Raspberry Pi enthusiasts that would like to create a small desktop Raspberry Pi 2 powered arcade machine which can be loaded with Retropie or similar games emulation software.
Maybe interested in a new design that has been published to the Thingiverse website and is now available to download and print on your own 3D printer with full instructions and component list provided.
This Arcade videogame uses a Raspberry Pi 2 board with 7 ” display and a suitable shield for button management. The front panel backlight is achieved by 2 RGB LED modules whilst the whole system is powered by 5VDC/2A switching power supply. All sides of the cabinet are made with a 3D printer with an adeguate size printing plate (such as the 3drag BIG) and are fixed together by M4x12 countersunk screws and M4 bolt.
1x type B Raspberry Pi 2 board
• 1x RetroPie Shield for Raspberry Pi
• 1x 7″ Touch Screen Monitor for Raspberry Pi
• 2x 8 LED RGB WS2812 Neopixel Stick
• 1x Beetle module for neopixel control
• 1x micro 3+3W amplifier module
• 2x 1W / 8 ohm – Ø 57mm miniature speaker
• 1x 4 axes Arcade Joystick
• 2xi GRANATA Arcade push button,
• 2x YELLOW Arcade push button
• 2x GREEN Arcade push button
• 1x BLACK Arcade push button
• 1x WHITE one player symbol Arcade push button
• 1x N.O. square push button
• 1x 8GB Micro Secure Digital with adapter
• 1x 0,7m HDMI cable
• 1x plug DC to micro USB adapter cable
• 1x 5V – 2° switching power supply
• 1x panel 5,5×2,1 DC jack
• 26x 5mm Faston terminal – female
• 1x 30 cm cable with four 5,5×2,1DC plug and one DC jack
• 1x 30 cm cable with 5,5×2,1 DC plug
• 1x amplifier potentiometer knob
• 24 AWG wires for push buttom and other connections
• 2,54mm pin strip
• M4 screw
• M4 nut
For more information on the Retropie Mini Arcade Cabinet jump over to the Instructables website for details via the link below.
Source: Thingiverse : Adafruit
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