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AFS 14" Happ/IL Steel Case, Custom Art/Plexi Bundle

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  • Product Description

    This is a DIY Kit

    The AFS bundle is designed as a build-yourself kit. This iwill not come pre-assembled with any of the additional items you purchase, such as wire, PCB, joystick lever or buttons.


    Relive your days of classic Street Fighter, Marvel vs Capcom 2, and countless other titles with the retro-minded AllFightsticks Happ/IL steel fightstick enclosure!

    Suzo Happ and Industrias Lorenzo (IL) Compatible

    This sturdy steel enclosure was designed with a higher clearance to accomodate the larger Suzo Happ Competition or Industrias Lorenzo Eurosticks, plus taller 28mm screwbuttons with Cherry microswitches.

    Enclosure height is taller than normal AFS 14 to accomodate IL EuroStick or Happ Competition Joystick, plus tall 28mm Happ or IL arcade buttons Remove the nylon nuts from the joystick mount using our 8mm-5/16 Hex Nut Driver for AllFightsticks Case or equivalent tool Your Happ or IL joystick lever mounts like this. Now you can finish assembling the lever or add connectors and wiring.
    Enclosure height is taller than normal AFS 14 to accomodate IL EuroStick or Happ Competition Joystick, plus tall 28mm Happ or IL arcade buttons. To install the joystick lever, remove the nylon nuts from the joystick mount using our 8mm-5/16 Hex Nut Driver for AllFightsticks Case or equivalent tool. Your Happ or IL joystick lever mounts like this. Now you can finish assembling the lever or add connectors and wiring.

    Also Works with Sanwa JLF and 30mm Buttons

    Included in the case are holes designed to work with Sanwa JLF compatible mounts. Simply unscrew the included mounts using our 8mm-5/16 Hex Nut Driver for AllFightsticks Case or equivalent tool, then move the screws to the JLF mount position. 30mm snapbuttons or screwbuttons are also compatible.  

    Provided with the case is a convenient PCB stand that works with most Brook form factor control PCBs. In the back, you will find six 24mm (6) option button holes and three (3) neutrik holes with mounting screws for expansion.

    To install a Sanwa JLF or similar lever, Remove the nylon nuts from the joystick mount. Next, use the same tool to remove the second nut and washer. Here, you will remove the screw from its current outer mount holes and move it to the inner mount holes. Using a Phillips head screwdriver and the hex driver, screw the second nut and washer so that both a tight against the mount hole. The JLF mount screws will look like this when you are finished. Now you can install the JLF, Seimitsu or low profile (low collar, not high collar) Crown joystick lever with compatible mounting plate. For other joysticks not usually compatible with either mount, you may consider purchasing the KOWAL Flat Plate Converter.
     To install a Sanwa JLF or similar lever, Remove the nylon nuts from the joystick mount. Next, use the same tool to remove the second nut and washer.  Here, you will remove the screw from its current outer mount holes and move it to the inner mount holes. Using a Phillips head screwdriver and the hex driver, screw the second nut and washer so that both a tight against the mount hole.  The JLF mount screws will look like this when you are finished. Now you can install the JLF, Seimitsu or low profile (low collar, not high collar) Crown joystick lever with compatible mounting plate. For other joysticks not usually compatible with either mount, you may consider purchasing the KOWAL Flat Plate Converter.

    Back Panel Uses 24mm Pushbuttons 

    The AFS/Happ Enclosure's backside utilizes 24mm pushbuttons.  This allows up to 6 option buttons for modern day control schemes, such as Share, Back, Start, L3, R3, and Touch Pad Press. The back also includes 3 Neutrik ports for additional options such as a NAUSB passthrough, a rocker switch to turn on/off "tournament mode" (prevents accidental option button press), or 3-way rocker switch for DP/LS/RS (Digital, Left Analog Stick, Right Analog Stick) activation. Screws for the three neutrik port are included with each case.

    AFS Happ/IL Enclosure Back 24mm Buttons

    Save When You Bundle

    The AFS IL/Happ is already a great economical solution compared to other Happ/IL compatible cases available today. This bundle saves you over $40.00 by providing the following in one neat package:

    • AFS 14" Happ/IL Steel Enclosure ($99.95 value)
    • Choice of "Capcom 8" or "Sega 2P 8" steel panel (while supplies available) ($29.95 value)
    • Plexiglass top ($16.95 value)
    • Personalized artwork print and cut to your specifications (15.95 value)
    • 14" Blank Foam Bottom 4mm thick Pad ($14.95 value)
    • Black hex screws with hex key ($4.25 value)
    • Additional Neutrik screws
    • PCB compartment
    • Suzo Happ/IL Button Wrench ($4.95 value)
    • Buttercade 24mm and 30mm SnapOut pushbutton removal tool. ($16.00 value)
    • Brillianize Instant Detailer Pack For Plexiglass ($1.50 value)

    You can use those savings towards the purchase of a Brook control PCB and wiring to get started on your custom build.

