3D-printed case for Atari 5200 controller - NO ELECTRONICS OR BUTTONS
This 3D-printed case is designed for makers who have already built, or are planning to build Scott Baker's DIY Atari 5200 controller and are looking for a quality housing for the project, We offer it in three colors, and now accommodate the left-hand or right-hand versions. The case is snap-fit and also comes with four #4 x 1/2" screws.
Note that this listing is not a functional controller. You must purchase the electronics and buttons separately. Head over to our buttons section to select one or more sets to complete this case! See Scott Bakers's YouTube video below to learn about building the electronics.
Note: 3D printed parts are not like injection molded parts. The surface will show extrusion rings, seams, blemishes and other signs of plastic extrusion or resin layering. This is cosmetic only and in no way detracts from the part's functionality.