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DIY FFB belt-driven racing wheel

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by bikerbob951, Nov 21, 2022.

  1. bikerbob951

    bikerbob951 New Member

    Sep 27, 2022
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    Hello all,

    New to the forum, but not new to racing simulators. I've been using a G27 since it was released, and although it's working just fine, it's time to build my own wheel. I'm following what I suspect is a pretty common DIY wheel, using a DC12V scooter motor and belt driving the steering shaft.

    I've already got my own tweaked design worked out, and I'm doing all my own machining of the chassis bits. However I've come to the point where it's time to start purchasing components, and I'm having a bit of an issue. I really want to have this setup be as updated and lag-free as possible, so it seems like the STM32 board is the way to go. Beyond that, I'm having some difficulty finding wiring diagrams specific to that board. Is there a good example of a belt drive FFB wheel based around the STM32?

    I have dug through threads and done lots of searching, but I can't find any info that I trust.

    Here's a rendering of my model just for fun, and I'll post actual build pics soon.

    screen 1.png screen 2.png
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