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Artwork Print and Cut for Razer Atrox (not Panthera)

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  • Product Description

    Important: Custom Orders Do Not Ship Separately

    If you place an order for a personalized product along with non-custom products, such as arcade part or merchandise, please note that all products will ship together.  We ask for a minimum of 7-10 business days to process custom orders and prepare for shipping, as we often have a large queue, and personalized orders require additional processing work.  If you desire to receive your non-custom products earlier, then please place two separate orders.  This will allow the non-custom orders to ship within our normal 1-2 business days.


    Control panel artwork represents one of the most convenient means to personalize your fightstick, giving it a new look almost immediately. 

    High Resolution, Color Fidelity

    Artwork prints are developed using a top-of-the-line commercial printer, offering vivid, professional-quality artwork replication. The printer is capable of resolution of 1200dpi (dots per inch), and 6 color ink system (Cyan Magenta Yellow K(Black) + Light Cyan, Light Magenta and White) reproduces artwork over a wide color range, whether submitted as RGB or CMYK.

    Artwork is printed on 10 mil cardstock sheet.  It carries 95% brightness and tensile strength of 100 pounds per inch.  

    Each print is laser cut to your specifications, as presented by available options.  You will receive the print with insert cutouts designed to fit your chosen brand. Gently press downward to remove the cutouts.

    Designed for Razer Atrox

    Razer Atrox (Xbox One) Razer Atrox Xbox 360
    Atrox (Xbox One, Xbox 360) Panel Template (1.7Mb zip)

    The artwork print is cut specifically for the Razer Atrox Fightstick for Xbox One and Xbox 360. Options include removing the turbo/control panel (make certain you are removing this panel prior to ordering a print of this configuration.).  Other options include Vewlix button layout.  Optionally, you can add artwork for the two 24mm "Guide" and "Menu/Back" buttons positioned to the side of the Atrox.

     Note: This product is not compatible with the Razer Panthera for Sony PS4™.

    Install Notes

    Plexworks Atrox Install Process - Step 1 Plexworks Atrox Install Step 2
    The Razer Atrox has a much simpler, user-friendly approach to customization than the more recent PS4 iteration, the Panthera.  The Atrox features replaceable paper artwork under a removable panel, held together by a screw and nut combination. 

    This means that unless you require a replacement panel, or customized one, you can keep the same panel when you replace artwork. You do not have to buy a new blank panel. 
    The panel is held in place with a unique, low profile screw and nut combination. The nut appears on the top part of the original panel. The screw is underneath it.  Here is a photo of the two pieces.  The nut is at left, and screw at right.
    Plexworks Atrox Install - Step 3

    Open the Atrox by pressing the button with logo on the Fightstick's front panel. The top panel will disconnect from the bottom and swing upwards. Take note of the wiring, as you will need to remove the buttons. Thankfully, a wiring guide is located under the top panel, as shown in the above photo.

    With needle-nose pliers, remove each wire from the button by pinching on the disconnect. You can press onto a small tab on each disconnect to easily remove it from the button microswitch terminals.

    Additionally, remove the black balltop by placing a flathead screwdriver at the base of the joystick lever shaft.  There is a small groove across the shaft that the flathead can fit into. Next, twist the ball counter-clockwise while keeping the screwdriver steady. The shaft always rotates in the direction of the balltop; the screwdriver should allow you to unscrew the balltop without the shaft rotating.

    With the Atrox's internals exposed, you will see 6 small black screws located in the positions highlighted in green in the above photo.  These represent the screws in the screw nut combination.

    Plexworks Atrox Install - Step 4

    To remove each screw from the nuts that holds the panel together, press on the nut's flat surface with your forefinger, and use a mini Phillips head screwdriver on the black screw. Continue for the 5 additional screws, and the plexi panel and artwork will fall out on its own.

    Installing your paper artwork or plexi is now a simple manner of reversing each of the steps.  It helps to tilt forward the top panel towards the Fightstick base when screwing back in, since the panel will fall out if fully swung up and away from the base.

     Options

    You have additional options to personalize your control panel, such as button layout, or removal of control panel or screws (when applicable).  If you are also purchasing a custom or pre-made control panel plexi for this artwork, be sure to match the layout and configurations.

