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Fight Stick (Porta Pi Lite V3) Assembly Manual (c) 2015 Retro Built Games, LLC & Ryan

(c) 2015 Retro Built Games, LLC & Ryan Bates

Contents
I. Legal Stuff................................................................................................................................................... 1
II. Parts Overview and Prologue Notes. ........................................................................................................ 4
III. Bill of Materials. ....................................................................................................................................... 6
VI. Pre-assembly notes, advice, do's and do not's. ....................................................................................... 8
V. Hardware Descriptions ............................................................................................................................. 9
VI. Tools needed for assembly. ................................................................................................................... 10
1. Shell Assembly ........................................................................................................................................ 11
2. Adding Artwork and Acrylic Cover, Buttons & Joystick........................................................................... 21
3. Paint \ Vinyl ............................................................................................................................................. 29
4. Mounting RPi........................................................................................................................................... 32
5. Wiring Buttons and Joystick .................................................................................................................... 34
6. Final Installation ...................................................................................................................................... 42

I. Legal Stuff
WARNING! ( and legal stuff.)

Under no circumstances will Retro Built Games, LLC or Ryan Bates be responsible for any loss or
damages, including personal injury or death, that may results from your engagement in the activity
demonstrated in this manual or any related documentation. You also assume all risk and liability that
may result in such activities. Retro Built Games, LLC disclaims all warranties.

Copyright (c) 2014, 2015 Ryan Bates. All rights reserved.


Copyright (c) 2014, 2015 Retro Built Games, LLC. All rights reserved.

No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form
or by any means electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise without the prior
written permission of the publisher. Don't do it! Or the lawyers will find you...

The software mentioned in this document holds copyrights by its respective authors. Said software is
"AS IS" and should be downloaded, installed, and used at your own risk. Ryan Bates and Retro Built
Games, LLC disclaims all warranties of any kind, either express or implied, as to the software, including,
but not limited to, losses, damages, claims or costs including and indirect, consequential, or incidental
damages, any lost profits or lost savings, personal injury even if Ryan Bates or Retro Built Games, LLC
has been advised of the possibility of such loss, damages, claims, or cost.
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Under no circumstances shall Retro Built Games, LLC or Ryan Bates be liable to any user for direct,
indirect, incidental, consequential, special, or exemplary damages, arising from or relating to this
agreement, the software, or user's use or misuse of the software or hardware.

Neither this agreement nor any documentation furnished under it is intended to express or imply any
warranty that the operation of this compilation of software will be uninterrupted, functional, or
error‐free. I tend to make a few typos.

The Porta Pi Lite design and construction is copyrighted. You are welcome to enjoy the arcade in your
own home for personal use. You may not display or market the Porta Pi Lite in a public/private setting
where creations are marketed, showcased, judged ( or similar) based on ingenuity, engineering, design,
or craftsmanship etc... The Porta Pi Lite may not be displayed anywhere without proper representation
and written consent of the copyright holder Ryan Bates/ Retro Built Games, LLC. Neither shall the Porta
Pi Lite be displayed or marketed via internet (forum or website) as your own work without proper credit
to the designer/ engineer [Ryan Bates] and seller [RetroBuiltGames.com].

Use of this manual and/or Purchase of a kit from RetroBuitGames.com (Retro Built Games, LLC) signifies
your agreement to the terms and conditions above. In other words, please do not copy my manual, steal
my work, or show off your awesome Porta Pi Lite without my consent and credit. Thanks:)

Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

--Revision History--

Version Date Description of Changes


0.1 August 20 2015 Original draft
0.2 Sept 21 2015 Third draft
1.0 Sept 28 2015 Original Release
1.10 Aug 29, 2016 Power switch DC jack diagram added.
Updated photos to reflect March 2016 update
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All,

I worked very hard, for many thousands (yes, thousands) of hours to make the Porta-Pi Arcade and its
related products and manuals (like this Fight Stick!). Please do not distribute/share/upload this manual
without my permission.

