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  • Which size drill bit for Happs Buttons? - Arcade Controls

    2021-8-31u2002·u2002Re: Which size drill bit for Happs Buttons? « Reply #4 on: February 24, 2008, 07:34:34 pm » Better yet, look at Happ Controls button page which specifies the hole size...

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  • What size hole to drill for buttons ... - Arcade Controls

    2021-9-14u2002·u2002I got the X-arcade BYOAC buttons, sticks and board and can't find what size holes to drill. The buttons look like they would fit very snugly in a 1 1/8 inch hole. However, it could be a 1 1/4 inch hole. I'm also unsure of what size hole to drill for the joystick.

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  • Size drill bit for button holes?

    2008-5-10u2002·u2002Actual hole size is a smidge smaller than 1-1/8. Home Depot sells a punch unit complete with the draw stud. All electric supply houses also carry these. They ain't cheap. You should also consider a Unibit (aka Vari-Bit) to drill the pilot hole. Also, I chuck Vari-bits in a strong 1/2 corded drill and drill out locks in less than 15 seconds.

    Get Price
  • Drill size for buttons - Aussie Arcade

    2008-3-22u2002·u2002Im going to drill a few holes for firing buttons in my control panel. Do all firing buttons use the same diameter or are there a few standard button hole sizes for arcade control panels ? What about other buttons ? Do they use different holes as well ? I know its a dumb ass questions - but I want...

    Get Price
  • Drill bit for buttons - Arcade Controls

    2017-1-27u2002·u200225.4 mm per inch. need a 1.13 inch mounting hole per Happ's site. equates to a 28.7 mm hole needed. The bezel on the button is 1.3 inches (33 mm) so a 32 mm drill bit only leaves 1 mm to support the button. I would search for a store with a better selection or order the inch version. -wj2k3.

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  • Re: drill bit size for button - Arcade Controls

    2000-1-18u2002·u2002Posted by TwistyGrip on November 03, 1999 at 21:01:04:. In Reply to: drill bit size for button posted by john mac on November 03, 1999 at 18:36:30: You need 1-1/8' bit, but a bit that big it costs $50 and won't fit in a handheld drill. Even a drill press would need a Jabcob's superchuck.

    Get Price
  • Drill bit size for pushbutton and joystick holes?

    2021-6-20u2002·u2002Spade bits on the other hand work great on both Plexi and MDF and are cheap. For american buttons you want a 1-1/8' drill bit. If for some reason you wanted to use Japanese style buttons you would want a 1-3/16' bit for 30mm sanwa buttons and a 15/16' bit for the 24mm sanwa start buttons. You can find all 3 sizes of spade bits here.

    Get Price
  • Which drill bit should I use for button holes?

    2014-10-7u2002·u2002The best way to drill button holes is to drill the MDF- standard spade bit, forstner bit, etc. Then use a router with a flush trim bit for the plexi. The size is 1 1/8 inches and it really doesn't matter what method you use to drill the MDF- it's super easy to work with.

    Get Price
  • Bits for drilling button holes. - forum.arcadecontrols.com

    2017-11-4u2002·u2002Bits for drilling button holes. For cutting/drilling standard Happ & Sanwa button holes in a control panel, the measurement is 1 3/16's right. So I go into Home Depot and Lowes and look at all their drill bits and whatnot.

    Get Price
  • Best drill bit for button holes - forum.arcadecontrols.com

    2017-12-21u2002·u2002Re: Best drill bit for button holes. Another option would be to make a single hole in a scrap piece of wood/plexi. Then use a router to copy that hole onto the CP, once for each button. The benefit of this is that you can precisely position the template hole …

    Get Price
  • Which size drill bit for Happs Buttons? - Arcade Controls

    2021-8-31u2002·u2002Re: Which size drill bit for Happs Buttons? « Reply #4 on: February 24, 2008, 07:34:34 pm » Better yet, look at Happ Controls button page which specifies the hole size...

    Get Price
  • What size hole to drill for buttons ... - Arcade Controls

    2021-9-14u2002·u2002I got the X-arcade BYOAC buttons, sticks and board and can't find what size holes to drill. The buttons look like they would fit very snugly in a 1 1/8 inch hole. However, it could be a 1 1/4 inch hole. I'm also unsure of what size hole to drill for the joystick.

    Get Price
  • Size drill bit for button holes?

