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  1. I should mention that three of us are now using the switch box I designed. It is much easier and faster to find the switches than hunting for keys on a keyboard that are not labeled. Having the sequential shifter is a great addition although eventually I intend to incorporate an H shifter into the box.
  2. I have made three of these so far and they are working very nicely. By the time I had built the third one, I had refined it to include a base that could be clamped to a table which has been a big help. I find that when shifting gears, I can get a little carried away and need to be able to lock the switch box down so it doesn't have a chance to move. So, if you are looking to buy one, make sure you can secure it.
  3. I have just released an updated version which includes the shift lever, a base for clamping to table top, and updated sizing of mounting holes for better fit. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3408356 I have made three of these now, two for my friends and gotten them setup for multiplayer. Love the simulator and the ability to multiplay courtesy of this site. Giving back to the community.
  4. I've added a sequential shifter to the switch panel. I realized I had 4 more possible switches onboard the joystick circuit board. If you have a 3D printer and would like a copy of the files, please let me know. So anyway, I used some SPDT switches in my middle row, removed a couple of push buttons from the bottom row and remapped the buttons. Pushing the middle row of buttons up does one function, while pushing down implements another function. The top row do each function whether up or down. I used a lever system with micro switches to detect the shifter. Purcahsed the knob from eBay but have files to print a shift knob on the 3D printer. Rubber bands keep the shifter in neutral position.
  5. Hey guys, I just completed a 12 button 3D printed switch panel to add to setup. If you have a 3D printer, the plans can be downloaded from https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3386197. Enjoy!
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