HI, I’m making plans to build my own fightstick out of wood, and I don’t want the Joystick mounting bolts to be visible from the top of the case. I figured I could do this if I fabricate an internal mount with (something like) a bolt nut glued into it the so that the joystick can be bolted and unbolted to the case from the inside (a little like how IKEA furniture can be screwed together with a bolt that screws into a nut embedded in the wood, as opposed to a screw which would chew up the wood over time).
Simply put, my question is are Joystick mount-hole-positions standard across all the Joystick manufacturers? Or would I have to incorporate more then four bolt positions so that I can install Joysticks from different manufacturers? My goal is to potentially mount the entire range of Joystick manufacturers WITHOUT HAVING TO MAKE NEW HOLES in the case, should I decide to swap out different Joysticks from different manufacturers?
Or is there even such thing as a pre-drilled universal internal mounting bracket somewhere I can buy?
Thank You Shoryuken.