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  • #198356
    HuntersTalon
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    @hunterstalon

    I finally made the dive, I’ve been saving spare parts for about 5-6 years and I happened to have a lot of free time on my hands, because I probably wont be traveling anytime soon! Enjoy some photos of the build! Thanks to all of the people that create guides, tables, videos and more because I COULDN’T of done this without you!

     

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    Pinball FX3 Spiderman, probably my favorite table they have released.

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    Doesnt run well on a Steam link, but it was just a test til I finished building the PC

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    Temporary til the flipper switches are in, figuring out how to get backglasses to work

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    Plunger and flippers are in, PinUp running, got some Philips Hue lightstrips on clearance as undercab lighting

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    Hoping to finish the backbox and stain the wood in the upcoming months, but right now I am just enjoying the content that this community is creating. THANK YOU!

    #198361
    HuntersTalon
    Participant
    @hunterstalon

    PS. The Philips Hue Sync software works really well for the cab! I haven’t had much luck on the DOF code to work with it yet, but I haven’t given up

    #198370
    Tom
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    @armyaviation
    MemberContributor

    Love to see a cab build come together.  It  makes me sad because I miss the thrill of building my own

    #198408
    HuntersTalon
    Participant
    @hunterstalon

    I have NO CLUE what I am doing, so thanks for all of the guides. I can’t wait to get some lighting and feedback devices. The wiring scares me a bit, but I’ll take my time with it.

    #198427
    Mike DA Spike
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    @mikedaspike
    Member

    For wiring take the time. Its not that difficult,  if you made a scheme of the wiring what you want to accomplish.

    First determ what you want to wire and use different colors of wires. Start for example with buttons and finish that.

    Than do the next. The lights in the buttons for example.

    After that do your toys. That was my approach, and I didn’t get in a spaghetti wire mess.

    I hope you have a lot of wires length ordered !

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