Custom foam padding on bottom of stick


#1

I use my Mad Catz SFXT V.S. without the pointy little feet at the bottom of the case, since I tend to play on my lap. It’s more comfortable than with the feet on, but the stick is a tiny bit less stable since the feet aren’t digging into my legs any more. Can anyone recommend a cheap material I could stick to the bottom of the case like on the new Mad Catz TE2s to make the surface more grippy?


#2

You could probably manage with either the material that’s used to keep rugs from slipping or finding and cannibalizing a mouse pad that’s of similar dimensions to your stick.


#3

I was thinking a mousemat would be perfect. I might try and look for some spares


#4

I have a mousepad I can use for applying to one of my sticks, my question is, how would one keep it attached to the bottom metal panel?


#5

After making sure that you weren’t covering up screw holes (or if necessary cutting holes in the mat) I’d imagine something like spray adhesive would be adequate.


#6

3M dual side mounting tape comes to mind, less messy than spray and probably easier to remove actually.


#7

I got a yoga matt and spray glue on my TE and namco. Get good glue and you are fine. Good grip and such. much tight.


#8

http://www.amazon.com/Self-Adhesive-Sheets-Assorted-Childrens-Collage/dp/B007ZDMC3I/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1450056972&sr=8-3&keywords=self+adhesive+foam+sheet

i’v use these, cheap, works well on your pants.


#9

i got this adhesive rubber foam, and it works amazing on my both table and on my lab.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Neoprene-Foam-Sheet-Self-Adhesive-Sound-Proofing-Insulation-1m-x-900mm-x-2mm-/262038752811?hash=item3d02ba0e2b