DIY Fightstick for Raspberry Pi

Secure the USB encoder to the base panel with M2x8 screws.

DIY FightStick for Raspberry Pi

Add the two side panels and secure them with M3x12 screws. Do not fully tightem them yet, this will make it easier to add the rest of the panels later.

DIY FightStick for Raspberry Pi - 1

Add the two 24mm Push Buttons to the front panel.

Laser cut DIY FightStick for Raspberry Pi - 2

Secure the front panel to the base with M3x12 screws, again don’t fully tighten them.

DIY FightStick for Raspberry Pi - 3

Add the six 30mm push buttons and joystick to the top panel. Use 4 M3x12 screws and 4 washers to secure the it.

DIY FightStick for Raspberry Pi - 5

Polarity doesn’t matter for buttons, you can connect them either way. Make sure to connect the joystick in the correct way(shown in the image below), otherwise only one direction will work.

retropie-diy-fightstick-wiring-encoder-connection

Connect all wires to the USB encoder. And place the middle panel.

Laser cut DIY FightStick for Raspberry Pi - wiring

Close the top and secure it with M3x12 screws. Place the USB cable through the opening in the back panel and secure it in place M3x12 screws.

DIY FightStick

Configure input on RetroPie.

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