Ryan Bates

I've done my absolute best to make this kit fun, rewarding, and enjoyable during the build and after
when you're playing it. If you run in any problems I want to help. Check the Help and FAQ section on my
website. Still stumped? Please email me for questions/comments/issues at:

ryan(at)retrobuiltgames(dot)com

I'm a one man operation, so please excuse me if I don't get back to you right away. I will as soon as I can.

Let's get started...


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II. Parts Overview and Prologue Notes.

The Fight Stick V1 consists of the following wood parts.

Panel ID Panel Description


A Bottom
B Control Panel/ Button and Joystick Mount <top>
C Control Panel/ Button and Joystick Mount <bottom>
D Back Side
E Front Side (2 button mount)
F Left Side (1 button mount)
G Right Side
H Raspberry Pi mounting plate
I 2-Button reinforce plate
J Acrylic Cover (standard)
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Background

Throughout the manual I will be referring to this item and the Porta Pi Lite Arcade Fight Stick. This idea
originated as a stripped down version of the 7" Porta Pi Arcade (Kickstarted in 2013), which aptly
named was the Porta Pi Lite. Ah, the memories:)

The Porta Pi Lite has seen its share notoriety on the internet, including come copyright violations from
others who need not be mentioned. I sat on a redesign for a few years as I was busy with new versions
of the Porta Pi Arcade. I am happy to say after a few prototypes, and one abandoned idea, its
reincarnation is ready.

As I revise the design and make new iterations, I might settle on a different name. For the sake of
simplicity, I will just call this a "Fight Stick" for rest of the manual, or maybe Fight Stick V3 because that
sounds like a big deal.
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III. Bill of Materials.


Here's everything you need to build the PPLV3 Fight Stick. Note, some items may differ slightly from
what is pictured. Also, I reserve the right to change items without notice. This rarely happens; but
sometimes I will swap slightly different screws/bolts because I ran out of the size listed.
You can always source alternatives or up-cycle junk devices to build the Fight Stick. Be creative and
resourceful!

Assembly Item Quantity Description


1 1 Maple Plywood (furniture-grade plywood) 1/4" x 8' x 4'
Body
2 1 Acrylic 1/16" Control panel cover 12x24"
3 0 Artwork, Matte Paper color print ( NOT SUPPLIED)
4 11 Arcade button (Any color)
5 1 Joystick Shaft (w/ microswitches)

Control 6 11 Microswitch contacts


Panel 7 1 Momentary 16 mm button (Black)
8 25 Female/Female jumper wires 40 x 12"
9 1 Hookup wire, ~7Ft (5' green, 1' blk, 1' red) 22AWG
10 22 0.187" Quick Connect Crimp Female (18-22 AWG)

11 1 5 VDC 2000mA AC adapter 10W


Power 12 1 Panel Mount 2.1mm DC barrel jack
13 1 Power Switch (Toggle, single pole)
14 5 # 8 x 1" Round Head (zinc plated)
Hardware: 15 4 # 8 x 1.75" Round Head (zinc plated)
Machine 16 8 # 8 x 1/2" Round Truss Head (zinc plated)
Screws 17 4 # 6 x 0.75" Flat Head (zinc plated)
18 3 # 4 x 1" Flat Head (zinc plated)
19 9 # 8 Nut
Nuts 20 4 # 6 Nut
21 3 # 4 Nut
22 4 # 8 x 1.00" Female/Female Hex Standoff AL
23 5 # 8 Washer
Washers
24 4 # 6 Washer
25 4 # 8 Nylon Spacer 1/2" Length, 3/8" OD
26 4 # 6 Lock Washer (split washer)
27 3 # 4 x 0.25" Nylon Spacer
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Framing Bracket; Nickel-Plated, 5/8" & 3/4" Sides, Horizontal


28 4 Slot
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VI. Pre-assembly notes, advice, do's and do not's.


The cabinet paints easily in its individual pieces, but with aerosol it's much easier to paint with the
cabinet partially assembled and glued. For the Fight Stick, I lean towards vinyl. Don't forget: if you
stain/paint before you assemble the cabinet, this can affect the fit and glue strength if you get
paint/stain in the glue areas.

