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Author Topic: Metal Custom Arcade Stick Case. TRFight Stick  (Read 298 times)

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Hursit

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Metal Custom Arcade Stick Case. TRFight Stick
« on: April 25, 2018, 09:27:04 am »

Metal Arcade Stick is designed by ME
Made by high durable Metal.
Custom Made RED PCB is allowed clean and easy setup. It is compatible with Brook Fighting Board & OEM PS3-PC PCB.
0.7MM PVC with logo which you can put your Custom Artwork above it.
5 Different Colours you can choose it. ( WHITE-BLACK-YELLOW-RED-GREY)
Neutrik NAUSB for the Quick disconnect USB Cable
All the buttons and joystick space is compatible with Sanwa Parts.

METAL CASE
0.7MM PVC
CUSTOM PCB
NEUTRIK NAUSB
HARNESSES FOR BUTTON AND JOYSTICK
2M USB CABLE
1M RIGHT ANGLE USB CABLE
4 PC RUBBER FEET
SCREWS

PRICE : 99$ USD. ( OEM BUTTONS, JOYSTICKS and PS3&PC OEM PCB ARE INCLUDED AS A GIFT )

Please watch the video and pictures...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBtU_ncBPFU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stqBKaikius&t=137s















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Re: Metal Custom Arcade Stick Case. TRFight Stick
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2018, 01:26:40 pm »
Any way of ordering a customize button layout?

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Re: Metal Custom Arcade Stick Case. TRFight Stick
« Reply #2 on: April 25, 2018, 01:50:20 pm »
Any way of ordering a customize button layout?

I would doubt it - since they are using a custom PCB with the layout built into the board - so customizing the layout would mean making another custom PCB and having it produced so I'm sure there would be some sort of minimum QTY that had to be produced and would probably be expensive.

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Re: Metal Custom Arcade Stick Case. TRFight Stick
« Reply #3 on: April 25, 2018, 02:05:18 pm »
I would be happy with just buying the case, without the PCB.  Heck, I'd take a case without any holes and drill my own TBH.   I don't even need the joystick mount, since I'm looking to put a pinball stick together for some pinball video games.

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Re: Metal Custom Arcade Stick Case. TRFight Stick
« Reply #4 on: April 25, 2018, 02:14:29 pm »
If you don't need metal, we can work something out with wood. I have a CNC machine with a 24 inch x 12 inch work area. I can technically work with aluminum, but I have never bothered with it.

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Re: Metal Custom Arcade Stick Case. TRFight Stick
« Reply #5 on: April 25, 2018, 03:34:08 pm »
Any way of ordering a customize button layout?

Hello..
Sorry but it is not possible for now. Bfs it is not the pcb only problem. Metal case is not allowed to change panel layout.

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Re: Metal Custom Arcade Stick Case. TRFight Stick
« Reply #6 on: April 25, 2018, 03:51:54 pm »
I would be happy with just buying the case, without the PCB.  Heck, I'd take a case without any holes and drill my own TBH.   I don't even need the joystick mount, since I'm looking to put a pinball stick together for some pinball video games.

Ahh - from the looks of the first pic it should be simple to replace the top with a sheet of aluminum/metal - Looks like the top panel is just mounted on with 4 screws on the edges so pretty much any sheet metal panel could be cut to fit and 4 holes drilled for the screws ( maybe add a vinyl overlay to cover the metal if you can't get the paint to color match the rest. )

EDit : Actually the top panel is not just a plate but part of the box ( see the second video posted) - but you could change it up by cutting the top to remove it from the areas your layout needs and adding a panel over the top like the plexi overlay they are using - so would be workable just a bit of cutting and modding to it.
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Re: Metal Custom Arcade Stick Case. TRFight Stick
« Reply #7 on: April 25, 2018, 04:59:42 pm »
Any way of ordering a customize button layout?

Hello..
Sorry but it is not possible for now. Bfs it is not the pcb only problem. Metal case is not allowed to change panel layout.
Ok, thanks for the info. Do you have any replacement pvc tops that have no holes?  I could just put artwork underneath a blank pvc cover and not worry about the holes in the metal case.


Ahh - from the looks of the first pic it should be simple to replace the top with a sheet of aluminum/metal - Looks like the top panel is just mounted on with 4 screws on the edges so pretty much any sheet metal panel could be cut to fit and 4 holes drilled for the screws ( maybe add a vinyl overlay to cover the metal if you can't get the paint to color match the rest. )

EDit : Actually the top panel is not just a plate but part of the box ( see the second video posted) - but you could change it up by cutting the top to remove it from the areas your layout needs and adding a panel over the top like the plexi overlay they are using - so would be workable just a bit of cutting and modding to it.
Yeah if Hursit offers a blank PVC cover, I won't need to worry about the holes on top. But if not, I might be able to get MikeA to cut me one.


If you don't need metal, we can work something out with wood. I have a CNC machine with a 24 inch x 12 inch work area. I can technically work with aluminum, but I have never bothered with it.
Thanks buddy.  I might take you up on some work in a bit when I figure out how this is all going to pan out.

  
 

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