Ant's Circuit Sword STL Files (joystick, shoulder button, exhaust fan cartridge)

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Re: Ant's Circuit Sword STL Files (joystick, shoulder button, exhaust fan cartridge)

Post by andershp » Sun Sep 08, 2019 4:50 am

Had to bite off the outer part of the 3d-printed part and then it fit fine.
Board has to go on top, otherwise USB and analog volume control will be at an angle instead of parallel with the casing.
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Re: Ant's Circuit Sword STL Files (joystick, shoulder button, exhaust fan cartridge)

Post by AntFJ » Sun Sep 08, 2019 2:11 pm

I haven't ever seen the volume board version so I'm not sure why it didn't fit. glad you got it worked out.

For thread continuity the board normally goes over.
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Re: Ant's Circuit Sword STL Files (joystick, shoulder button, exhaust fan cartridge)

Post by TeeReQs » Mon Sep 09, 2019 6:57 pm

Thanks for these files! I'm building a CS right now, and using your psp joystick holder. Did you use any glue or epoxy for it, or does the board hold it in place?

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Re: Ant's Circuit Sword STL Files (joystick, shoulder button, exhaust fan cartridge)

Post by AntFJ » Mon Sep 09, 2019 8:03 pm

I would use a dab of hot glue to hold the bracket down and then use a toothpick to add epoxy to the edges. This is required for the joysticks or they could just pop out when playing
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Mon Sep 09, 2019 6:57 pm
Thanks for these files! I'm building a CS right now, and using your psp joystick holder. Did you use any glue or epoxy for it, or does the board hold it in place?

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Re: Ant's Circuit Sword STL Files (joystick, shoulder button, exhaust fan cartridge)

Post by JDMDingo » Sat Feb 27, 2021 5:20 am

Sorry to bump an old post but I have a question. I ordered both AntFJ’s PCB and HoolyHoo’s slim 4 button kit. I was wondering which feels better. I think this looks better for sure, but not sure how the start / select buttons feel verses round rubber buttons. Maybe I should make two Circuit Swords, =).....only if they were a bit cheaper.

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Re: Ant's Circuit Sword STL Files (joystick, shoulder button, exhaust fan cartridge)

Post by AntFJ » Mon Mar 01, 2021 9:57 am

JDMDingo wrote:
Sat Feb 27, 2021 5:20 am
Sorry to bump an old post but I have a question. I ordered both AntFJ’s PCB and HoolyHoo’s slim 4 button kit. I was wondering which feels better. I think this looks better for sure, but not sure how the start / select buttons feel verses round rubber buttons. Maybe I should make two Circuit Swords, =).....only if they were a bit cheaper.
they feel exactly like the start/select buttons feel so you can turn any gameboy around and get a feel what it would be like to push one on the the back. If you are looking for a button with some feedback then don't use the start/select buttons.

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