Here's a few tips for your build:


Download Artwork Templates (PSD Format)

General Tips:

- Avoid Using Electric drills / screw drivers when screwing down your plexi, joystick, and back cover as they can strip or drill through the screw holes. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN THE SCREWS.

- Have Fun & Take your time!


-Uses the Sanwa JLF Joysticks with Flat Mounting plate such as:

Seimitsu joysticks with the "MS" style plate & Hori Hayabusa joysticks will work but may require modifications to fit due to height clearance.


- Top: Fits 30mm Japanese style SNAP-IN buttons (Sanwa, Seimitsu, Hori, Gamerfinger, etc). *Sanwa Screw-In buttons will also work but require using Seimistu screw button nuts.

- Back: Use 24mm Japanese style SCREW-IN buttons

USB Port:

You'll need to install a Neutrik USB feed-through port in the extra 24mm hole in the back.


Recommended PCBs:

PS4 / PS3 / PC / XBOXONE / XBOX360 / WIIU - Brook Universal Fighting Board

PS4 / PS3 / PC - Brook Fightboard

Keep your Firmware Updated for Brook PCBs:

I also recommend buying adhesive PCB Feet such as these to make mounting the pcb easy:

Painting Tips:

Sand case with 400 grit (or more) sandpaper until smooth.

Roll or spray on 1 coat of Primer, allow to dry

Sand until smooth, wipe off any access debris, repeat with additional coast if necessary.

Roll or spray on your paint color. If using spray paint, follow the directions on the can (spray in one direction, in thin coats, stay at least 12" away while spraying). Allow to fully dry. Sand to smooth any rough areas. Use higher grit sandpaper in between coats to achieve a smooth finish. Wipe off any debris. Repeat for 3 additional coats or until satisfied.

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Can't wait to see what you guys do with your cases. Please share your completed work with me!