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Started by Nitro0602 - Last post by PL1

totally out of my expertise..
You don't need any fancy programming skills.
- Install the OpenSCAD software.
- Run the OpenSCAD program.
- Highlight/copy/paste the 156 lines of code from reply #24 into OpenSCAD.
- Save the file.  I used the filename "Hub and Bat - Bat Controller.scad".
- Press F5 to generate a preview of the part.
- Right click + drag to slide the view of the part. (no rotation)
- Left-click + drag to rotate the view of the part.
- Scroll wheel to zoom the view in/out.

Right now, the baseball bat is 75mm/3" long and the barrel (fat part you hit the ball with) is 12mm diameter. (12.7mm = 1/2")

Do the shapes and proportions look good to you?
-------------------
Code for the cam is almost done.
- Had to increase the cam radius from 26mm to 33mm so there's just enough room for the shaft collar hub, bumper notches, and the mounting block for the spring screw.
- The increased cam radius changes the amount of spring stretch from 80mm to 104mm.
- This should still be within a reasonable range of stretch and tension for the spring.   ;D


Scott

22   Driving & Racing Cabinets / Re: FFB Arcade Pluginon Yesterday at 02:47:35 am

Started by Boomslang - Last post by lee_stow

That's Greta!  Thanks!  You said here it is?  Where is it.  On your GitHub?  Do I have to compile it?

Edit:. Nevermind.  I'm blind.  Lol

Started by Nitro0602 - Last post by Nitro0602

Holly crap.. that is really cool.. totally out of my expertise.. but amazing work man! This looks very promising!

Started by Boomslang - Last post by jorgenjl2

Has anybody tested Cruis'n' USA and Cruis'n' World with this TAP adapter method?
What about California Speed?

Which games should work with this method?

The mentioned ones in this thread are:

San Francisco Rush
San Francisco Rush: The Rock
San Francisco Rush 2049
Cart Fury

I have not but that is a great idea. Getting Rush and Cruis’n working with link play is really the holy grail for linked racing games for a lot of people.

Started by zeorangr - Last post by leapinlew

Great job dude - would love to see some gratuitous video/pics!

Started by zeorangr - Last post by a1pharm

Amazing work - if you made this back in 2014, this post would be 20 pages deep right now with compliments.  One of the rare innovations I've ever seen on these forums.   :cheers:

Started by negative1 - Last post by negative1

I'm familiar with the XL's. I also know better than to say that "Arcade1up has no intentions...." because they've surprised me already a few times.

They could still do better with the risers. The boot option is ugly.

actually, these are just regular cabinets, not for the XL,
which i guess some could be.

only the NBA jam SHAQ version is kind of an XL.
The Golden Tee 3d isnt named a version yet.

so they're still working on the naming system.

later
-1

Started by negative1 - Last post by leapinlew

I'm familiar with the XL's. I also know better than to say that "Arcade1up has no intentions...." because they've surprised me already a few times.

They could still do better with the risers. The boot option is ugly.

29   Project Announcements / Re: Vertical bartop - "SHMUPIN"on May 27, 2022, 10:30:14 am

Started by firedance - Last post by firedance

Refined the front and back lower panels, rounded off front and back edges too, might need to give it a quick sand with some 240 grit before it's wrapped.

Maybe getting ahead of myself but I've wrapped the bottom panel, installed the grill and fan, have put it one side as i won't need it till I'm ready for the final push  ;D

The wrap is "contact paper" which as a slight texture to it, had it a while, wasn't a lot of money for 10m (eBay) think it was about £9 delivered. 

The line you can see is not my wrapping skills, said i was winging the design, had to add on about 18mm to the panel as i changed my mind with the rear as i was going to recess the panel but instead flushed mounted it, only realised after i had cut the panel, it's going on the bottom so won't be seen anyways  :angel:

Again a long way to go but still moving forward.

Started by JayBee - Last post by krayon

@JayBee,

Great project - especially for those in Countries that don't allow even imitation guns to be sent in the mail like Australia :censored: I've been wanting guns for years and this may indeed be an option.

Just FYI, given that your firmware is based on https://github.com/samuelballantyne , in some countries you are likely legally required to provide the source code and/or have a license with the original author in order to distribute. Having said that, I'm not a Lawyer :P
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