    REMOVING DEFAULT ELEMENTS | CUT BUTTON INSERTS

    Layout Configuration

    Each Fightstick has its own characteristics, with some sharing similar elements, such as the popular Vewlix button layout. We will specify what options are available for each Fightstick. Below are the most common button layout configurations:

    8 Button Vewlix
    First 6 Buttons
    Last 6 Buttons
    7 Button Vewlix
    8 Button Vewlix
    First 6 Buttons
    Last 6 Buttons
    7 Button Vewlix

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    Removing Default Elements 

    Some Fightsticks, such as the popular MadCatz TE, offer additional personalization options by removing default elements such as control panel, start button, or screws.  Cut options are defaulted to their authentic counterpart, displayed as [YES (default)] in the options list.  For example, a MadCatz TE, the default configuration is to have the turbo/guide portion of the control panel cut, so that the control panel can fit properly.  You have the option to select [NO] to prevent cutting these areas.  

    Cut Control Panel? [NO]
    Cut Start Buttons [NO]
    Cut Middle and/or Bottom Screws? [NO]
    Cut Control Panel? [NO]
    Cut Start Button? [NO]
    Cut Middle and/or Bottom Screws? [NO]

    Cut Control Panel? [NO] - If you own a MadCatz TE, and installed a PS360+, you may no longer need the Turbo/Guide area of the control panel, located at top left.  This option allows you to remove the Turbo/Guide portion.  Please note that you MUST remove the actual control panel on the TE by unscrewing it before applying the plexi, or you risk damaging the plexi.  Also, please make certain to select this option if you are also choosing to have artwork printed, or the plexi and artwork won't match.

    Cut Start Button? [NO] - On some joysticks - such as the Qanba Q4 - the start button is directly on the panel.  You can select to have this removed.  You can also select this should you desire a panel similar to the Eightarc Fusion or Synthesis series Fightstick, as the start button is moved elsewhere.  Again, this option is available on specific joysticks.

    Cut Middle and/or Bottom Screws? [NO] - Selecting "no" on this option allows you to remove the middle top and bottom screw holes on specific joysticks, either for a cleaner appearance or to avoid rubbing your wrist against the screw.  Please reconsider this option if you intend to have a full panel etch on your plexi, as etching physically changes portions of the plexi due to heat.  In this case, it is best to leave the screw holes in place in order to keep the panel securely positioned.

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    Cut Button Inserts

    Plexworks Diagram: Button Artwork Cut Size Comparison

    Pushbutton manufacturers such as Sanwa, Seimitsu, Crown and GamerFinger have each produced specific models with a clear or translucent plastic cap and flat plunger.  These are often used to display a graphical insert, allowing you to enhance the button's appearance.  That said, each button manufacturer has designed the artwork cap with a different diameter than their competitors. For example, GamerFinger's artwork cap has a diameter that is slightly larger than Seimitsu or Sanwa.  An insert cut for a Sanwa artwork cap will fit loosely when inserted into the GamerFinger artwork cap.  This is an undesirable result that can produce a white or colored ring around the insert. 

    Now, you can choose the button insert cut to match the pushbutton you intend to use.  This allows the insert to fit snugly within the cap.

    Brands and Model with Artwork Caps


    In some instances, a button brand or model does not have a 24mm equivalent with art cap.  In this case, we will cut to the default size of Sanwa 24mm insert.

    Please note that if you later intend to purchase a different button, you may need to get new button inserts or new artwork. If you are uncertain which button you may choose, Sanwa is chosen by default.

    24 vs 30mm

    When processing orders, a frequent mistake we found among new players is choosing the wrong size for action buttons, such as punch and kick.

    Within the fighting game genre, Japanese arcade buttons commonly consist of two diameter sizes: 24 millimeter and 30 milllimeter (mm). In most configurations, 30mm represents your action button.  These are front facing, appearing most prominent on your Fightstick control panel.  Option button, such as "Start", "Select", or more recently "Option", "Touch", or "Share" are usually 24mm.

    UPDATE: Owners of Neo Geo AES Joysticks will need 24mm pushbuttons instead of 30mm (Thanks SRK's DEZALB)

    Below is a visual representation of a common Fightstick control panel.  Throughout this article, we will mark 24mm in green, and 30mm in Orange.

