a mouse in my size

Discussion in 'Mice and Surfaces' started by docmarcus, Dec 9, 2015.

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  1. docmarcus_no_id

    docmarcus_no_id New Member

    Hello, I love the Razer products, I recommend them to many people who come and see my office, but I have a little problem.

    I always wanted to have a big mouse, because I have a big hand. Taking the Razer Naga Epic interchangeable with the side that was enough for me.

    But I just had tendonitis, and be more comfortably do me good.

    So I set out to create an extension with matt clay, it works very well, it's very nice! But it leaves traces and it is not perfect.[​IMG]

    I wondered if I could have my mouse 3D file and these sides, to model a side that will admit me perfectly, and printed in 3D.

    Thank you very much.
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  2. GSSGaming

    GSSGaming Well-Known Member

    This is a forum, not a place where you can request someone to 3D print something for you. No one who is apart of this forum will be able to help you because we are not apart of Razer.

    I suggest contacting Razer to order and pay for a custom part.

    And do to the nature of this post, it will probably be removed as it is not following the House Rules.
  3. docmarcus_no_id

    docmarcus_no_id New Member

    sorry, I'm just looking for solutions to be better in my mouse.
  4. GSSGaming

    GSSGaming Well-Known Member

    Well this is a forum... And no one here can do this.
    I assume you just asked for someone on here to 3D print something for you.
  5. docmarcus_no_id

    docmarcus_no_id New Member

    I proposed a potential solution. if the 3D is not possible, I stay with my modeling clay
  6. Lafar

    Lafar Well-Known Member

    I'm sure there are people here with 3-D printers...

    I'm sure if you look online, you'll find people willing to 3-D print custom stuff.
    Here's an example of something like that.

    Do keep in mind that even if you did 3-D print something, it would need to either be very sticky so it doesn't touch the mousepad, or it would have to have mouse feet at the bottom of the 3-D printed object.
  7. If you would like to stick with your clay model, but want it to be better, I would suggest painting it with a slippery paint on the bottom, and a more matte paint on top where your fingers rest. Also, to help with the clay problem, you could try gluing mouse feet (you can purchase these anywhere on the world wide web, or even at the Razer Store).

    Sticking with clay is your best option if you want a definite comfort, and you know how it feels. With 3D printing it is possible to achieve that but you won't physically feel it until the product has arrived. And plus, measurements are not easy (yes you could do it, but it may be difficult).
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  8. NazgulStig

    NazgulStig Well-Known Member

    He is just looking for a solution to his custom design, don't be rude to new comers. This is not a support question that he can take to Razer Support, it will cost him a fortune to get Razer custom make something for him. If he can get it 3D printed by some way then that is the best option for him.

    He didn't ask anyone to get it 3-D printer, you really need to improve your reading skills before blowing up on a new comer.
    You can get it 3D printed if you have a 3D file that is made to measurement. You can either go around and ask your friends for a possible 3D printing place or you can pull the contact from google. Where are you from?
    @Stone Star : This is what this forum is all about, custom stuffs, game talks and mods and so on. If you see a thread that is something like "my BW's some keys are not working", redirect them to Razer Support and make them aware that this forum is not for support. Don't keep throwing this at everyone's face because this clearly is not a support thread.
    Last edited: Dec 9, 2015
  9. docmarcus_no_id

    docmarcus_no_id New Member

    Thank you. I am French, architecture student, know 3d modelling software. I have access to a printer and a scanner 3d school.

    Realizing my clay model I realized I needed skates underneath.

    I do not know where to pause my question, I could scan the mouse and do my extension from the scan, but the original 3d model would have allowed me myself to my more specific advice. but if this is not possible, I leave fallen.
  10. NazgulStig

    NazgulStig Well-Known Member

    Since you have access to the printer that is 1 issue solved..
    I don't know how the panels are on a Naga Epic but the easiest way will be to print the whole top panel with the extension or you could print the extension but you will have to get some glides/skates and leave a small area assigned to that. Glue the glides to the extension and the extension to the mouse but it will be permanent and removing the extension will damage the original panel of the mouse. So a safer solution will be to remove the top panel and make a new one with the extension as a replacement. This will require you to get a good finish on the new panel and your original panel will be safe.
  11. docmarcus_no_id

    docmarcus_no_id New Member

    that's true but if all is inseparable, I could not the meter on its base to recharge.
    I thought the meter rather attached to the removable side. and that all yours favors the magnets.
  12. NazgulStig

    NazgulStig Well-Known Member

    This is the panel I am talking about: (Skip to 5:57)
    You can make a new top panel so it doesn't interfere with the charging base
    You could make the side panel like the clay mode and fix it in to the slot but I am not sure how that is gonna hold the extra weight that extends to the far ends of the panel. You may also break the joining points inside the mouse if it falls or some extreme pressure is applied to the edges.
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2015
  13. Neutrinos

    Neutrinos Active Member

    It would be cool if you make a custom part out of wood, put Teflon mouse feet on the bottom, and epoxy the custom part to the side of the mouse...
  14. docmarcus_no_id

    docmarcus_no_id New Member

    epoxy yes, I was unable to remember the name of this resin!
    But I think it will be laborious woodworking.
  15. NazgulStig

    NazgulStig Well-Known Member

    you could hire a good carpenter for that but its still easier to just 3D print
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