Do to the nature of the aluminum panel, placing snap-in buttons may break the tabs on brittle style snap-in buttons (such as METALLIC sanwa/quanba snap in buttons), The aluminum may also shave some plastic off the tabs and body. You will need to use good force to push in the snapin buttons as well. But once the button is in the slot it will be secured tightly. For removal I recommend the snap-out device.
Highly Recommend - Screw on style Buttons!
No buttons, no pcb, no wires, no joystick included.
Common Case Questions
Is what you see on the outside.
Is what you see when you open it up the trim around the top and bottom panels.
Add panel weight?
Add extra 1-2lbs but adding an extra top and bottom middle panel. It makes the case heavier and taller. A panel is about 2-3mm thick
Please contact us to see if it's possible. Custom Cuts are free.
This is a list that we recommend. There's different styles and ways to wire the pcb to the buttons and joystick. The recommended list is the EASIEST way.
x1 30mm - Action (Top)
x11 24mm - Action (Top)
x6 24mm - Utility (Side)
Kit with board and cables
Full cable kit with Brook Board - Just need buttons
List of Items needed
Long cable to console
Add-On - If needed
- everything needed to build the enclosure
- PCB stands included (not included for Mid tier enclosure)
Width - 15.25in
length - 8in
height - 2.25in - 2.5in
Weight - 3-4 lbs - nothing inside - can go up to 6lbs - with everything inside plus extra weight panels
Side Walls -2 Layer
Fightstick & Stickless - Top and bottom panels - 2 layers can be upgraded to 3
Keyboard Style - Top - 2 layers. Bottom Panels - 2 layers can be upgraded to 3
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