Posted 11 December 2010 - 01:51 AM
Posted 31 December 2010 - 06:01 AM
Here Are My Pics
Edited by Fifaking22, 31 December 2010 - 06:14 AM.
Posted 07 February 2011 - 11:24 PM
Alrighty, here are the A,B,X,Y buttons just about done, now aptly named the Cross, Circle, Square and Triangle. A little bit of glue and some light sanding and they're a done deal. Don't really even need to glue them as at least 1 tab is left on each of the original PS3 buttons, so they stay in place just fine as they are now. I made the grooves in the 360 shell deeper to let them sit in to the depth they needed to (most of them lined up pretty good with the exception of Square) as well as lightly sanded out the inside of the shell where the button rides because the ones from the PS3 are slightly larger at the base than the 360 buttons are and will wedge themselves in there if ya don't.
Hi, I know this is like the first post after three months (is it against the rules to do this? ) I know you don't want to do any "How to's" but could you go into more detail on how to do the buttons? I have cut up my B button and I think I need to make it smaller but the circle is just sort of .... stiff. How did you do yours? Did you shave down your xbox buttons and put the PlayStation buttons on top of them or what?
Posted 08 February 2011 - 08:42 PM
Never mind, just shaved the sides slightly and it works perfectly
thanks for the pictures and info RDC
Posted 19 January 2013 - 07:53 AM
Edited by Aajaxx, 19 January 2013 - 08:34 AM.
Posted 19 January 2013 - 11:04 AM
The second page in this thread has a post of the general run down of building one of these things, and you'll also find on several occasions I've posted no desire to make a full blown tutorial because of all of the different controller versions that can be used. This includes walking someone thru a build step by step by step by step as well because it's not really a beginner type of controller build.
You should use a Wired CL for the 'base board' because it's by far the easiest to trace out and see what goes where to rewire the Common Line of it into the PS3 controllers 3 COM line setup, and wiring the Sticks up is just a straight shot back to the PS3 controller's board.
Easier, but costs more, depending on how much the CL controller cost you, would be using the 36X board I designed awhile back for your 'base board' so there's no ruining a 360 board to use. http://forums.xbox-s...p?sho...w=&st=
The absolute easiest I can make it for you is to just build it for you, which comes with 2 things, a PS360 controller that works, and a lightening of your wallet. Which compared to the cost of the minimum of 2 controllers most people kill attempting this, plus the time/parts spent on it, plus the aggravation, you'd find it a lot better deal, but that's really only understood after the fact in most cases.
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