Brackets are fastened to the printed board plate with two M3x8mm screws.
An M3 threaded nut is press fitted into the end of the bracket.
The bracket is secure to handles with a M3x10mm screw.
Solder Ground Wires
Twist four quick connect wires together facing the same way, then twist one silicone wire from the other direction to produce a four-way splitter cable. Solder where these wires all meet, then cover the exposed solder joint with heat-shrink tubing.
Follow the Circuit Diagram to connect the Feather board to the Amp.
The Feather and Amp mount to the 3d printed plate with M2.5x6mm screws.
Solder Button Wires
Remove the jack from the quick connects and solder directly to the pins on the Feather board.
Bundle the ground and Button wires with pieces of heat shrink tubing. Pass each bundle through each button cutout.
Slide Bottom Plate
The bottom plate slides into rails built-into the case.
Align the contacts on the arcade buttons to face the same direction. Connect each quick connect to the contacts on the arcade buttons.
The arcade buttons press fit into each cutout.
The 220mAh lips battery fits inside a bumper with the wire facing out the larger opening.
The battery connects to the JST port on the Feather. The battery fits inside the case, on the opposite side of the arcade contacts.
Connect the EN pin and the last ground wire to the contacts on the pushbutton. Carefully coil wires to fit inside the case.
Unscrew the included threaded washer on the pushbutton. Press the pushbutton through the printed Lid part. Reattach the threaded washer to secure the pushbutton to the lid.
Align the lid part to the case to press fit into place.
Solder an input JST to the speaker wire to easily connect to the amp.
Coil excess speaker wire inside the case.
Place the speaker inside the cavity.
The grill press fits over the speaker cavity.