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Apollo 13 Playfield Scan


By ViriiGuy

3 months ago



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#1 3 months ago

Does anyone have a NOS Apollo 13 playfield that I could pay them to scan? We are working on adding the table to VPX, but need resources.
I have a near mint Apollo 13 at my house, but would like to avoid stripping the playfield down for scanning if I can. So if someone has a NOS or unpopulated playfield laying around, I would happily compensate them to get me an 8K scan of the PF. This can be done in several images, with a flatbed scanner, or taken to a shop with a large format scanner. Either way.

#2 3 months ago

I would also consider buying someone's Playfield.

#3 3 months ago

I know where there is one will follow up with the info!
Regards
Rob

#5 3 months ago
Quoted from ViriiGuy:

Does anyone have a NOS Apollo 13 playfield that I could pay them to scan? We are working on adding the table to VPX, but need resources.
I have a near mint Apollo 13 at my house, but would like to avoid stripping the playfield down for scanning if I can. So if someone has a NOS or unpopulated playfield laying around, I would happily compensate them to get me an 8K scan of the PF. This can be done in several images, with a flatbed scanner, or taken to a shop with a large format scanner. Either way.

You should also contact pinballgifts.com and ask them if they have any interest in making a hardtop. Gotta keep these things alive!

#6 3 months ago

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#7 3 months ago

I have a NOS prototype playfield that looks like this one. I’ve called around asking for someplace that has a large format scanner locally and came up empty, though. I’d like to have the Flash that Kruzman finished for me scanned before repopulating it one of these days.

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#8 3 months ago

PBall, Most of your higher end print shops should have one. In some towns, even the Kinko's have these scanners. Worst case, you can use a small flatbed scanner, set it to 8000dpi and scan it in overlapping sections.

That prototype PF would be a sweet option to have. It looks like I have found a NOS PF in Chicago, to have scanned. If that falls thru, I will keep pushing.

2 months later
#9 15 days ago

hello everyone I'm looking for a scan of panel speaker because I have to redo mine someone would he or could he do it to me?

thank you

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