PS2 All in One Holder Thingy ( NOT FOR USE WITH PS2 SLIM)

Introduction: PS2 All in One Holder Thingy ( NOT FOR USE WITH PS2 SLIM)

About: I like Knex and Music and Minecraft. So that's all I do.

Welcome to my 6th Instructable! If you are thinking of building this, then like me you have a chunky PS2. Credit goes to whitestorm1000 for the controller stand which is available at this adress: 

This is for those of you who have loads of PS2 games and they're lying about all over the place and you can't go 2 feet without standing on one, then this is for you. Also it keeps your controllers together so they don't get lost. And now here it is. Enjoy!

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Step 1: Parts List


Gray/Orange - 6 (Basic)
Red - 11
Yellow - 12 (Basic)
Blue - 14
White - 14
Green - 3 (Basic)


Green 4 Way - 10
Purple Slot - 26 (Basic)
Blue Slot - 10 (Basic)
Red Corner - 6
Orange 2 Way - 2
White/Black 8 Way - 2

Other Parts

Y Clips - 12
Silver Spacers - 16
Blue Spacers - 8

Step 2: Main Box

Here Is the Main Box.

1. This is 2 White Rods Taped Together.
2. Make 4 In Total.
3. Make This.
4. Another Veiw
5. Make This.
6. And This.
7. Make Sure These Are Like This. Also On The Other Side Do The Same.
8. Get Them Together.
9. Put The Remaining Two Taped Together Sets On One Side.
10. Attach.
11. Get These
12. Attach.
13. Make Sure These Are On This Side.

Step 3: Controller Stand

This Is Whitestorm1000's PS3 Controller Stand But Has Been Modified Slightly For This Build.

1. Make This.
2. Make This.
3. Attach.
4. Make This.
5. Attach.
6. Make These.
7. Attach.
8. Make This.
9. Another View.
10. And...
11. Attach!
12-13. More Views.
14. Now make Another One But With The Blue Connector On The Other Side.
15. Get These.
16. Attach The Two Stands Together.
17. A Close-up  

Step 4: The Games Holder

Remember In The Parts list When I Put (Basic)? Well This Is Where It Comes In. It Meant The Basic Amount Of Pieces Needed To Build The Thing And One Games Holder Slot. Each Slot Holds 2 Games. I Have 16 Games So I Needed 8 Slots. Just Build Yours To However Many You Need.

1. Make This. This Is The first One So It Doesn't have All The Corners Filled.
2. This Is What All The Others Will Look Like. Make As Many As You Need.
3-5. My 8-Slot Box.

Step 5: Assembly + Fitting the PS2

The Final Step.

1. Attach
2. Close Up. The Small Black Rod Is To Support The Games.
3. Attach
4. Attached
5. Close Up.
6. Gently Slide The PS2 In So It Is Supported Front And Back On The White Rods.

Step 6: Done!

That Wasn't To Hard, Was It? Please Comment! If You Have Any Questions Just Comment Them Below!!

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    8 Discussions

    DJ Radio
    DJ Radio

    8 years ago on Introduction

    This looks very skimpy. It's almost like you just put rods and connectors around your PS2 and games and it doesn't actually hold it down. Also you might want to consider doing it for a newer console, not many people will build this because not many people still use a chunky PS2.


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    well maybe some people can't afford these new consoles because we have taxes to pay.

    DJ Radio
    DJ Radio

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    You're a kid (and if you aren't it's very likely, since you're playing with knex), you aren't paying taxes yet lol.


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Just because someone uses an older console, doesn't mean there isn't an audience. I still use my PS2 (fat) since my PS3 isn't backwards compatible. Also, I use Knex as my material, and I also PAY TAXES! What do you say about that?

    I hate people like you...

    BTW, I love the idea bosniaguy it looks like a simple way of keeping organized. Keep it up.


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    um this is a late response but also the fatty ps2 was a lot better and more durable


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Well, Mr DJ Radio, he made this for personal use, and to his specs. maybe to him, it doesn't have to be strong, and you don't have to complain about the ps2 slim, quit being lazy, get off your butt, and devise something that will work with the ps2 slim, and post away. and on the strength issue, once again, make a solution to the strength problem, and once again, post away.

    If you aren't part of the solution, you are part of the problem

    Not being mean or anything, its just that you are kind of being inconsiderate of his situation, and maybe his is designed to suit his needs. you may have different needs, and if you do, make something up and post it. You're solving the problem and not causing a ruckus.

    "the only thing we have to fear is fear itself"