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GRAM Digital Controllers



Regular price $30.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $30.00 USD
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Want to build your own GRAM, but don't want to order 5 PCBs and wait weeks to start? Here's your chance!

With this PCB and the printable/cuttable files found here, you can build your own GRAM Slim with no soldering required. Feel free to join the open source community in our Discord to ask any questions and show off your custom designs!

⚡ Specifications:

  • *color of PCB may vary!
  • Integrated RP2040 circuit
  • USB-C with C-to-C Protection Circuit
  • Pre-soldered PG1350 hotswap sockets (No soldering required!)
  • Activation LED
  • Full electrical testing
  • Compatible pinout with major open source firmwares

Designed by @Quark_Works & GRAM

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A Note for Our International + Canadian Friends: Our system auto-calculates VAT and duties at checkout. However, if duties aren't paid then, additional fees may apply upon arrival. Recipient takes full responsibility.

Made with ♥ in Dallas by  @BRUISESXO + @Grammy_Money

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are these tournament legal?

Since all GRAM Digital Controllers run on open source, community-reviewed firmware, they are held in the same legality as almost all other digital controllers. There are no duplicate buttons, so even the WASD remap is legal under standard rulesets.

How long does it take to receive my GRAM?

We don't list anything on our online store that isn't in stock, ready to ship. No pre-orders, no waiting lists, no estimated delivery times. We just need a day or two for packing and shipping, and if you're in the US, you could have your GRAM in as little as 2-3 days.

For international orders, please reach out to for customs information.

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What do I do if something goes wrong with my GRAM?

If you have any operational issues at any time, join the GRAM Discord and open a ticket in #support-tickets. Additionally, all firmware and legacy GRAM hardware is open source, meaning that repairs and modifications, both hardware and software, are completely accessible.