    Common joystick configuration

    Checking the Proper Size

    button-30mm.pngAnother way that players can misinterpret the pushbutton size is by measuring the pushbutton plunger.  Have a look at the diagram at right.

    The plunger - the part that you press down to represent an input - is 25mm or a bit smaller in most 30mm pushbuttons.  Often this leads to the conclusion that one needs a 24mm button and not 30mm.

    Similarly measuring the button rim can lead to confusion, as it is intentionally larger than the button hole it is placed in.  You don't want to use these measurements.  Instead, review the button housing diameter, or the hole the button will be placed in.  You can do this with a caliper - a digital caliper is often quite helpful for this and other arcade-related projects.

    Control Panel Configuration

    Most Fightsticks from MadCatz, Hori, Qanba, and similar will use these two sizes.  How the buttons are used will depend on the model joystick that you own. Over time, we'll provide example configurations for specific popular Fightstick models and arcade cabinets using the color key for 24mm (green) and 30mm (orange).  We'll also expand the key for future models if another size is introduced, and we offer for sale.

     

    24vs30mm Hitbox Example
    HRAP and Qanba Model Configuration
    MadCatz Model Configuration
    Qanba Q1 and Mayflash/Venom Model Configuration

    Template

    Click here to access and download plexiglass templates (in Photoshop PSD format) for your desired model.  

    Important: Using templates outside of the ones we provide may produce unwanted output.  We are not responsible for output generated from unsupported templates.  More information here.

    Support

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    Click the "Options" tab for a detailed explanation of each laser etch and cut options available to you.  Using a mobile device?  Click here to scroll to the descriptions.

    Warranty and Support for FA Plexworks Custom Order

    Custom orders cannot be returned for refund, or exchanged for another custom order. Orders damaged upon arrival are subject to special terms within our return policy. Please see our FA Plexworks FAQ for more information about our Plexworks return policy and related Q&A.

    If you have not used our Plexworks custom services before, we recommend that you visit our support section for updated information, helpful tips, and resources to get the best output.

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    1. Looks great for good price

      The art look fantastic and fits well, on shipment USPS damaged my product but Focus Attack replaced it almost immediately and I had my new art, undamaged, within a couple days. Would definitely recommend to anyone who wants stick art. on May 21st 2019

    2. Dope

      Just put mine on, sticks look dope man. Thank you focus attack!!!! on Apr 1st 2019

    3. Perfect!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Just finished putting mine on & I wish I could show ya a pic of how my sticks look ( if anyone is interested email drosario250@gmail.com for a pic) they cut the picture exactly how I wanted it to look. I do have to say when you go to order it, you have to upload the pic and you don’t know what you’re getting after that, BUT, they actually have ppl look at what you upload n make the best out of it on Oct 6th 2018

    4. Amazing

      Just what I wanted! Got a custom dragon ball fighterz themed artwork for my razor atrox and it is freaking amazing! Good quality and great company! on Feb 28th 2018

    5. Button cutouts dont match

      Update from FA: Button artwork is sized to fit under the button cap. It is not meant to stick to the cap top, rather rest on the plunger below it. If the button is sized exactly to the cap and it sticks, it is very difficult to remove the artwork.

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      The art is nice vut the Button cutouts dont fit on the sanwa buttons. Im not entirely sure if they should or not but i assumed i could glue them on.
      on Feb 8th 2018

  • Product Videos

    • FA Plexworks Custom Fightstick Artwork Services
      This video explains the many options available to you when cho...

    FA Plexworks Custom Fightstick Artwork Services

    This video explains the many options available to you when choosing custom FA Plexworks services at focusattack.com. We also cover important tips and references for properly uploading artwork when placing an order. Visit https://www.focusattack.com/customize/ to place an order for custom Fightstick artwork, a replacement acrylic top, or even laser etched design on acrylic. For additional information about FA Plexworks, download templates, and additional tips on how to submit artwork, visit our support portal http://bit.ly/fa-plexworks-support Big thanks to Naota for his pro-tier production! ** Artwork pictures are sample illustrations. All printed artwork is submitted by the user, and not sold directly on the website.
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