    Free Artwork Packs

    Relive some of the best arcade years with these picture-perfect artwork packs designed for the Happ/IL case, yours free to download. Each are courtesy of Twitter's @GStickartnew-window-icon.png If you desire, upload the PSD template you want printed with your order of the Happ/IL kit. Instructions to modify and upload the packs are below.

    Sample artwork for display purposes only MVC2 Sample Pack Sample artwork for display purposes only
    Champion Edition Theme new-window-icon.png
    (Capcom, Sega 2P layouts, 6 or 8 button)
    MVC2 Theme new-window-icon.png 
    (Capcom, Sega 2P layouts, 6 or 8 button)
    Neo Geo Theme new-window-icon.png
    (Sega 2P layout, 6 or 8 button)
    Sega Astro City Theme Free Artwork Pack: For display presentation only Sega Astro City Theme Free Artwork Pack: For display presentation only  
    Astro City Version 1 Theme new-window-icon.png
    (Sega 2P layout, 6 or 8 button)
    Astro City Version 2 Theme new-window-icon.png
    (Sega 2P layout, 6 or 8 button)
     
    Artwork presented for display purposes only

    How to Modify the Free Artwork Packs

    1. Each free artwork theme pack is compressed into a zip file. Use an unzip application like Winzip, 7Zip or similar to de-compress the contents.
    2. The templates included are either 6 or 8 button, with some including Capcom style straight 6 or 8 button, or Sega 2P layouts. Choose the one that matches your desired HAPP/IL metal panel layout.
    3. Each template is saved as a Photoshop PSD. If you own Adobe Photoshop, you can open the PSD file directly. Can't afford Photoshop? Use Photopeanew-window-icon.png a free, online Photoshop alternative that works great with PSD files. 
    4. Each Photoshop file contains multiple layers and one "Group" layer called "Labels". In Labels, you can choose which set of button labels you want, such as KICK PUNCH, or Playstation, Xbox or Nintendo Switch). This may vary per theme.
      Photoshop Labels Group Layer
    5. When you're happy with your layout choices, save the file as PSD. Do not save as any other format.  
    6. When you are ready to place your order for the AFS 14" Happ/IL  Steel Case, Custom Art/Plexi Bundle, you will visit the section under under "Choose Your Options". Upload this file under the option "Submit Artwork - .PSD (Recommended), .TIFF, JPG, PDF or PNG format:". 
      Order File Upload (Sample)
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    1. Living the Arcade Dream, Courtesy of FocusAttack & AFS!

      Having a proper, American style arcade stick has been a dream of mine for a long, long time. I've never really done well with the standard Sanwa JLFs, causing me to steer more into korean lever territory. Thanks to FA and AFS, my dream is now realized.

      The case itself is well constructed, even compared to other sticks that also use a powder brushed steel. Assembly was easy with the proper screws and sensibly arranged mounting brackets. At 14 inches, this is a heavy case that's wide enough to comfortably distribute all that weight. Unlike some other steel cases (see: The Etokki Omni), it wasn't a lot of weight concentrated on a small surface area. Additionally, the push-button holes were perfectly sized. You wouldn't think this would be an issue, but I tend to use transparent pushbuttons, as to not interfere with the art so much. Others (again with the Etokki Omni) would see the push buttons turn over a period of time, forcing me to use my fingers to turn it back so the graphics were properly aligned. But I haven't had to do that with the AFS! This is probably going to be the tallest case you ever worked with, but not much taller than say... the Razer Panthera or Nacon Daija.

      Finally, as a general tip, the IL Eurojoystick is much more sensitive than I expected. If I went for a cardinal direction and was off by 10 degrees, I'd trigger another switch and get a corner input. This resulted in a lot of input errors, and accidental flick-DPs. If you're interested in the Eurojoystick, I highly recommend that you make sure you have a dremel on hand to sand down the pins on the switch and reduce that sensitivity.
      on Aug 10th 2023

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