Amiga 600 Gotek USB bracket v2 - FlashFloppy OLED

by _CrazyBob_ Jan 3, 2018
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Hi! Like your solution. What are those connectors used on the OLED wires going into the casing? Are they detachable, or is it all soldered together?

Hi!, Thank you, enjoy the item.
I've used one of the original cables of the 7 segment display and cut it in half.

That way I can connect the OLED display on top of the case via connectors to the pins on the Gotek drive.
Pin layout is shown in the last picture.

Fantastic thing. As a previous commenter said, just needs to accommodate a rotary encoder to be the ultimate oled housing.
This one is pretty much the ebay standard encoder usually for an Arduino. https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=5v+mini+rotary+encoder&_sacat=0&LH_TitleDesc=0&_osacat=0&_odkw=5v+rotary+encode

I'm terrible with CAD :( Or I'd relocate the GOTEK LED's and USB up to the OLED Housing as my GOTEK is internal and in addition to the floppy.

Thank you for the info, I'll buy a couple of these and experiment with them.
If it can be combined with the current setup I'll upload it as an add-on

Thanks for the Thing. I'm awaiting my OLED's from across the pond and I'll print this out for a test run.

Great work. Looking forward to installing my Gotek. Just waiting for it to arrive.

Plan on installing heatsets into the frame rather than putting the screws directly into plastic.


Thanks, enjoy the item!
The diameter of all cylinders = 7mm, it should give you enough space to place the heat sets

Yes, for sure. I have M2 heatsets that I'll be using. They have a diameter of 4mm, so that gives me plenty of meat to grab to.

This is the best lcd dessign yet :) Next mod must be to add a mini encoder :)

Thank you!
I'll have a look at the mini rotary encoder.
Do you have an encoder type/model in mind?