Do you miss your old PC?

It’s time to print one…:grinning: Download the MiniPC STL files.

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Wow, I love it :star_struck: Looks like there’s a whole lot of room for expansion too. If I didn’t already have so many projects in the works already it would be fun to print this and try and figure out how to connect another microSD reader to the disc slot.

Any mac emulator working? I would like 7 system and polish language.
small diskiete hole meybe convert to sd card?

The Basilisk II emulator runs on Raspberry Pi, it should work on ClockworkPi too. I’m going to try and set up Mac OS 7 using this guide.

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The problem is mostly the resolution. The smallest screen size on an official Macintosh is 512x342 on the classic macs, the GameShell have a 320x240 screen, that’s don’t really fit :confused:

Though minivmac ( https://www.gryphel.com/c/minivmac/ ) is probably the best choice here.

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Did you try mini vmac on your device ?

how to use it ? btw, do you think it possible to upgrade the screen ?

I like this very much! What’s the best way to 3D print these parts? From what I can tell there isn’t an ideal side to sit flat while printing the largest part.

The inside don’t need to be perfect.

A bit of changes need to be done for the internal rail to be printed using FDM (like avoiding brutal 90° angles

SLA may work better, but for such part I think SLS would be the way to go as it is designed right now, but it is not that cheap :confused:

i’m making a case like this but designed to look like an old ibm computer. this is cool!

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