tripletopper Posted November 13, 2018 Share Posted November 13, 2018 Okay I assumed the converter was a "naked" version of all of what you need to get tit working, exactly like in the picture. So, now you're telling me that the PCB is just the circuit board and appropriate solderable holes for future. That's okay, I can order the circuit board, send it to m guy who does soldering. I saw the website smbaker.com within one of the pictures. I had a hard time finding it using a ".com" find text search. So that website will tell me or (more likely) the person I hire for other equipment needed and what to do with them. At first I thought someone thought I wanted a complete Joystick built. Then I assumed I wanted just the adapter. Now I know that this is only a small part and further assembly is required. Got it now. Let me forward those directions to someone who might be hired to build it. (5 minutes pass) I doubt someone who just builds and physically wire fight sticks using existing fight stick equipment would be likely to figure this out. I saw some people asking to hire someone to build the device. I'd like to throw my hat in the ring for one of the PCB's plus one assembly and other parts from a different person. But I only want the PCB part if I can hire someone to build it. An unassembled part s worhtless to me. So How much for the PCB alone, SMBaker? Anyone offering services for building? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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