Nuon Rotary Controller Kits are ready!!!!

Discussion in 'NUON-Dome General Discussion' started by coleshores, Aug 6, 2018.

  1. coleshores

    coleshores Member

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    Nuon Rotary controllers are ready!
    $50 for the board to build yourself(Its easy, like wiring up a arcade cabinet, just time consuming and the spinner is about $100 for a good one) or we can construct a controller from scratch for $300.
    Lee Olivares(Eltoozero, the creator) is hand crafting them like he did with his Yak Spinner prototype. They will look nice

    Alternatively these boards also contain a digital input as well so you can control games like Iron Soldier 3.
    let me know
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  2. coleshores

    coleshores Member

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    Posted a couple of pictures above
     
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  3. doctorclu

    doctorclu You can change this now in User CP.

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    That board looks really nicely done. I think like a lot of people we are looking at the $300 price tag for the built version but just picking up the $50 board might be good for a start.

    Was going to pay by paypal but looks like I need to PM you here or on Atariage to make the purchase. Will do.
     
  4. Skah T

    Skah T Former VML engineer

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    Woooo! What a long road it has been. Definitely interested. I don't see instructions on how to purchase above. What should everyone do?
     
  5. K3V

    K3V NUON-Dome Moderator Staff Member

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    Yes let us know how to throw money at you :)
     
  6. ToshibaNuon

    ToshibaNuon Member

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    How to buy???
     
  7. Stephen

    Stephen You can change this now in User CP.

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    Definitely want at least one bare board. Question - I see "cut trace to change default". I am hoping this is what determines if the controller powers up (when booting the Nuon) in spinner or digital mode. If this is the case, I assume I can simply cut the trace but wire in a switch and have a "two-in-one"?
     

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