I decided to post my new stick anyway,wanted to wait untill i finished the cover art but that’s gonna take some time and i’m impatient to know what you all think
So untill then i just used some poster i found from one of my old PC magazines
I made it with Sanwa parts,wanted enough room to rest my hands so it’s a bit big but very comfy and pretty flat anyhoo.
Painted it with a textured golden paint,it looks much better than on the pictures mind
And i opted for an internal project box system,using DB25 ports to connect it all together.
The problem is that i had a hard time to find any project box flat enough to fit inside the stick,so i just used the rest of the MDF to make them
Appart from the xbox one,they all fit inside completely.
Gamecube Hori digital pad pcb used
project box from a PC pad fitted in
xbox project box from the street fighter anniversary pad
You might have noticed a switch near the opening slot,it’s an on/off switch but i added a pin to make it on/on (too lazy to go buy a new one).
Basically that Nuby xbox controller is a pain in the ass,you need 2 ground connections for it separately.One to control the directions,start and back buttons and the other one for the rest of the buttons.
Push the switch down and the wiring goes in a daisy chain for one ground connection
Switching up interupts the daisy chain and separates into 2 ground connections with each covering the specefic buttons for the xbox pad.
Sounds a bit complicated(or i’m unable to explain it properly lol),but i’ll draw it on paint to show how it’s done.It was pretty challenging because i don’t have that much experience and i had to use just this one switch
Here are some more pics of everything:
Let me know what you think and any suggestions to improve my work is always more than welcome :karate:
Edit: here is the diagram on how the ground wires are connected for that stupid nuby xbob controller lol