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3D Printing Mouse shells???

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I own a Finalmouse Ultralight Pro (White) and I absolutely hate it, the sensor feels iffy, there is barley any customizability, you have to manually overclock it if you want above 500hz polling rate and not to mention that its overpriced. Anyways I had an idea, I really like the design of the mouse (with the holes and stuff), what if I used my favourite mouse (Logitech G703) and 3D printed a shell similar to the Finalmouse and put it on the G703. I saw someone make some shells like the finalmouse on reddit 

 

Anyways, anyone have ideas on how I could do this and if this is even possible???

 

Cheers Oliver


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if you rip out the internals of the G703 you could probably 3D print something to mount it all in and that should work just fine. thats about as far as i can help you though


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Posted · Original PosterOP
26 minutes ago, Bananasplit_00 said:

if you rip out the internals of the G703 you could probably 3D print something to mount it all in and that should work just fine. thats about as far as i can help you though

Thats what I was assuming, I will probably buy another one in the case that I mess up my current one. I will look around for some dimensions and designs. Thanks for the help


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