I agree. I tried a few variations until finding a good joint. It’s designed for M2 (2mms) screws and the holes are 1.9mms diameter and have a thick wall. Results are good and they don’t have to be very strong.
I tried some screwless designs but need a precise and tight fit for a good movement of the joystick.
Yeah, I guess. But for the stick you could have the same design without that plate (looking upside down). Not for the buttons tough.
Anyway, I am just picking stuff that is not important. The thing looks amazing and having it designed that way is nice (opposite to the normal adafruit 3d models for arcade cases using a giant flimsy printed part instead of several ones)
If you’re refering about the wiring and soldering it was an easy and fast work, a bit messy but it works .
i can take some pictures explaining how is connected. Now it’s too late here in spain, maybe i will post some pictures showing the hardware.
Also for people who want to use the 2.42 OLED there’s some little changes on library, i can post here as i did in a earlier post with the SSH1106
My first idea was a printable bartop for a raspberry and a 5’’ LCD but after buying the 2.42 OLED i thought it would be more original. There’s a lot of raspberry bartops ready to print and build. Also the final look is so cute. I’m happy with the results.