This empty fight stick case is the perfect starting point for anyone looking to build their own fight stick or arcade project. Each empty case features a white top with clear plexi, 6 x 30mm button holes, 3 x 24mm button holes and also has 4 pre-drilled screw holes for securing a joystick into place.
Simply add your own joystick, buttons and PCB and you will have your own arcade fight stick project completed in no time at all. This is the perfect low cost solution for various arcade projects and ideal for first time builders. Each case is supplied with plastic feet and joystick bolts.
The white top features the words "Turbo" "Select" "Start" and button holes are marked as "X" "Y" "L1" "A" "B" AND "R1" There is also a clear plexi over the top of this, so you can easily add your own artwork and place this underneath the clear plexi for making your project unique.
* Low cost empty fight stick case for various arcade projects
* Clear case with white top and clear plexi
* Pre drilled button holes (6 x 30mm and 3 x 24mm)
* Joystick bolts and plastic feet included
This empty case is compatible with the following joystick models:
Seimitsu LS series of joysticks with the MS mounting plate option
Button holes are pre-drilled.
There are 6 x 30mm holes and 3 x smaller 24mm button holes
Please note: Due to the thickness of the case, screw in style buttons are better suited:
Compatible 30mm buttons:
Compatible 24mm buttons
Xin Mo (1 player version)
1 Player Zero Delay
Brook Universal Fighting Board
Brook Zero Pi
Width: 20 cm
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Cases can be very expensive. This is a cheap and generic alternative, but does the job. Keep in mind it's lightweight and the circuit board for the wires will be in here loose unless you either tape it or glue it. Andy from Arcade World was very helpful with answering my questions before and after purchase, so I'm very pleased. Note that putting together the nuts and bolts with a pair of pliers is a pain, make sure you have a proper key.
Great case and we’ll made, only issue is that it can get really cramped in there with all the wiring. I suggest using a smaller pcb and low profile buttons.