Statial Adjustable Mouse

by PyottDesign
  • Black

    Black nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.

    $69.99
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The Statial is a 3D printed infinitely physically customizable mouse surface.

When combined with a Logitech M100 mouse, the Statial 3D print creates an ambidextrous adjustable mouse that can be quickly locked and unlocked from a center switch. The surfaces of the Statial can be precisely adjusted for the ultimate in custom mouse ergonomics.

THE STATIAL 3D PRINT WILL ONLY WORK WITH A M100 MOUSE (UNAFFILIATED & SOLD SEPARATELY)

For full assembly details please watch the Assembly Video .

For more information on how to assemble and adjust the Statial please visit www.PyottDesign.com

Dimensions

IN: 3.179 w x 1.525 d x 4.58 h
CM: 8.074 w x 3.874 d x 11.632 h

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yea the center lock is really tough. I still havent been able to get it loose with out denting the material. any tips? i've tried quarter with pliers.
July 8, 2013, 6:32 pm
@drfranktate Hey thanks! Also good to know about the stiff center unlocking too, really great of you to roll with it like that! The whole “how difficult will it be to unlock” is really random right now because of the color coating process. Basically immediately after the nylon part comes out of the printer it is cleaned and the color coating is applied. Problem is that if the all of the excess nylon powder is not removed from between the moving parts it solidifies when the coating is applied, making all the parts more difficult to get separated. The more excess powder on and in the part, the stronger the parts are bonded together. At first I was getting parts back that you could almost just shake to unlock but I believe Shapeways changed their dying/spraying process a couple of months ago and it has been super tough to account for with moving parts ever since. Ahhh, all the joys of 3D printing for production :D In any case, thanks again for the purchase and the praise!
June 19, 2013, 2:08 am
AND it works pretty perfectly. The pieces were a bit harder to separate than some users may realize. I had to use pliers to get the two button pieces to move, and the locking mechanism still requires a quarter held in pliers. I'm certainly not complaining, it's just that some people may not have had the same experience with Chilton and Haynes automotive manuals to know that when they say "use a rubber mallet and a brass drift", it actually means "grab a 5 lb sledge, the stoutest punch you've got, an 8-foot cheater bar and a big vice, and then it *might* move*.
June 18, 2013, 6:22 pm
Not just a brilliant concept and game changer for designers but a beautiful aesthetic. Hats off to you.
June 8, 2013, 9:16 pm
 
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