So I have one of Mike Doyle's Multi-Pac 96 in one kits, but I wanted a way to mount it to the board rather than have the satellite board mount somewhere in the cabinet. This is because I typically store boards like this and run them in a JAMMA set up. I also added the appropriate holes so that a stock this Pac-Man board can be mounted as well, giving the ability to have an all in one solution, and a way to mount the stock Ms Pac-Man auxiliary board
Printed in two parts because of its size, and bolted together with 6-32 bolts. The PC boards be at a stock midway board, aThe PC boards be at a stock midway board, or the Mike doll add on the kit, gets mounted with 4-40 bolts
The slots on the side of the frame snugly hug the midway PC board allowing it to stay in place without hardware. Printed in PCB board Green😀
Clean out the track of any slop
Bolt 2 half’s together using the 6-32 x 5/8 bolts. Use 4-40 X 1/4 to secure the Aux or kit PCB.
This design, as well as previous designs, was done in Autodesk’s free 123D design. This is now an abandoned piece of software, that I am still very proficient in. You can download its last revision (2.2.14) here, but understand that the online cloud storage option no longer works.
The .123dx file may contain sketches, solids, or both needed to render the final STL. and is included to ease part modification for your purpose.