Joystick Game Controller hand held case #3DPrinting #3DThursday
3D print your own joystick game controller module, via thingiverse user sgfx
Handheld joystick holder for this Joystick Game Controller Module
found on this page and I assume other such pages
This case has a rounded front for holding comfort and an opening just big enough to push the 5 Dupont jumper wire ends into .
1) Carfully bend the pins in th eJoystick moduals forwarda about 15% with a pair of pliers.
2) Thread the wires thrue and then attach to joystic modual,
3) Snap fits the joystick into body.
3) Close with the snap on bottom cap.
Use superglue if you want to make the case permanent .
Important: let glue dry before useing or you will be stuck with this joystick for a wile.
Included is the STL file and as well as the 123dx file for if someone would like to modify it for other similar joysticks.
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