about the possible location of the first devices within the enclosure...

Not bad, Now we have the base, It is the housing of the NES. We must begin to plan how to place things inside.

My idea is to do the least possible damage to the housing, so it looks like the maximum possible to what is, a NES. For this reason, I do not agujerearé the housing or modify you structure. El único cambio que es necesario para poder adecuar los conectores a las necesidades actuales (hdmi, RJ45, rca…) es en las dos partes en las que anteriormente ya se alojaban los contactos antiguos (son las dos secciones pintadas de amarillo que podéis ver en la siguiente imágen).

The approach is to make two levels, separados por una plancha de acero perforada (que muy amablemente me ha cedido mi buen amigo Flash). Thus we will be able to adapt it easily to plastic stems that protrude from the base, dónde iba atornillada la placa base (que por cierto, ya he vendido). As I said, nor do I modify it too inside, no quiero cambiar nada (si, I am too strict with all these things, jejeje).

Not bad, said this, I advance a small color scheme of how to distribute the material inside the housing, solo en el nivel inferior (la base). Top, in the next post...

Veamos un pequeño esquema:

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Autor: Jordi

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