Darksoft CPS2 Multi LCD/Control Panel Enclosure
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This is an enclosure for the LCD/Control panel of Darksoft's CPS2 Arcade Multi Kit (plays CPS2 arcade games on original hardware from an SD card). I wanted to mount this control panel in the coin door of my arcade game, but needed something to hold it in place, and protect it from damage.
Simply print this, put the control panel into the enclosure, and screw it shut. You can optionally print the bracket if you'd like it to sit upright.
The case is held together using 4x 1/2" 4-40 countersunk screws. I simply used velcro to mount this inside my coin door, though there are also holes in the bracket so it can be mounted with screws.
I attached the STL files, as well as the Sketchup model (one with and without the text/logos).
I printed all three pieces in black ABS using my standard ABS settings (at 0.3mm layer height).
The text/logos on the face are just slightly indented, and I printed it with no support material (so it simply spanned the gaps).
As usual, my printer made the holes slightly smaller than modeled, so I manually widened some of them a bit as necessary after the print finished.
Insert the control panel into the case, and screw it shut with 4x 1/2" #4 countersunk screws.
Attach enclosure however desired (velcro, screws, etc)... if desired.
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