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Assembled my “dev” board with sockets to test my eeproms. Great success with my first set for Espgaluda! I’ll transfer these to a bare board to fit in an enclosure. Makes me think I should have gotten a 4th pcb...

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@arcadeqc Would you be willing to burn and sell me a set of roms for Ketsui and ESPgaluda? I don't have a burner available but I would love to make these games myself!
 

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I got mine assembled and working with no issues, thanks for making these Fluffy! Also designed and made some cases inspired by design I saw in another thread:
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Whoa those cases look great! Would you mind sharing the file so that we can 3d print these ourselves? And have the measurements of the plexiglass? the wholes to pullbakc the carts is a great idea. Even with standard carts I sometimes have issues with getting them out.
 

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I'd buy a few of them to :) I presume you made them all your self???

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@arcadeqc Would you be willing to burn and sell me a set of roms for Ketsui and ESPgaluda? I don't have a burner available but I would love to make these games myself!
Not for the time being, but I will consider it in the future.

So far, I’ve burned ESPgaluda and Ketsui and I noticed that the system menu isn’t accessible. How can one change softdips for game settings?
 

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So far, I’ve burned ESPgaluda and Ketsui and I noticed that the system menu isn’t accessible. How can one change softdips for game settings?
You should be able to hold the test button on the motherboard for ~1s and it pops up.
 

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I got mine assembled and working with no issues, thanks for making these Fluffy! Also designed and made some cases inspired by design I saw in another thread:
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Those cases look great. I was thinking of starting out with side spacer for the PCBs using 3d printing. The added acrylic makes yours look awesome! Love the handle idea also. Great job!
 

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Those cases are fantastic. If you end up selling them, I'm in for some too!
 

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Thanks for all comments! I don't think I can offer these for sale as I used Fusion 360's personal/hobbyist license. I have attached my STL files and an SVG with the laser paths/engravings. I also attached the Fusion 360 file, not sure if it will be useful.

Here is a zip file with everything in it, let me know if there are any issues accessing it:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/154lMSt9rGEjclZJYCn7s6GyWXhLAK2GW/view?usp=sharing

Each handle is made of three pieces to make 3D printing easy: 1 long piece for the side, 2 handle pieces. One handle piece has a tab which is inserted and screwed into the side with a M3 8mm socket head cap screw for strength (I used https://www.mcmaster.com/91292a112 but I think 4-40 5/16th long should work as well). The second handle piece is then glued in with cyanoacrylate glue. You need to print out each piece and its mirror for one cart. The long side piece is designed to be printed 'standing up' with the flat end the handle is inserted into on print plate. I suppose if you want to use shapeways or i.materialize the whole side could be one piece rather than three.

The case was designed for 1/8th acrylic, I attached it with https://www.mcmaster.com/92125A126 and https://www.mcmaster.com/94459A130 since these are metric I had to use a 90 degree counter sink so that the screws where flush. I think you could swap these out for their 4-40 imperial equivalent, but you'll want an 82 degree counter sink.
 
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