Play close attention to the "Glue" icon, shown here:

and the "Don't Glue" icon also shown here:

The shell is held together mainly by wood glue. There are recommend places to glue, and places you
should not glue. These reasons for gluing are for structural integrity. The reasons for not gluing are for
accessibility in the shell when assembling, or to allow certain pieces to fit perfectly without interference.
Ideally the shell will be strong and sturdy but not an impenetrable box that your Raspberry Pi is sealed
inside away forever. But, you could build it that way.

HEY! LISTEN!
I highly suggest you read the assembly steps once through as a dry-run.
DO NOT GLUE UNTIL YOU'VE BUILT THE SHELL ONCE AND UNDERSTAND HOW IT
GOES TOGETHER!!!!! MANY PIECES LOOK SYMMETRICAL BUT THEY ARE NOT!!
I warned you.

Tips, Hints, and other suggestions to make your build easy.

- Match the pictures. Don't just follow the picture; rotate, flip, and turn your parts and sub-assemblies
to match what is shown in the pictures. This will aid with critical steps that emphasize orientation of cut-
outs and holes so they are not assembled backwards.
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-Some wood when laser cut may have a fine black soot at the cut. Wipe this off with a damp cloth
before gluing to ensure a strong glue-bond between the wood panels. Don't eat this stuff either.

-A utility knife or exact-o knife is a great tool to have. Due to shipping conditions (temperature and
humidity changes) the wood panels might not fit as perfectly as they did when I cut them. Using a sharp
utility knife to shave of some wood will make the difference between a rough, tight squeeze and a
perfect fit. Sandpaper will also work; however, a sharp blade is faster. It is possible some pieces may
have a slight warp to them- Don't worry! Once glued everything will even-out. Take your time when
gluing. Use bar clamps (light pressure) if you have them, masking tape, books-ends, or whatever you
need to ensure a square assembly until the glue dries. I recommend wood glue for the Fight Stick.

- There are some slight variances between the wood and all acrylic versions of the Fight Stick. Mainly
the exception of wood glue. Any variances are identified as appropriate. (at the time of this draft, I am
unsure if I will build an acrylic version)

- Check out the videos I've made on my YouTube channel / website for additional video instructions.
(videos TBD at the time of this draft).

V. Hardware Descriptions
Common hardware items are used to assemble the Fight Stick. This includes common machine screws. I
will explain the differences between the various types seen in the kit. Pay attention to "flat" versus
"round" as they are referenced in this manual. Most of the hardware is in imperial units since that's
what is available here in the US; however, metric can be easily substituted if you are sourcing your own
parts.

Hardware you need to know the difference between:

Machine Screw: Flat Head Fits into counter-sunk holes.

Machine Screw: Round Head. Standard bolt. Does not mount flush to surface.
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The imperial machine screw sizes from smallest to largest diameter are:
#4, #6, and #8.

VI. Tools needed for assembly.

You will definitely need:


 Wire strippers and crimpers
 Wire cutters
 A screw driver
 Wood Glue
 Drill with counter-sink bit & bit for #8 or #6 holes

You don't need, but I really recommend having:


 12 inch bar clamp (two or three of these)
 Squeeze clamps (spring clamps)
 Electrical Tape
 Utility knife
 Soldering iron with solder.

Alrighty.

You look like you're ready to build the Porta Pi Lite v3. Let's Begin!
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1. Shell Assembly
Start with the bottom and side panels (A,D,E,F,G)

You will also need the hardware and glue.


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Start with the bottom panel (A) and counter sink the holes for your Raspberry Pi.

Before you start gluing, familiarize yourself with the assembly. Note how not all sides are symmetrical;
the bracket mounting holes will only line-up on one side.

We start with the two panels with the Raspberry Pi USB and A/V ports cut-outs. Add glue to the joints.
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Add the bracket and hardware.


