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Smule's 2dof seatmover simulator

Discussion in 'DIY Motion Simulator Projects' started by Simon Husum, Aug 28, 2016.

  1. Simon Husum

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    Hi everybody

    Well..

    I started building my rig in 2009..
    Added motion a year ago..

    Perhaps it is time to make a build thread in here :)

    It started as a static replica of a visionracer VR3.

    Later on modified it with no parts of the chassis in front of the pedals.

    In 2014 I dropped my ps3 and went for PC gaming.

    In 2015 I upgraded to triple 40" monitors and and got 2 dof motion mounted driven by wiper motors.
    Got it updated here in June 2016 with bigger motors driven by 2 Moto monsters per motor.

    My setup as it is now:

    - Modified replica Visionracer VR3 chassis.
    - Modified Fanatec CSW V1 base with Bühler motors.
    - Modified Fanatec clubsport V2 pedals.
    - 3x40" Samsung monitors
    - 2 dof motion with 90zyt 12v motors with MCP4 50:1 gearboxes powered by the SMC3 code made by @RufusDufus.
    - DIY sequential carbon shifter inspired by SSH14.
    - DIY carbon buttonbox.

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    Bracket for adjusting the steering wheel front/back + tilt..
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    Bracket for adjusting the seat to either F1 or GT style..
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    DIY Buttonbox
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    DIY Carbon shifter with burst function..
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    Motion with SMC3 code :)
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    Beautiful
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    Top job. Looks brilliant
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    Great job yeah.

    BTW @stomper ....this I what I saw on my screen :) IMG_20160828_155651.png
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    Superb, great craftsmanship and nice and clean design, congrats :)
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    @Simon Husum obviously "misliked" by accident?
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    Yeah BIG accident :blush An unforeseen scrolling accident :grin
    Sorry @Pit :)
    Very glad for all your kind words in here.:thumbs;):)
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    Very nice
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