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Announcement   Announcement : Make your own joystick with this
   posted by klapdeur on 6-Apr-2019 12:01:55 (662 reads)
Hello everyone.

3dPrintservice is back again with a new DIY item.


We all know this feeling from playing a nice game and the damned joystick breaks down.

Now you can make your own Competition Pro styled joystick with this base. All that is required then is to buy some arcade buttons, stick and wire it to a DB9 connection, and there you have it a new working joystick.


Easy to replace a button after building it.






Here for sale right now:


DIY Arcade Joystick




Have fun gaming !

    

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Jupp3 
Re: Make your own joystick with this
Posted on 10-Apr-2019 0:32:23
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Have you created this yourself?

Looks quite similar to the one I printed from thingiverse long ago.

It's just that many models have at least attribution requirement in their license, and you give... none.

(And some might have forbidden commercial use completely)

Last edited by Jupp3 on 10-Apr-2019 at 12:32 AM.

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klapdeur 
Re: Make your own joystick with this
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i have created it myself i used the orig competition pro as sample still making changes on other revisions

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Jupp3 
Re: Make your own joystick with this
Posted on 13-Apr-2019 18:15:50
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Ok, it's all good then. It's pretty obvious that all clones of specific design will end up looking more or less similar

Also, the information is rather... minimal...

I have tons of arcade components lying around, and after printing the one case I found, I noticed that none of them would really fit.

For anyone who might be interested in building a stick, it would be helpful if you:
1)Linked to compatible parts
and/or:
2)Provided necessary dimensions (screw hole positions for the stick component, button length) etc.

You can probably get clone components, that are way better than any old stick from ali express for a few dollars. There are also megadrive pad extension cables, that can be used for such a project.

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Re: Make your own joystick with this
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i still are tuning it for the basic arcade switches etc for now its a really DIY project for those who wants to build with all kind of switches etc etc.
im planning an option for some basic parts etc. but its still WIP.


for now the basic works for most projects .

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