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Re: Sega City CP/CPO Templates

Post by idc » October 19th, 2012, 9:22 pm

emphatic wrote:syntax81 has access to a laser cutter. If anyone should have this file, this is the guy. :awe:
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I thought he was another chancer who we'd never see again after he'd received what he wanted, glad to hear it's not the case. :)
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Re: Sega City CP/CPO Templates

Post by syntax81 » October 21st, 2012, 3:52 pm

hi.

I knew thats not the best way, to ask for somthing the first time on a forum.

Emphatic was a little bit wrong, i dont have access to a laser cutter.
I have waterjet and punch machine.
With the waterjet machine i can cut in allmost any materials.

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Re: Sega City CP/CPO Templates

Post by emphatic » October 21st, 2012, 5:28 pm

:palm:

Well, the results will be great I'm sure. :awe:

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Re: Sega City CP/CPO Templates

Post by syntax81 » November 10th, 2012, 10:14 am

Yesterday i was planning to cut a controlpanel i the waterjet machine.
After a while in the cut prosses the machine broke.
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Now it will take a while to get it fixed.

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Re: Sega City CP/CPO Templates

Post by turntablism » November 10th, 2012, 10:30 am

hi syntax81, I've never seen a waterjet machine. is it possible to show a photo ?
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Re: Sega City CP/CPO Templates

Post by Griffin2 » November 9th, 2014, 1:03 pm

Is it any possiblility go get a copy of the CAD drawing for the control panel for the Sega City (i have a blast city)
Would be awsome!

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Re: Sega City CP/CPO Templates

Post by Nandi » December 13th, 2014, 3:37 pm

Hey FrancoB,

Would you be so kind to share the CAD drawings of the 2L12B control panel with me?

Thank you.

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Re: Sega City CP/CPO Templates

Post by darkcrono » February 11th, 2015, 11:47 am

So i was looking for cad plans for a 1l3b and got to this (necro) thread, where there released to somewhere? i don't seem to find them...

thanks and cools

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Re: Sega City CP/CPO Templates

Post by FrancoB » February 27th, 2015, 9:03 am

Sorry guys, I've been meaning to do this for ages but I had the files stored on an old computer and it's taken a while :shifty: to get to them and get everything sorted.

I've got it all sorted now though and I've updated the OP with a link to the files.

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Re: Sega Naomi/Net City/NAC/Blast etc CP CAD files

Post by urbanledge » February 27th, 2015, 12:00 pm

good stuff!

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Re: Sega Naomi/Net City/NAC/Blast etc CP CAD files

Post by drguild » May 6th, 2015, 12:50 pm

Hey I registered here as a lot of my searching is pointing to this forum also to ask if you have templates for the other types of CP's

Like trackballs, flightsticks etc or the 2l16b panel which is from the Virtua Stick some may like to have on there cab for emulation purposes etc.

Doesn't just have to be the standard panels but anything we could all use for emulation or expandability etc.

I'm the process of a Astro City refurb myself but would love to create a trackball setup sometime and other things for various emulation and games.

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Re: Sega Naomi/Net City/NAC/Blast etc CP CAD files

Post by FrancoB » May 6th, 2015, 1:13 pm

The 2L16B shouldn't be too much of a problem as I can get the extra button dimensions from slagcoin. I don't have access to any other panels but I'm happy to model them up if anyone has the panels and can take dimensions from them.

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Re: Sega Naomi/Net City/NAC/Blast etc CP CAD files

Post by zumbito » December 25th, 2015, 9:48 am

These files are amazing. Just one doubt, what about the back? We need to weld the Splate or screwws to receive the sanwa stick. Anybody knows the meassure for that?

I am going to use these to cut some panels, any idea about the original panel thickness?

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Re: Sega Naomi/Net City/NAC/Blast etc CP CAD files

Post by Shadolf » December 25th, 2015, 4:59 pm

For my Saimitsu LS-58´s, I welded some weld pins on my original NAOMI cp. You can get the measurements here at this shop.

JLF-TP-8YT (Sanwa)
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JLW-UM-8 (Sanwa)
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LS-32 (Seimitsu)
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Sanwa Montage Plate
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LS-32-01 (Seimitsu)
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LS-33 (Seimitsu)
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LS-40 (Seimitsu)
http://www.arcadeshop.de/images/specs/a ... t-ls40.pdf

LS-55-01 (Seimitsu)
http://www.arcadeshop.de/images/specs/a ... ls5501.pdf

LS-56 (Seimitsu)
http://www.arcadeshop.de/images/specs/a ... t-ls56.pdf

LS-56-01 (Seimitsu)
http://www.arcadeshop.de/images/specs/a ... ls5601.pdf

LSX-57-01 (Seimitsu)
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Re: Sega Naomi/Net City/NAC/Blast etc CP CAD files

Post by zumbito » December 26th, 2015, 12:44 am

Thanks!

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Re: Sega Naomi/Net City/NAC/Blast etc CP CAD files

Post by FrancoB » December 26th, 2015, 8:45 am

I use a pitch of 84.5 x 40.4mm which will fit SE, SE-SE-P40 and JLF-P-1 plates and allow the following sticks to be used:

Seimitsu SE - Fits: LS-32/LS-32-01, LS-34/LS-34-01, LS-40/LS-40-01.
Seimitsu SE-P40 - Fits: LS-55/LS-55-01, LS-56/LS-56-01, LS-58/LS-58-01 and LS-60
Sanwa JLF-P-1 for the JLF

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I prefer using self clinch studs as they give a nice clean install.

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Re: Sega Naomi/Net City/NAC/Blast etc CP CAD files

Post by zumbito » December 26th, 2015, 10:45 am

Amazing those self clinch studs! Never seen that. Do you need a lot of force to stick them in place? From the picture the don't seem strong enough for the dents penetrate stainless steel.

Thanks!

BTW How big do you do the holes for those screws? Exactly 4mm, or a tad smaller?

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Re: Sega Naomi/Net City/NAC/Blast etc CP CAD files

Post by FrancoB » December 28th, 2015, 10:43 am

Yes, you do need to be able to apply a decent amount of force to fit them. You might get away with using a small fly press for fitting them in mild steel panels but you might need a larger manual or pneumatic press for installing them in stainless sheets.

The hole tolerance is generally +/-0.08mm. The holes can be drilled or ideally punched. You need to select the right material grade of studs as they need to be harder than the material they are being installed in. If you're using a ~ 304 stainless grade then you're looking at approx 90HRB and so you want to use the 400 series or equivalent. I would recommend getting your panels made at a fabrication shop opposed to just at a laser cutters as they should be able to handle all this for you.

The studs penetrate the panel and deform the material as they pass though which grips the studs. The studs also have radial teeth which provide torsional resistance. They are more than strong enough to bolt some joysticks to :)

This video shows the install a little better.



I had some panels made with spot welded studs and some made with self clinch studs and I much prefer the self clinch studs.

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Re: Sega Naomi/Net City/NAC/Blast etc CP CAD files

Post by zumbito » December 28th, 2015, 10:48 am

Those look good!

One Question, Is that galvanized or stainless steel? I've seen somepeople paint or cover the CP with some material before sticking the overlay. Is it necessary?

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Re: Sega Naomi/Net City/NAC/Blast etc CP CAD files

Post by Shadolf » December 30th, 2015, 2:43 pm

Looks like the brushed stainless steal I suggested in my last post. You don´t have to paint it, just when you like another color ;) . The overlay will perfectly stick to it.

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