    2008-5-10u2002·u2002Actual hole size is a smidge smaller than 1-1/8. Home Depot sells a punch unit complete with the draw stud. All electric supply houses also carry these. They ain't cheap. You should also consider a Unibit (aka Vari-Bit) to drill the pilot hole. Also, I chuck Vari-bits in a strong 1/2 corded drill and drill out locks in less than 15 seconds.

    Get Price
  • Drill size for buttons - Aussie Arcade

    2008-3-22u2002·u2002Im going to drill a few holes for firing buttons in my control panel. Do all firing buttons use the same diameter or are there a few standard button hole sizes for arcade control panels ? What about other buttons ? Do they use different holes as well ? I know its a dumb ass questions - but I want...

    Get Price
  • Drill bit for buttons - Arcade Controls

    2017-1-27u2002·u200225.4 mm per inch. need a 1.13 inch mounting hole per Happ's site. equates to a 28.7 mm hole needed. The bezel on the button is 1.3 inches (33 mm) so a 32 mm drill bit only leaves 1 mm to support the button. I would search for a store with a better selection or order the inch version. -wj2k3.

    Get Price
  • Re: drill bit size for button - Arcade Controls

    2000-1-18u2002·u2002Posted by TwistyGrip on November 03, 1999 at 21:01:04:. In Reply to: drill bit size for button posted by john mac on November 03, 1999 at 18:36:30: You need 1-1/8' bit, but a bit that big it costs $50 and won't fit in a handheld drill. Even a drill press would need a Jabcob's superchuck.

    Get Price
  • Drill bit size for pushbutton and joystick holes?

    2021-6-20u2002·u2002Spade bits on the other hand work great on both Plexi and MDF and are cheap. For american buttons you want a 1-1/8' drill bit. If for some reason you wanted to use Japanese style buttons you would want a 1-3/16' bit for 30mm sanwa buttons and a 15/16' bit for the 24mm sanwa start buttons. You can find all 3 sizes of spade bits here.

    Get Price
  • Which drill bit should I use for button holes?

    2014-10-7u2002·u2002The best way to drill button holes is to drill the MDF- standard spade bit, forstner bit, etc. Then use a router with a flush trim bit for the plexi. The size is 1 1/8 inches and it really doesn't matter what method you use to drill the MDF- it's super easy to work with.

    Get Price
  • Bits for drilling button holes. - forum.arcadecontrols.com

    2017-11-4u2002·u2002Bits for drilling button holes. For cutting/drilling standard Happ & Sanwa button holes in a control panel, the measurement is 1 3/16's right. So I go into Home Depot and Lowes and look at all their drill bits and whatnot.

    Get Price
  • Best drill bit for button holes - forum.arcadecontrols.com

    2017-12-21u2002·u2002Re: Best drill bit for button holes. Another option would be to make a single hole in a scrap piece of wood/plexi. Then use a router to copy that hole onto the CP, once for each button. The benefit of this is that you can precisely position the template hole …

    Get Price
  • Which size drill bit for Happs Buttons? - Arcade Controls

    2021-8-31u2002·u2002Re: Which size drill bit for Happs Buttons? « Reply #4 on: February 24, 2008, 07:34:34 pm » Better yet, look at Happ Controls button page which specifies the hole size...

    Get Price
  • What size hole to drill for buttons ... - Arcade Controls

    2021-9-14u2002·u2002I got the X-arcade BYOAC buttons, sticks and board and can't find what size holes to drill. The buttons look like they would fit very snugly in a 1 1/8 inch hole. However, it could be a 1 1/4 inch hole. I'm also unsure of what size hole to drill for the joystick.

    Get Price
  • Size drill bit for button holes?

    2008-5-10u2002·u2002Actual hole size is a smidge smaller than 1-1/8. Home Depot sells a punch unit complete with the draw stud. All electric supply houses also carry these. They ain't cheap. You should also consider a Unibit (aka Vari-Bit) to drill the pilot hole. Also, I chuck Vari-bits in a strong 1/2 corded drill and drill out locks in less than 15 seconds.

    Get Price
  • Drill size for buttons - Aussie Arcade

    2008-3-22u2002·u2002Im going to drill a few holes for firing buttons in my control panel. Do all firing buttons use the same diameter or are there a few standard button hole sizes for arcade control panels ? What about other buttons ? Do they use different holes as well ? I know its a dumb ass questions - …

    Get Price
  • Drill bit for buttons - Arcade Controls

    2017-1-27u2002·u200225.4 mm per inch. need a 1.13 inch mounting hole per Happ's site. equates to a 28.7 mm hole needed. The bezel on the button is 1.3 inches (33 mm) so a 32 mm drill bit only leaves 1 mm to support the button. I would search for a store with a better selection or order the inch version. -wj2k3.

