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MOUSEY’S CIRCUITRY IS FREEFORMED
This means that we’ll solder the parts to each other without a circuit board, building everything up right inside the mouse case. But before we do this, we’ll need to prep the case and install the motors, and then breadboard the circuitry separately to make sure everything works.Before unholstering your Dremel tool, you’ll need to determine if the mouse has enough space inside. Unscrew the mouse case and eyeball it to make sure that it will hold the two DC motors and a 9-volt battery. Screws may be hiding under little nylon feet or tape strips on the bottom of the mouse. Save these bits so you can put them back at the end of the build; they’ll help reduce friction.
PERFORM AN ALIEN MOUSE AUTOPSY
Once you have a suitable candidate, remove all of the mechanics and electronics. Unhook the mouse cable from its plug-type connector, pop out the scroll wheel (if it has one), and then pry out the PCB (printed circuit board). Set these parts aside. Then use your Dremel and cut-off wheel to hollow out the case, removing all of the plastic mounts and partitions inside, except for any screw post(s) that hold the case together. Do the same for the top half, although you may want to leave the mounts that hold the buttons in place. Note: Plastic dust is nasty stuff, so work on news- paper and wear goggles and a mask.