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Continue this process for all four sides. It does help to have the brackets installed on the sides before
gluing.
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Add glue to the bottom. Note how the glue travels with the rectangular cut outs.

Add the assembly you just made.


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Wipe off excess glue.

You can add a bead of glue on the inside, but do not get glue near the RPi cutouts; the riser plate will not
fit if you put a glue bead here.
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Place the top on.

Add clamps and wait until glue has set.


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Next, we will glue the top and bottom control panels together. Add glue and spread.
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Flip over and glue together.

Clamp time! Something heavy in the center works well too. In this photo the assembly is sitting on top of
a roll of duct tape. This keeps the clamping force from being redirected/shifted if they rest on the table.
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When the shell has dried, glue the two button reinforcing plate on the INSIDE of the shell.
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2. Adding Artwork and Acrylic Cover, Buttons & Joystick.

I am going to assume you are adding artwork to your fight stick, as this is the time to add it before
installing the arcade buttons and joystick. If you don't have artwork or the acrylic cover, ignore those
these steps, but do install the buttons and joystick.

You might have to sand the top tabs down if the acrylic top does not fit flat.

Using the acrylic cover (keep the protective paper on!) cut your artwork to size. Use a sharp blade, cut
on cardboard or a table you don't mind putting deep scratches into. When I draft artwork, I leave a light
outline of the buttons and other holes to ensure alignment when I cut out the holes.

Cut out the areas for the buttons. You should wash your hands and dry them thoroughly before cutting
out the holes. Some photo papers/inks will get smudgy from the natural oils on your hands. Don't believe
me? Look at the black button cutouts. This was professional grade brand-name paper from a 24"Brand
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name plotter (the ink had 2 days to dry prior).

Use a counter sink bit to counter sink the four mounting holes for the joystick. You will need some
hardware too: With Full Kits, I supply:

 # 6 x 0.75" Flat Head machine screws (Qty 4)


 # 6 nut (Qty 4)
 # 6 washer (Qty 4)
 # 6 split washer (Qty 4)
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Install the joystick with four flat head machine screws. Fasten with split washers and nuts.
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Place you artwork on top . Add the acrylic cover (remove protective paper now). Note: The acrylic cover
is an optional purchase.
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Install all arcade buttons. Fasten with nuts.


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Install dust cover and joystick ball top. Don't forget the smaller button in the upper left corner.

The four small holes scatter around the top (that we didn't cut out), are easier to drill out with a bit
smaller than the hole. That's what I chose to do. Using a small knife on these tiny holes is a test on my
patience that I rather avoid.
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Looking good.
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3. Paint \ Vinyl
This is a good place to paint the shell if you choose to do so. If you want to wrap the sides in vinyl, this is
also a good time. I did vinyl as I figured if would be tougher as the fight stick experiences use and wear,
and hopefully easier to replace if scratches and tears make their appearance.

Here are some photos of my vinyl work. At the time of this draft, I am still honing my vinyl skills, so I
cannot offer any advice other than: plan ahead, visualize, take your time and buy more vinyl than you
need.
FYI: I used Orcal 651 vinyl. (It's what TechShop happens to stock for screen printing.) Also, at the time of
this draft I do not know of better alternates.

First I painted the bottom with white spray paint (about 3 coats).
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I used a paper cutter (the ones with the big slicing blade) to cut straight strips of vinyl. Stuck these strips
on the sides and cut the excess. After I did this, I decided it would be better to wrap the excess vinyl
around the back for a stronger adhesion (rather than trimming it flush).
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This process is time consuming. "Is it faster than painting? " -If you don't count the paint drying time;
yes it is faster; however it is a bit more tedious. I don't believe one method [paint vs. vinyl] is better than
the other. However; based on your skill set, your budget and your workshop settings, you might find one
method more favorable.
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4. Mounting RPi
Grab the #4 hardware and RPi mounting plate.

Install the machine screws from the underside.