    Get Price
  • Re: drill bit size for button - Arcade Controls

    2000-1-18u2002·u2002Posted by TwistyGrip on November 03, 1999 at 21:01:04:. In Reply to: drill bit size for button posted by john mac on November 03, 1999 at 18:36:30: You need 1-1/8' bit, but a bit that big it costs $50 and won't fit in a handheld drill. Even a drill …

    Get Price
  • Drill bit size for pushbutton and joystick holes?

    2021-6-20u2002·u2002Spade bits on the other hand work great on both Plexi and MDF and are cheap. For american buttons you want a 1-1/8' drill bit. If for some reason you wanted to use Japanese style buttons you would want a 1-3/16' bit for 30mm sanwa buttons and a 15/16' bit for the 24mm sanwa start buttons. You can find all 3 sizes of spade bits here.

    Get Price
  • Which drill bit should I use for button holes?

    2014-10-7u2002·u2002The best way to drill button holes is to drill the MDF- standard spade bit, forstner bit, etc. Then use a router with a flush trim bit for the plexi. The size is 1 1/8 inches and it really doesn't matter what method you use to drill the MDF- it's super easy to work with.

    Get Price
  • Bits for drilling button holes. - forum.arcadecontrols.com

    2017-11-4u2002·u2002Bits for drilling button holes. For cutting/drilling standard Happ & Sanwa button holes in a control panel, the measurement is 1 3/16's right. So I go into Home Depot and Lowes and look at all their drill bits and whatnot.

    Get Price
  • Best drill bit for button holes - forum.arcadecontrols.com

    2017-12-21u2002·u2002Re: Best drill bit for button holes. Another option would be to make a single hole in a scrap piece of wood/plexi. Then use a router to copy that hole onto the CP, once for each button. The benefit of this is that you can precisely position the template hole onto the CP, and that each hole will go straight down.

    Get Price
  • Which size drill bit for Happs Buttons? - Arcade Controls

    2021-8-31u2002·u2002Re: Which size drill bit for Happs Buttons? « Reply #4 on: February 24, 2008, 07:34:34 pm » Better yet, look at Happ Controls button page which specifies the hole size...

    Get Price
  • What size hole to drill for buttons ... - Arcade Controls

    2021-9-14u2002·u2002I got the X-arcade BYOAC buttons, sticks and board and can't find what size holes to drill. The buttons look like they would fit very snugly in a 1 1/8 inch hole. However, it could be a 1 1/4 inch hole. I'm also unsure of what size hole to drill for the joystick.

    Get Price
  • Size drill bit for button holes?

    2008-5-10u2002·u2002Actual hole size is a smidge smaller than 1-1/8. Home Depot sells a punch unit complete with the draw stud. All electric supply houses also carry these. They ain't cheap. You should also consider a Unibit (aka Vari-Bit) to drill the pilot hole. Also, I chuck Vari-bits in a strong 1/2 corded drill and drill out locks in less than 15 seconds.

    Get Price
  • Drill size for buttons - Aussie Arcade

    2008-3-22u2002·u2002Im going to drill a few holes for firing buttons in my control panel. Do all firing buttons use the same diameter or are there a few standard button hole sizes for arcade control panels ? What about other buttons ? Do they use different holes as well ? I know its a dumb ass questions - but I want...

    Get Price
  • Drill bit for buttons - Arcade Controls

    2017-1-27u2002·u200225.4 mm per inch. need a 1.13 inch mounting hole per Happ's site. equates to a 28.7 mm hole needed. The bezel on the button is 1.3 inches (33 mm) so a 32 mm drill bit only leaves 1 mm to support the button. I would search for a store with a better selection or order the inch version. -wj2k3.

    Get Price
  • Re: drill bit size for button - Arcade Controls

    2000-1-18u2002·u2002Posted by TwistyGrip on November 03, 1999 at 21:01:04:. In Reply to: drill bit size for button posted by john mac on November 03, 1999 at 18:36:30: You need 1-1/8' bit, but a bit that big it costs $50 and won't fit in a handheld drill. Even a drill press would need a Jabcob's superchuck.

