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The making of the Nanocade ArcadeStik
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The finished Nanocade ArcadeStik

The back ground for building the ArcadeStik KIT is that I wanted to make a nice arcade joystick that looked better than the ones you can buy from X-arcade and others and at the same time is very easy to build. I think I accomplished the latter, after receiving my kit, only two hours passed before I had a working arcade joystick. I let you be the judge on how it looks. After all, looks are totally subjective.

Buy the ArcadeStik KIT here

I would like to thank Andy at and for sponsoring some of the parts for this project. I can definitely recommend both places for great support and great products. Now go buy some pushbuttons and joysticks.


Front view

Back view

Nanocade laser engraved logo

Front / top view

Other side

And finally a picture of the inside again :)


If you are interested you can buy the Nanocade ArcadeStik KIT here



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If you decide to make your own MAME cabinet using my drawings, please feel free to make a donation,  as I'm trying to raise enough money to make a new up-right cabinet, that's hard to do as a student.




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