Nintendo Switch Labo experimenters and creators will surely be interested in this new video created by maker and engineer Vimal Patel showing a few examples of what can be created using a little LEGO, Labo and a few 3D printer parts. Check out the results in the video embedded below.
For those don’t know about Nintendo Switch Labo, they take the form of new kits created by Nintendo that include diet cardboard cutouts that can be assembled to create a wide variety of different projects and combined with the Joy Cons of the Nintendo Switch console.
“Patel’s experiments include using Lego to make sturdy piano keys, a fishing rod, and motorbike handlebars, as well as a controller variant that lets you play the Switch in portrait mode. “
“More experiments that combine LEGO with the Nintendo Switch, including Labo models like the piano, fishing rod, and motorbike, along with some controller models. The design I made for the 3D printed connectors is pretty poor, so I’d suggest looking at these designs instead and changing them to your requirements.”
The files for modification are available from the Thingiverse website by following the link below.
Source: Vimal Patel