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  1. I just got a weight of my finished one, packaged up it weighs two pounds. So shipping one of these sticks to Canada from the US is going to run $20.19 USD calculated as of today.
  2. Can't edit my first post, can that be altered so I can post/revise the list there? Here's a picture of the proposed orientation just so there are no mixups:
  3. I'm as serious as Ronald McDonald having a heart attack. But it's also something I'm only doing in what little free time I have in the evenings, and getting the sticks/buttons from overseas are a bottleneck, so this is very much an unhurried process. I made sure that the harness allows for swapping a similar Sanwa/Seimitsu style stick, at least among the variations I have on hand, but I can't account for everything. This is what I've got so far: joeatari1 -Buttons on left side, joystick on right side bydoempire -Buttons on left side, joystick on right side -^CrossBow^- Gandor hizzy - potentially wants precut shell but no stick/buttons? Oldschool80skid TrekMD - Buttons on left side, joystick on right side JVersh - Joystick on left side, buttons on right side ZeroPage Homebrew - wants two shipped canada john_q_atari - Buttons on left side, joystick on right side SledgeHammerD mmervine - Buttons on left side, joystick on right side Neogeoman ZillaRUSH - Buttons on left side, joystick on right side If you haven't expressed a preference I assume you'll want the original configuration I pictured in the first post, which is joystick on the left, buttons on the right. So if you want the other arrangement, or if I missed you entirely, speak up. I've already drilled a few joystick-left, buttons right arrangement before talk of a right handed version came up so I hope I can still move those. I'm also gonna put the brakes temporarily on reservations/interest past this point and will start a proper thread in the buying/selling section once I clear this run and get more supplies. Some materials were supposed to come in Saturday so I could have finished at least ten sticks over the weekend but postal delays have once again come into play.
  4. I figured. Please see below: This good? I assume you'd want the arrangement to be right fire, left fire, joystick. But if you want left fire, right fire then joystick I can do that, just lemme know.
  5. Certainly. I'll get in touch, I have a bunch of the enclosures. I've ordered materials to do a few more of these sticks and I'll reach out to people in the order that they expressed interest as I produce them, but be aware that it's going to be scheduled around my free time so don't expect anything overnight.
  6. I think so, but you'd have to verify the mount plate dimensions as I use a 3D printed harness to mount the stick. I might have to include a different harness or you might have to find a way to mount it yourself. The buttons are standard 24mm through-holes.
  7. I could easily mirror the pictured design in the first post. Made a template when I went to drill the holes so I'd get the spacing proper, that could be flipped around.
  8. I put this together the other night because I have quite a few of these black enclosures available and wanted to see if anyone else was interested in getting one of their own. If this belongs in the Marketplace forum please do move it but I figured I'd have a more immediate audience here, and I'm not selling anything just yet. The stick and buttons are clicky and have a good tactile feel for Chinese clone hardware. The button layout is such that I can lay my fingers over them like a traditional arcade control panel or use my thumb hugging the side like a gamepad. Rubber feet make it sturdy against a desktop or you can hold it in your lap. I was thinking $55 plus shipping and I could knock a few out now and then. Postage would have to be calculated depending on where you were located because this is pretty hefty. This is a list of folk so far who have expressed interest. joeatari1 -Buttons on left side, joystick on right side bydoempire -Buttons on left side, joystick on right side -^CrossBow^- -Joystick on left side, buttons on right side Gandor -Joystick on left side, buttons on right side hizzy - Buttons on left side, joystick on right side Oldschool80skid -Joystick on left side, buttons on right side TrekMD - Buttons on left side, joystick on right side JVersh - Joystick on left side, buttons on right side ZeroPage Homebrew -Joystick on left side, buttons on right side john_q_atari - Buttons on left side, joystick on right side SledgeHammerD mmervine - Buttons on left side, joystick on right side Neogeoman - Joystick on left side, buttons on right side ZillaRUSH - Buttons on left side, joystick on right side If you're on the list please me know your preference: I'm gonna put the brakes temporarily on reservations/interest for the time being and will start a proper thread in the buying/selling section once I clear this run and get more supplies.
  9. Keep one system and get a flash cartridge. Jaguar's fetch 'a lot' but in the big picture what they go for now is a trivial sum. You'll come back to it later.
  10. Credit cards outnumber active Paypal accounts by a long shot. 375 million credit card accounts in the USA alone... there may be about 300 million Paypal accounts globally. There's way better consumer protection through a credit card than Paypal...
  11. The shape of the 7800 would lend itself really well to a wood reproduction.
  12. Oh you're right, he set it up so that you could buy multiples on one sprue.
  13. That's not how Shapeways works, they are $8 a piece, plus shipping. Add the quantity to your cart and you'll see. These are very small, high detail parts that require a resin printing process, which most home 3D printers (FDM type) can't do.
  14. From USA to UK, under one pound is about $12, one to two pounds is about $23, first class international USPS.
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