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Thread: Has anyone here made their own Train Sim hardware/controllers?

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    Default Has anyone here made their own Train Sim hardware/controllers?

    RailDriver seems to be the only official route to go, but it is either sold out on its official site or people are asking for $400+ on other sites for their RailDriver.

    Has anyone here made their own hardware? crude design or somewhat professional looking?

    Please share your photos and/or tips on making your own hardware.

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    My WALTHERS April 2015 Flyer has RailDriver, item #560-120 listed for $179.98
    Glenn Duba
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    I have also seen a few Japanese cabs for BVE. There is a London Underground cab setup using BVE. Real cab from a subway car.

    Robert

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    Heres another one I didnt see on here:

    https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/showth...-Control-Stand

    I have made my own that I 3D printed. It isnt tat fun as the braking controls are delayed and not as fluent as raildriver, but Im working on a program for that. Im also working on a truck dashboard for american truck simulator that about half finished. Ill see if I can remember to get some pics up, but heres a video of the dash if anyones interested.


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    Well, A custom controller and a bigger picture https://www.trainsim.com/vbts/conten...Bigger-Picture How much better could we get? Now, Only to find that lottery ticket!

    Robert

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