    Get Price
  • Drill bit size for pushbutton and joystick holes?

    2021-6-20u2002·u2002Spade bits on the other hand work great on both Plexi and MDF and are cheap. For american buttons you want a 1-1/8' drill bit. If for some reason you wanted to use Japanese style buttons you would want a 1-3/16' bit for 30mm sanwa buttons and a 15/16' bit for the 24mm sanwa start buttons. You can find all 3 sizes of spade bits here.

    Get Price
  • Which drill bit should I use for button holes?

    2014-10-7u2002·u2002The best way to drill button holes is to drill the MDF- standard spade bit, forstner bit, etc. Then use a router with a flush trim bit for the plexi. The size is 1 1/8 inches and it really doesn't matter what method you use to drill the MDF- it's super easy to work with.

    Get Price
  • Bits for drilling button holes. - forum.arcadecontrols.com

    2017-11-4u2002·u2002Bits for drilling button holes. For cutting/drilling standard Happ & Sanwa button holes in a control panel, the measurement is 1 3/16's right. So I go into Home Depot and Lowes and look at all their drill bits and whatnot.

    Get Price
  • Best drill bit for button holes - forum.arcadecontrols.com

    2017-12-21u2002·u2002Re: Best drill bit for button holes. Another option would be to make a single hole in a scrap piece of wood/plexi. Then use a router to copy that hole onto the CP, once for each button. The benefit of this is that you can precisely position the template hole …

    Get Price
  • Which size drill bit for Happs Buttons? - Arcade Controls

    2021-8-31u2002·u2002Re: Which size drill bit for Happs Buttons? « Reply #4 on: February 24, 2008, 07:34:34 pm » Better yet, look at Happ Controls button page which specifies the hole size...

    Get Price
  • What size hole to drill for buttons ... - Arcade Controls

    2021-9-14u2002·u2002I got the X-arcade BYOAC buttons, sticks and board and can't find what size holes to drill. The buttons look like they would fit very snugly in a 1 1/8 inch hole. However, it could be a 1 1/4 inch hole. I'm also unsure of what size hole to drill for the joystick.

    Get Price
  • Size drill bit for button holes?

    2008-5-10u2002·u2002Actual hole size is a smidge smaller than 1-1/8. Home Depot sells a punch unit complete with the draw stud. All electric supply houses also carry these. They ain't cheap. You should also consider a Unibit (aka Vari-Bit) to drill the pilot hole. Also, I chuck Vari-bits in a strong 1/2 corded drill and drill out locks in less than 15 seconds.

    Get Price
  • Drill size for buttons - Aussie Arcade

    2008-3-22u2002·u2002Im going to drill a few holes for firing buttons in my control panel. Do all firing buttons use the same diameter or are there a few standard button hole sizes for arcade control panels ? What about other buttons ? Do they use different holes as well ? I know its a dumb ass questions - …

    Get Price
  • Drill bit for buttons - Arcade Controls

    2017-1-27u2002·u200225.4 mm per inch. need a 1.13 inch mounting hole per Happ's site. equates to a 28.7 mm hole needed. The bezel on the button is 1.3 inches (33 mm) so a 32 mm drill bit only leaves 1 mm to support the button. I would search for a store with a better selection or order the inch version. -wj2k3.

    Get Price
  • Re: drill bit size for button - Arcade Controls

    2000-1-18u2002·u2002Posted by TwistyGrip on November 03, 1999 at 21:01:04:. In Reply to: drill bit size for button posted by john mac on November 03, 1999 at 18:36:30: You need 1-1/8' bit, but a bit that big it costs $50 and won't fit in a handheld drill. Even a drill …

    Get Price
  • Drill bit size for pushbutton and joystick holes?

    2021-6-20u2002·u2002Spade bits on the other hand work great on both Plexi and MDF and are cheap. For american buttons you want a 1-1/8' drill bit. If for some reason you wanted to use Japanese style buttons you would want a 1-3/16' bit for 30mm sanwa buttons and a 15/16' bit for the 24mm sanwa start buttons. You can find all 3 sizes of spade bits here.

    Get Price
  • Which drill bit should I use for button holes?

    2014-10-7u2002·u2002The best way to drill button holes is to drill the MDF- standard spade bit, forstner bit, etc. Then use a router with a flush trim bit for the plexi. The size is 1 1/8 inches and it really doesn't matter what method you use to drill the MDF- it's super easy to work with.

