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메이크스틱 레버&버튼 크기/배열/갯수 커스텀 지원
Date : 2013.07.20 15:34:43
Name : 관리자 Hits : 5497

안녕하세요.



메이크스틱을 구매하실때 레버와 버튼 간격, 버튼의 갯수와 배열 및 위치등을 구매자분이 원하는대로 커스텀해서 구매하실 수 있도록 지원할
예정입니다.



국내와 해외에는 다양한 조이스틱 모델이 있으며 조이스틱마다 레버와 버튼의 간격 및 배열이 다릅니다.



또한 게이머에 따라 자신만의 플레이 스타일이 있으며 입력하기 편한 버튼 배열이 다르기 때문에 이를 지원하기 위해 국내/해외 유명 스틱들의
배열 샘플을 선택해서 구매하시거나 직접 레버와 버튼 위치 간격을 그려서 보내주시면 그대로 가공해서 제작해 드릴 수 있습니다.



또한, 버튼수를 늘리거나 줄이는것도 자유자재로 가능합니다.



이미 스틱을 구매하신분도 상단부 교체를 통해 지원 가능합니다.



커스텀 제작은 재료비, 가공비, 인건비등이 추가로 들어가기 때문에 교체금액이 발생하게 됩니다.







아래 이미지는 다양한 조이스틱들의 버튼 레버 배열의 샘플 이미지 입니다.
(자료 원본 출처 : href="http://www.slagcoin.com/joystick/layout.html">http://www.slagcoin.com/joystick/layout.html)




Using the given measurements in the diagrams, you can also make your own
diagrams how you see fit.



This is the American Street Fighter layout given by Capcom USA. It has some
strange wide-spacing and does not suit the structure of the human hand. I do not
advocated squared layouts like this one and others. You can feel some of these
even layouts for yourself and assess the level of awkwardness from bending some
fingers more than others.



This is a clustered grid layout. It has more of an appropriate spacing, but
the squareness still does not suit the human hand very well. Additional dots are
there for making a Neo Geo layout which is more appropriate for the human hand.



Same as the previous layout, but space is added between the rows.

name=INCLINE>

This layout inclines straight until the pinky buttons.

name=INCLINE_SPACED>

Same as the previous layout, but space is added between rows.

name=HORI>

This is a transitioning layout used by Hori in some of their joysticks. Some
dots are added to show where to put the joystick if only using the right six
buttons. In most of their joysticks, they use the standard Japanese arcade
layout (shown below).



Same as the previous layout, but space is added between rows.

name=SEGA_PLAYER_1>

This is a precise diagram of the Sega layout used in Astro City, Blast City
(the bottom middle-finger button is .5mm more to the right, and the joystick is
in the higher position), Net City, and Versus City cabinets for player 1 or
single player. This layout (or an almost identical one) is used in most arcade
machines and controllers in Japan. It is very appropriate for quick,
comfortable, and precise play. If you have not used a slanted layout like this,
feel it; it may surprise you.



This is a precise diagram of the Sega layout for player 2. It is very close
to a non-slanted version of the player 1, but has a few differently proportioned
buttons; it can be tilted to something similar to the player 1 layout. A few
alternate placements of the pinky buttons are noted.



This layout is somewhat of a mix between the standard player 1 and player 2
layouts. The curvature is not as defined.



Same as the previous layout, but space is added between rows.

name=CLUSTER>

This layout uses the standard Japanese arcade design, but the proportions are
set so the buttons fit together more evenly and closely. The buttons form
equilateral triangles and a square.



Same as the previous layout, but space is added between rows.

name=SLANT>

The layout does a direct build of the slanted layout. It uses half-steps like
those in the Hori layout.



Same as the previous layout, but space is added between rows.

name=VEWLIX>

This layout takes the arcade layout and shifts the top row a bit to the
right. This is the precise layout used in Taito Vewlix cabinets. Note that the
bottom index and middle finger buttons are closer than 36mm to one another; they
will not work with nuts stocked with Sanwa screw-in buttons.



This is a generic version of the Vewlix shifted layout. Note the top index
and bottom middle finger buttons are closer together than the standard spacing
and will not work with Sanwa nuts.

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