sswilson wrote: ↑ Just a stock set of arcade buttons from amazon.ca. If you've soldered before it's not all that hard, but for this project the only splicing I had to do was on the daisy chained 5V light line (the big soldering jobs came once I did a keyboard tray mod and then a full width pinball control cabinet). The rest are slide-on spade connectors.
I'm assuming autocad can export .STL? Most folks use the free version of Fusion which is apparently based on autocad, but the big thing you have to keep in mind when designing 3D printable parts is that you can't print on air so you have to factor that into your designs (or depend on supports).
Thanks, I will definitely take a look into it. I know that Revit allows for STL export not too sure about Cad. I can check easily though .