    Get Price
  • Bits for drilling button holes. - forum.arcadecontrols.com

    2017-11-4u2002·u2002Bits for drilling button holes. For cutting/drilling standard Happ & Sanwa button holes in a control panel, the measurement is 1 3/16's right. So I go into Home Depot and Lowes and look at all their drill bits and whatnot.

    Get Price
  • Best drill bit for button holes - forum.arcadecontrols.com

    2017-12-21u2002·u2002Re: Best drill bit for button holes. Another option would be to make a single hole in a scrap piece of wood/plexi. Then use a router to copy that hole onto the CP, once for each button. The benefit of this is that you can precisely position the template hole onto the CP, and that each hole will go straight down.

    Get Price
  • Which size drill bit for Happs Buttons? - Arcade Controls

    2021-8-31u2002·u2002Re: Which size drill bit for Happs Buttons? « Reply #4 on: February 24, 2008, 07:34:34 pm » Better yet, look at Happ Controls button page which specifies the hole size...

    Get Price
  • What size hole to drill for buttons ... - Arcade Controls

    2021-9-14u2002·u2002I got the X-arcade BYOAC buttons, sticks and board and can't find what size holes to drill. The buttons look like they would fit very snugly in a 1 1/8 inch hole. However, it could be a 1 1/4 inch hole. I'm also unsure of what size hole to drill for the joystick.

    Get Price
  • Size drill bit for button holes?

    2008-5-10u2002·u2002Actual hole size is a smidge smaller than 1-1/8. Home Depot sells a punch unit complete with the draw stud. All electric supply houses also carry these. They ain't cheap. You should also consider a Unibit (aka Vari-Bit) to drill the pilot hole. Also, I chuck Vari-bits in a strong 1/2 corded drill and drill out locks in less than 15 seconds.

    Get Price
  • Drill size for buttons - Aussie Arcade

    2008-3-22u2002·u2002Im going to drill a few holes for firing buttons in my control panel. Do all firing buttons use the same diameter or are there a few standard button hole sizes for arcade control panels ? What about other buttons ? Do they use different holes as well ? I know its a dumb ass questions - but I want...

    Get Price
  • Drill bit for buttons - Arcade Controls

    2017-1-27u2002·u200225.4 mm per inch. need a 1.13 inch mounting hole per Happ's site. equates to a 28.7 mm hole needed. The bezel on the button is 1.3 inches (33 mm) so a 32 mm drill bit only leaves 1 mm to support the button. I would search for a store with a better selection or order the inch version. -wj2k3.

    Get Price
  • Re: drill bit size for button - Arcade Controls

    2000-1-18u2002·u2002Posted by TwistyGrip on November 03, 1999 at 21:01:04:. In Reply to: drill bit size for button posted by john mac on November 03, 1999 at 18:36:30: You need 1-1/8' bit, but a bit that big it costs $50 and won't fit in a handheld drill. Even a drill press would need a Jabcob's superchuck.

    Get Price
  • Drill bit size for pushbutton and joystick holes?

    2021-6-20u2002·u2002Spade bits on the other hand work great on both Plexi and MDF and are cheap. For american buttons you want a 1-1/8' drill bit. If for some reason you wanted to use Japanese style buttons you would want a 1-3/16' bit for 30mm sanwa buttons and a 15/16' bit for the 24mm sanwa start buttons. You can find all 3 sizes of spade bits here.

    Get Price
  • Which drill bit should I use for button holes?

    2014-10-7u2002·u2002The best way to drill button holes is to drill the MDF- standard spade bit, forstner bit, etc. Then use a router with a flush trim bit for the plexi. The size is 1 1/8 inches and it really doesn't matter what method you use to drill the MDF- it's super easy to work with.

    Get Price
  • Bits for drilling button holes. - forum.arcadecontrols.com

    2017-11-4u2002·u2002Bits for drilling button holes. For cutting/drilling standard Happ & Sanwa button holes in a control panel, the measurement is 1 3/16's right. So I go into Home Depot and Lowes and look at all their drill bits and whatnot.

    Get Price
  • Best drill bit for button holes - forum.arcadecontrols.com

    2017-12-21u2002·u2002Re: Best drill bit for button holes. Another option would be to make a single hole in a scrap piece of wood/plexi. Then use a router to copy that hole onto the CP, once for each button. The benefit of this is that you can precisely position the template hole …

    Get Price