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DIY Sequential Shifter

Discussion in 'DIY peripherals' started by MAYA One, Aug 31, 2017.

  1. MAYA One

    MAYA One Member

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    I'm a DIYer from China,my English is not good:).First of all, thank you PRO SIM,Refer to the structure of Pro Sim,make a sequence shifer,share with you all.Hope to meet more friends,I'll try my best to answer your questions.Final declaration, not for sale,lest anyone should misunderstand.
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  3. SeatTime

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    Nicely built copy of a Pro Sim shifter :thumbs. Unfortunately I would get kicked out of my sim room with a shifter that loud ;), so have gone with a design that makes allot less noise.
  4. MAYA One

    MAYA One Member

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    Thank you for your reply.No high frequency noise, noise in the 5.1 speaker environment is not obvious.
    A question to ask, don't encourage DIY in Europe?Nonprofit.DIY will refer to existing products because of limited personal capacity.
    But receive criticism and warning from others,Just because I'm Chinese?
  5. SeatTime

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    Unfortunately for you, many from your country often don't 'played by the rules'. It is just how it is now days .- Manufacturing is almost gone/limited in many countries (including my own) Life is tough and everyone is trying to protect or find their place. I'm retired - so mostly don't care - but can see why others would. If you know in your heart that you are doing nothing wrong - just keep doing what you like doing and ignore the haters.
  6. MAYA One

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    Thank you for cheering me up.I know many products are processed in China,Include fanatec.Mostly businessmen saw China's cheap labour force.Now the processing industry is pulling out of China.Turning to cheaper India.The United States also wants to restart manufacturing and create more jobs.
  7. andpal

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    Hi Maya One,

    That shifter looks very good. Any chance you like to share how to build one ? That is just my dreamshifter to build !

    / Andreas from Sweden
  8. ferslash

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    any video, it looks grate!
  9. frankrizzo2

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    I'm interested in seeing your progress on this. Please post your progress and findings. Thanks
  10. xiatian

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    There was a mjoy16 board before, intended for a H shifter or sequencer, a handbrake, and some buttons, but now want to connect the TM1638, so plan to buy an Arduino board and still learning.
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  11. BS21

    BS21 Sim Tutorial: www.youtube.com/BSGamingSimulator

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    I interest too with this project, please share your project to us, also parts used in this build. Thank you...
  12. 69th_Zeb

    69th_Zeb New Member

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    Man that looks really tight. That stamp/die work is nice too.
  13. Ramok

    Ramok Member SimAxe Beta Tester Gold Contributor

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    Hi
    Nice shifter :thumbs.
    @MAYA One (psssss) where you get plans for shifter?
  14. Deadlock

    Deadlock New Member

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    Great work!I can prove this is the only one in china.
  15. Schopfer

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    Nice shifter
    How mutch cost ti build?
  16. dualin

    dualin New Member Gold Contributor

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    Hi, I like your shifter very much, I'd like to make one. Can you share the plans?. Thanks in advance.

    Best regards
  17. Krassi

    Krassi PLAYGASM

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    Look very simple and very functional! I will be happy to see video!:)
  18. ahoenksiluman

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    do you have CAD file to share...??
    it will helpfull to us...
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