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     randr 
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    1B9396E9-D5F9-4DFD-A570-C74FD126DE91

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    Huge shot out to @rysr I got a stick today in the mail.

    Thank you!!

     

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    #94116
     TerryRed 
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    1B9396E9-D5F9-4DFD-A570-C74FD126DE91Huge shot out to @rysr I got a stick today in the mail.

    Thank you!!

    Not sure if you need more…but what about these?

    https://arcadefixit.com/product.sc?productId=840

    #94118
     randr 
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    I purchased some from that place 3 months ago! Nothing! No email no way to contact them. But I paid for 2!

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    #94119
     TerryRed 
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    I purchased some from that place 3 months ago! Nothing! No email no way to contact them. But I paid for 2!

    That sucks…you would think some place would have repo parts… marco,etc?

    #94155
     CarnyPriest 
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    They do have a phone number.

    #94160
     randr 
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    @aldiode

    if the ball gets on front side of bar does it hit glass and fall back to playfield OR on my build it sits on bar glass side so i need to bump machine to get it back on bar/playfield side. I think i may have not accounted for felt thickness between wood and glass and i have 1/8″ to much space between glass and bar. thoughts?

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    #94161
     ALDiode 
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    @randr

    The ball should not cross the mid point of the bar. Perhaps a little adjustment to the front leg levelers for a slight tilt of the cabinet to the rear will keep that from happening to you? I have had to do the same to keep the ball leaning against the playfield.

    AL


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    #94162
     randr 
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    @aldiode yes that would solve it for sure. only happened once on steep rod tilting but figured my glass might be just a bit to far away. leaning back would totally fix it. or removing about 1/8′ thickness on wood slats that the felt is tacked to

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    #94597
     randr 
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    Joystick shafts installed so basically working. My son in-law playing and he is very good at it. Cannot imagine playing without proper joystick and leaf  switches as game requires a slight touch for sure!

    anyways here is my “vertical” video.. sorry

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    #94598
     BorgDog 
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    sweet!  me thinks he’s played before  :good:

    #94599
     randr 
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    All afternoon! But is his first time today. Honestly I don’t even want to play the thing after building it  :wacko: so I’m glad he is having a good time

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    #94601
     Thalamus 
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    Very nice game and gameplay !


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    #94610
     TerryRed 
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    All afternoon! But is his first time today. Honestly I don’t even want to play the thing after building it :wacko: so I’m glad he is having a good time

    I was like that with almost every project! When I first built my simpit…i powered through that in a bit over 1 week. I was so sore, that I didnt play it for 2 weeks afterward. Now the 12 tranducers in it offer both massage and dislocation.. :)

     

    Fantastic stuff seeing this get to an end result. Take some rest…and come back to it when all the tools and pieces are gone, and you can simply enjoy it.


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    #94613
     robwaade 
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    looks awesome :yahoo:


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    #94615
     The Loafer 
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    That was an amazing demonstration of how to play this game, he’s good!  This also really reflects the fantastic job you’ve done Jason, wow!


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    #94693
     bjschneider93 
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    Really cool


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    #98456
     luquio2008 
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    You can share your project?

    Or the image to be able to print and make the holes?

    I would need if possible the design of the playing field please.

    thank you very much!

    • This reply was modified 23 hours, 20 minutes ago by  luquio2008.
    #98464
     randr 
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    The cnc file I have not made available. Or the graphics! Someone already got a hold of my graphic image and is selling it so I don’t think I’ll be offering it any time soon  sorry

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    #98478
     arconovum 
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    Had not seen the August 5th video.. that is really… like really impressive. I’m just shaking my head at your expertise/talent.


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    #98480
     randr 
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    Yes turned out great. Only have one finished. Still need to finish other 2

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