Change Log - 2018-03-28
Added marquee holder. Print it, glue it on the front, and slide the marquee in. You can adjust the thickness in your slicer to accommodate different materials. Added new bottom design that houses 2 33mm buttons, as well as a control panel that holds 3 33mm buttons, as requested by another Thingiverse user..
First tutorial video now up here:
Part two of the tutorial
This is my first attempt at a larger scale 3D Model. This is the Print N Play Arcade! Check out the video on it here, and watch my channel for the tutorial popping up over the next week.
I also want to thank my friends over at Matterhackers for sponsoring this build! The final version was printed in their Pro-PLA filament, and it turned out beautiful!
I've tried to label the parts as best I can. Standard parts are the upper body, screen bezel, lcd controller mount, and rear hatch. From there, you can select your controller layout, the type of rear panel you want, and either the bottom with mounts for the orange pi and speakers included in my BOM, or an empty one that you can install whatever you want in.
Print the base of the unit upright, no supports. Print the upper part of the unit with its back on the bed, with supports touching the bed only. I've tried to make sure that everything else prints without supports.
I can't wait to see what you guys make with this! Make sure to post pictures of any builds on here. And, as always, a shout out to my channel when you show them off is always appreciated :)
You should need less than 1KG of material for this build, but I hightly recommend using two different colors to get the best effect. This is still a bit of a work in progress, as I haven't come up with a method for hanging the marquee that I am satisfied with