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Add the mounting plate, then RPi. Fasten the nylon bushings and nuts. Snug tight only!
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5. Wiring Buttons and Joystick


If you have read my Porta Pi Arcade Manual, I go into depth about how to wire and why. I will leave it to
you to read that manual if you need detailed information regarding wiring. For this section, I will be
brief.
-If using a Raspberry Pi with this Fight Stick- the wiring is identical
to the Porta Pi Arcade, except for a few button placements.

-If wiring these buttons to a keyboard encoder (not supplied), skip


this section and do your own thing :)

Everything is wired in groups. You will need to make wiring


harness grouped by sections: Joystick, 8-button set, 2-button set,
single button and another single button set.
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In detail these sections are:


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If you have not done so, add the three buttons to the side panels.

Get ready to wire...


The wires connect to their respective locations on the RPi. Since there are two extra buttons on this fight
stick than what the Porta Pi Arcade uses, feel free to wire the extra two buttons to the Player 2 areas
and map them as-you-see-fit in software. Player 2 is prefaced with "P2"
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Shrink the image above, so the chart on the right is exactly 2.03 inches tall. Print this out so you can
punch this into the RPi's GPIO headers for easy wiring labels.

How to make the colored (+signal) wires:

Start at one end of your female/female ribbon cable. Use a small flat screw driver and pry up the small
plastic tab on the jumper-end. Remove this rectangular plastic jumper piece. Push a crimp connector on
the bare metal part (it is a tight fit). Crimp. Repeat seven more times on this "set". Then do this whole
thing again as needed to make the respective wire sets.
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How to make the Ground daisy chain wires.

Start with the long wire provided in your kit. Cut this wire into ~3" (~80mm) sections. You will need
seven of these 3inch sections for the eight button set. Strip ~0.25"(5mm) off each end. Crimp a terminal
to one of these ends. Now, using the opposite end of the wire we just crimped, twist another wire on,
then crimp a terminal. Do this seven more times. On the last (seventh) crimp take a strip from the
ribbon cable, remove one of the rectangular connectors and twist this end and crimp it. Then do this
whole thing again as needed to make the respective wire sets for ground. The pictures show a wire
harness for a 6-button set. I just copied and pasted this section from the Porta Pi Arcade manual.
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Connections are made by connecting the ground chains (or individual grounds) to the respective GPIO
pins on the RPi, followed by the corresponding button pin. Here is a sample of one button connection.
The ground tab on the pushbutton microswtich is labeled COM, it's also the tab furthest from the actual
button part (concave area).

Repeat this until is everything is wired. You can reassign the GPIO's in software. See the "Help" section
on my website for details.
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Got it all wired? Great!

Again, see the Porta Pi Arcade manual for in-depth wiring instructions if you are confused here.
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6. Final Installation
You will need the #8 machine screws, hex standoffs, and large nylon spacers for the next steps. At the
time of this publication, I had to 3D print substitutes for the large nylon spacers. Your spacers will be a
different color, not orange like mine. FYI I used 50-70% infill for these spacers if you make your own.
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Install the four #8x1" machine screws from the underside.

Add the spacers.


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Screw on the hex stand-offs.

There is a single machine screw that helps hold the acrylic and control pad together, this hole is on the
right-most side of the control panel. Screw that in now with a washer and nut on the underside. You
might notice there is a place to use a stand-off here, but a push button occupies this space. I might
change this later.
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Using the #8x1.75" machine screws...

Place the top on, and fasten.


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I recommend some felt/carpet pads for the bottom. Optional of course.

If you choose to, you can install the DC jack and a power switch. Plug these connections in the 5V and
Ground GPIOs, these will provide power to the RPi. This does bypass some over current protection on
the RPi, so this a "do at your own risk". DO NOT CONNECT THESE BACKWARDS. If your switch has four
tabs on it, use a voltage meter set to resistance or 'Close Circuit' and figure out which pairs connect with
the switch. I'd tell you but chances are the switch pinout will vary with my inventory. Also a good reason
to buy more toys right?
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And you're done! Nice Job. Remember to use my image when using GPIO as button inputs. If you don't,
you risk destroying your Pi.