Introduction: OpenSimPedals - DIY 3D Printed Sim Racing Pedals With Loadcells

OpenSimPedals are built for DIY sim racing.

Goals are :

  • 100% 3d printed
  • 3 pedals optional : clutch, brake, throotle
  • LoadCell pressure sensor
  • Arduino
  • Oled & buttons for autonomous configuration : deadzone/range by pedal
  • Heavy forces : 70kg for the brake
  • PCB or breadboard build
  • Shared : STL + source code + PCB
  • Vibration motor holder
  • USB and PC joystick emulation

Printing guide :

SourceCode & Electronic :


Coming soon

Step 1: LoadCell and Push Part

Use 2 screws, and add bearings.

Step 2: Arm Assembly

Screw the footprint.

Screw the vibrator motor holder.

Add bearings.

Use M8 screw / bolt to fix ball join (or alternative).

Step 3: Prepare Bases

Insert holder.

Insert bolt.

Step 4: Fix the Arm on Bases.

Follow the picture order.

Step 5: Prepare the Spring Shaft

Follow the item order.

Step 6: Assembly Spring Axe and Loadcell

First fix the axe on the arm.

Screw the loadcell.

Step 7: Fix the Loadcell Holder

Follow the order on the picture.

Push item is in the rear direction.

Step 8: Screw the Pedal Tilt Setter.

Screw like on the bottom left.