GTE Button Box
Want to make your own button box? Then this is your chance! With this comprehensive step-by-step guide from Pokorny Engineering you build a realistic GTE button box for your sim rig in no time.
Tip: also check out this button box diy video!
? 4 mm genuine carbon fibre front and back plate
? Angled swivel plate
? 22 illuminated push buttons
? 3 CTS288 rotary encoders
? 1 switch with 12 positions (with strong clicks) used as an encoder for brake balance adjustment
? 1 button lighting switch
? 100×100 VESA M5 mount
? Ali profile attachment: adjustable M5 slotted nut
? Based on a generic STM32F103C8T6 development board from eBay/AliExpress or other shops
? Detailed construction manual (28 pages)
? Full BOM (parts list with links)
? Files for 3D printing (.stl, printable on a 200×200 mm bed)
? Files for manufacturing carbon fibre/aluminium parts (.dxf and .step)
? Fabrication files for the daughter board ($2 at JLCPCB)
? Firmware for the board (Total 27 inputs + 2 analogue, RGB LED control, backlight control, dual coupling system with calibration mode, ...)
? Stickers in pdf and vector formats (printable)
The GTE button box is only compatible with a PC. It functions as a standard game controller, allowing input assignment in any gaming simulator, including racing and flight simulators.