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Turn your Xbox One controller into a throttle-and-stick setup with these 3D-printed parts

The Verge Friday, 25 September 2020
Microsoft Flight Simulator has got a lot of people hankering to take to the virtual skies. But for many the experience isn’t complete without a flight stick of some sort. With lots of these now sold out that can be tough. But here’s a solution: 3D-printed parts that snap onto an Xbox One controller for a DIY conversion into a hands on throttle-and-stick or HOTAS.

This amazing little mod is the work of Akaki Kuumeri, a 3D printing tinkerer who maintains a YouTube channel showing off some of his creations. Kuumeri has made a video for this mod, too, and it’s well worth a watch, just for the groanworthy selection of puns alone.

"The mod takes just $10 and “an afternoon of your time” to make"

If you want to made the mod yourself, Kuumeri has...
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