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    BF 109 Control Stick

    Lately i've been designing a functional stick on the BF109, using available parts here (Brazil) and an Arduino, because actual Joystick are too expensive here, i plan to use it in conjunction with the rudder pedals (thing: 3475445). I would like to know your opinion regarding the feasibility and if you find it useful to release the Stl and sell the kits to anyone you want.
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    Re: BF 109 Control Stick

    Welcome to the forum!

    That joystick looks really good. Good luck and I hope you find some buyers here.

    Cheers!



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    Re: BF 109 Control Stick

    You can share files in Thingiverse. Post oo in Reddit/HOTAS will achieve more visibility.

    For sell printed grips you need improve the draw for more close to real, a semi replica, people that look for this is exigent.

    Interest exist, but ideally you need make the grip compatible with bases that accept removable grips, like Virpil, Warthog and WingWing, that use basically the same interface.
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    Re: BF 109 Control Stick

    Quote Originally Posted by Hcrenno View Post
    Lately i've been designing a functional stick on the BF109, using available parts here (Brazil) and an Arduino, because actual Joystick are too expensive here, i plan to use it in conjunction with the rudder pedals (thing: 3475445). I would like to know your opinion regarding the feasibility and if you find it useful to release the Stl and sell the kits to anyone you want.
    Arduino boards are great !

    I've made loads of kit with these boards.

    There are a few of us here who make our own kit.

    My guess is there are more who would be interested in pre-made gear.



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    Re: BF 109 Control Stick

    Quote Originally Posted by 1lokos View Post
    You can share files in Thingiverse. Post oo in Reddit/HOTAS will achieve more visibility.

    For sell printed grips you need improve the draw for more close to real, a semi replica, people that look for this is exigent.

    Interest exist, but ideally you need make the grip compatible with bases that accept removable grips, like Virpil, Warthog and WingWing, that use basically the same interface.
    and this guy set me on this very road!

    Hi 1Lokos!!


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    - Virpil T50 Mongoos with Warthog Grip plus Extension Set -
    - TM Warthog Throttle -
    - Slaw Device 109 Cam Rudder Pedals -
    - HighseasPeripherals(tm) - Engine Switch Panel - Munitions Switch Panel - Throttle Quadrant Trim Box - Helicopter Collective - Analogue Brake Lever -

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    Re: BF 109 Control Stick

    looks awesome

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