The keyboard tray is a 30 wide tray which will accomodate all of my peripherals. Also, the pedal assembly is connected to the rig by two formufit slip tee joints with locking pins.
The discussion regarding the design and build can be found here.
Diy keyboard tray sim rig. Please note the seat in the model is a little small so makes the actual rig look bigger than it is. Before starting i want to give full credits to simul8r for the design and plans for the cockpit. It's made with 1 pvc pipe, and a 30 by 12, 1/4 thick plywood resting on top held on with 2 3 c clamps, and a bungee cord.
Some modifications were done to the design in order to meet my needs, but ultimately trying to keep the original concept intact. At around $80, it wound up costing me more than the desk itself. Setup to work with a logitech driving force gt.
Pro simrig psr1 other 40mm profile rigs See more ideas about rigs, sims, racing simulator. I don't have any sharp edges though, even the square tubing underneath is smooth.
For paddle shifted cars, the h shifter can be folded out of the way, mouse plate slides on the 180 degree arm. I opted for a sliding, articulated keyboard tray by regency, which moves forward, back, up, and down with a single tension wheel. The actual dimensions are 1340mm (53) x 574mm (22.5) it is based around a gt car cockpit with a reasonably high steering wheel.
200x m8x20mm cap head bolts. Complete kit for mounting directly on the psr1 or other aluminium extrusion rig (40 profile) rig is included. Thought i'd share the sketchup plans for my budget wooden sim rig.
Trak racer products are designed from the ground up to deliver unsurpassed performace and durability. The keyboard tray is made of 4mm aluminium, coated black. Jul 17, 2021 #1 hi all!
I'm using a cheap trackpad instead on a mouse, that's in the video too. Have a scoot through my sim rig tour and you'll see how i diy'ed my keyboard tray. I looked at the rseat keyboard trays but the mouse area is quite small, i wouldn't be able to use that size for general gaming.
Chiming in, im new here trying to get back into racing in general. Our diy cockpit plans have been used by thousands of individuals to build and customize their own diy racing simulator cockpits. I couldn't believe the weight of it in the hands.
I am starting this log as a story of my journey in upgrading my outdated desk to proper sim rig. The tv is a 46 phillips. I just look over the wheel when seated, and have.
Keyboard tray slides and can be turned 180 degrees. The obutto keyboard tray is one large, heavy bit of kit. Diy rgb sim rig simhub tactile feedback wind sim stuyodgr8.
10x 40×80 90deg corner brackets. This allows me to slide the entire pedal assembly forwards and back to accommodate my friends and family who wil also be using this rig. Custom aluminium rig with omp seat, osw wheel (simucube, small mige), heusinkveld sim pedals pro, 3×27 gsync 7680×1440 and th8a shifter with mod plate.
If you are looking for the best in sim racing, look no further! The corners on the floor are wrapped in cabinet lining held on with elictrical tape so it doesn't slide.