(Topic ID: 183968)

Allied/Fascination Cocktail Pin Drop Targets

By mack505

4 years ago



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#1 4 years ago

Hi all,

I got my first cocktail pin, Allied's Roy Clark The Entertainer, and I had a broken target. Couldn't find any for sale anywhere, so I am working on reproducing some.

It looks like these same targets were used on the following machines, maybe others:
fascination circa 1933
fascination eros one
allied leisure flame of athens
allied leisure star shooter
allied lesiure take five
allied leisure the entertainer

Let me know if you are looking for any. Not sure what the cost will be yet, but not a money making operation, just a print/design cost cover. Let me know. Thanks.

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#2 4 years ago

flippers.com remade them:

https://www.flippers.com/catalog/product_info.php/drop-target-paddle-remade-p-4234

If you're thinking about 3D printing them, note that 3D printed items typically don't seem to handle repeated direct ball strikes too well.

#3 4 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

flippers.com remade them:
https://www.flippers.com/catalog/product_info.php/drop-target-paddle-remade-p-4234
If you're thinking about 3D printing them, note that 3D printed items typically don't seem to handle repeated direct ball strikes too well.

Oh, thanks! Yeah, I was planning to test with with a few different materials, but good to know that is an option.

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#4 4 years ago
Quoted from ForceFlow:

flippers.com remade them:
https://www.flippers.com/catalog/product_info.php/drop-target-paddle-remade-p-4234
If you're thinking about 3D printing them, note that 3D printed items typically don't seem to handle repeated direct ball strikes too well.

They are selling for $24 per target, wow that seems way high. I will sell them for much less, just to offset the design costs, probably $50 for a set of 4.

3 years later
#5 11 months ago

Flippers.com has sold out.
If you are still interested in selling some, I'm interested.
I'm also looking for some of those pins that go through them.

5 months later
#6 6 months ago

I am looking for a set of drop targets. Did you ever make these?

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