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I modeled these tall feet / legs for the Capcom IO:

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With these you can position the IO above the Naomi, like in this pic by @kikaso:

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In the zip there's both left and right models for symmetry. You'll want to print two of each. Remember to print with supports to make sure the holes come out OK.
 

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Very nice @nem! Thanks for making these. Pushes me that much closer to "needing" to get a 3D printer ;)

If I was to print these on their side, what kind of dimensions are we looking at, ie. how big of a print volume will I need to print these?
 
It's not going to be an issue. You can easily print all four at the same time on a 20 x 20 cm printer (are there even any that have a bed that small? My Sovol is 30 x 30cm).

One leg is roughly 127 x 78 mm, but it's an S shape, so you can do this:

capcom_io_legs_in_cura.jpg


The above would need a surface area of 140 x 196 mm to print.
 
@nem Cool. Most of the printers I'm looking at have a 250-350mm build volume (which I thought would be fine for this) but thanks for confirming.
 
I modeled these tall feet / legs for the Capcom IO:

I would recommend putting the files on thingiverse if you haven't already. It's the biggest repository of ready to print 3d models that I know of? There's also the ability to create an account on places like shapeways where you can be paid a small amount each time someone orders a print.
 
Thanks @nem, a buddy on here (@EVAWINGZERO) printed me up a set and they are working great. I’m just going to be a bit extra careful when attaching the Jamma harness to not put too much stress on the legs.

They make for a tidy solution.

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Does anyone have a model for the mounting legs on the Naomi? My Naomi 2 didn’t come with the mounting brackets and was hoping I could print a replacement
 
Pushes me that much closer to "needing" to get a 3D printer
I honestly consider it an essential tool now. They're just so dang useful for all kinds of things. And if you're into these more esoteric hobbies like we are it really goes double as a useful problem solver. Learning how to model basic 'engineering' shapes is very easy. Functional stuff that gets what you needed done, when it would otherwise be very tricky.

Those brackets are slick nem, great idea.
 
I honestly consider it an essential tool now. They're just so dang useful for all kinds of things. And if you're into these more esoteric hobbies like we are it really goes double as a useful problem solver. Learning how to model basic 'engineering' shapes is very easy. Functional stuff that gets what you needed done, when it would otherwise be very tricky.

Those brackets are slick nem, great idea.
Whats your modeling software and printer of choice?
 
I modeled these tall feet / legs for the Capcom IO:

capcom_io_leg_4.jpg
capcom_io_leg_4_test_print.jpg


With these you can position the IO above the Naomi, like in this pic by @kikaso:

7403F6F7-22AD-43D3-898D-1724F327A5A6.jpeg


In the zip there's both left and right models for symmetry. You'll want to print two of each. Remember to print with supports to make sure the holes come out OK.
Dude, I like that light you added to the cute, gonna have to do the same to all my cabs now to light up the interior :)
 
Whats your modeling software and printer of choice?
I do most things in TinkerCAD, free online software. I started learning Fusion 360, and just ran out of bandwidth to really dig into it. Honestly once you learn how to work with it TinkerCAD is more powerful than it might seem at first, but it's very easy to pick up. My printer is a Prusa Mk3.
 
I do most things in TinkerCAD, free online software. I started learning Fusion 360, and just ran out of bandwidth to really dig into it. Honestly once you learn how to work with it TinkerCAD is more powerful than it might seem at first, but it's very easy to pick up. My printer is a Prusa Mk3.
Nice. Thx dood.
 
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