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CPR *WAVE FIVE OUT* - PLASTICS & GLASSES Releases


By KevinCPR

1 year ago



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#101 1 year ago
Quoted from NorCalRealtor:

Dude, you have more pins than years.

Double or nothing!

#102 1 year ago
Quoted from vid1900:

99.999999% of Pinside is over 60 and over weight.
Patience will only show them their wife selling their games after the funeral.

I've always wondered if I was the only one that has a list for my wife with the "just get them sold" prices for all my machines in case that were to happen.

Quoted from J85M:

I’d love to see Data East Batman plastics and backglasses along with new playfields, can’t wait to see what things come from this.

Kevin, I don't recall if it was you or STU (think it was STU though) I talked to a couple years ago but my offer is still on the table. I completely understand the hesitation of using someone else artwork but maybe it could at least give a pro a good starting foundation. The only part that I know could use some work to be damn near perfect are the Old and Young Jack inserts. Here is a picture of my artwork printed on a PF that I sanded bare, fixed the shooter lane and few other spots and had direct printed. Panther Pinball is helping with this as a restore option. Bad news is I lost my layered Photoshop files in a HD crash but I still have my merged color and separate white photoshop files with alignment marks.

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#103 1 year ago
Quoted from dung:

Really hate how the community comes across in this thread. CPR announces a list of re-releases and that they will continue to rerelease in a timely fashion. Community complains about quality of old projects and then whines for things to be made. Doesn't anyone on here have at least some level of patience? We are about to see 130 projects come back, why not put a cork in it and be thankful for a change?

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#104 1 year ago

Is there a list of what's going to be possible to purchase?
Cannot find what they have made in the past as to what could be released ?

#105 1 year ago
Quoted from vid1900:

99.999999% of Pinside is over 60 and over weight.
Patience will only show them their wife selling their games after the funeral.

After? More likely "at"?

#106 1 year ago
Quoted from vid1900:

99.999999% of Pinside is over 60 and over weight.
Patience will only show them their wife selling their games after the funeral.

Says you....I'm over 60 and NOT over weight.

#107 1 year ago
Quoted from transprtr4u:

Is there a list of what's going to be possible to purchase?
Cannot find what they have made in the past as to what could be released ?

The photo gallery is good for the last couple of years, unfortunately I don't see a true archive.

http://www.classicplayfields.com/photos.html

#108 1 year ago
Quoted from nerdygrrl:

The photo gallery is good for the last couple of years, unfortunately I don't see a true archive.

Much appreciated !

#109 1 year ago
Quoted from nerdygrrl:

The photo gallery is good for the last couple of years, unfortunately I don't see a true archive.
http://www.classicplayfields.com/photos.html

Wayback machine has stuff back to 2011. Check the snapshots they have for that page every few months and you'll get most everything for the last 6-7 years.

#110 1 year ago

I’ll buy DE Star Wars and LW3 plastics as soon as they go on sale! I know both playfields were in contention, hell I might but those too if the digital printing makes them a bit more affordable.

#111 1 year ago
Quoted from MustangPaul:

Says you....I'm over 60 and NOT over weight.

.000000001%

#112 1 year ago
Quoted from vid1900:

99.999999% of Pinside is over 60 and over weight.
Patience will only show them their wife selling their games after the funeral.

I think the age varies between 40 and 60.

Overweight... Yea that's true.

#113 1 year ago

When I got started about 4 years ago I thought/asumed I'd be dealing with older guys however found the opposite to be true.
Just turned 40 and I'm basically a old timer. 75% of guys I've met in this hobby are born in the 80s.

#114 1 year ago

I am VERY thankful to CPR for doing this upgrade and bringing the people what they want. It can only be great for the hobby and likely good for my business. And yeah, i'll be turning most of the profits right back into my own pinball habit. Works that way!

Shawn

#115 1 year ago
Quoted from cabuford:

I’ll buy DE Star Wars and LW3 plastics as soon as they go on sale! I know both playfields were in contention, hell I might but those too if the digital printing makes them a bit more affordable.

You can buy a set of LW3 from Stu for $290 on his site.

#116 1 year ago

Fathom BG, obv...

#117 1 year ago

Anyone aware if Classic has done the playfield(s) for Banzai Run ?

#119 1 year ago
Quoted from 85vett:

I've always wondered if I was the only one that has a list for my wife with the "just get them sold" prices for all my machines in case that were to happen.

Kevin, I don't recall if it was you or STU (think it was STU though) I talked to a couple years ago but my offer is still on the table. I completely understand the hesitation of using someone else artwork but maybe it could at least give a pro a good starting foundation. The only part that I know could use some work to be damn near perfect are the Old and Young Jack inserts. Here is a picture of my artwork printed on a PF that I sanded bare, fixed the shooter lane and few other spots and had direct printed. Panther Pinball is helping with this as a restore option. Bad news is I lost my layered Photoshop files in a HD crash but I still have my merged color and separate white photoshop files with alignment marks.

Awesome to offer that up Vett especially considering the amount of time and effort you have put into this project.

kevincpr what’s your take on this? Do you have access to original art files? I know quite a few people that would love to be able to get a new DE Batman playfield, including myself.

#120 1 year ago
Quoted from classicgamefan:

Please prioritize the Evel Knievel plastics and backglass reruns. Thanks!

planetary had evel backglasses I think!

#121 1 year ago

This is fantastic news. Another vote for Silverball Mania backglass and plastics please and thanks.

#122 1 year ago
Quoted from vid1900:

99.999999% of Pinside is over 60 and over weight.
Patience will only show them their wife selling their games after the funeral.

Damn....
You've got my number

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#123 1 year ago

** SECOND WAVE ** (Now available in the CPR Store at our web site):

Plastics sets:

BANZAI RUN
EVEL KNIEVEL
FLASH GORDON
GETAWAY
COMET
PLAYBOY (Bally)
HIGH SPEED
BLACK KNIGHT
DataEast STAR WARS
PIN*BOT
FIREPOWER
LETHAL WEAPON 3

Backglasses:

CENTAUR
SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN

KEVIN
Classic Playfield Reproductions
http://www.classicplayfields.com

#124 1 year ago

Hi Kevin

Thank you for bringing all these projects back to life it is great.

With the rerun of getaway plastics will the orange outline be vibrant like originals are? I got a CPR set from a guy last year and the orange was really washed out and almost pastel?

Money in hand ready for Meteor back glass and Firepower and Barracora playfields if the clearing has improved.

#125 1 year ago

Got the Pinbot plastics!! Whoo hoo.... now just need a repro playfield......

#126 1 year ago
Quoted from vid1900:

99.999999% of Pinside is over 60 and over weight.
Patience will only show them their wife selling their games after the funeral.

I recall the survey/poll a few years ago had the average around 38 years of age.

Weight was not surveyed.

#127 1 year ago

Are you planning on doing playfield/plastics deals? Asking specifically for Flash Gordon. Thanks!

also, not sure if it's just me but I cant see the second wave.

#128 1 year ago
Quoted from Phat_Jay:

Did cpr do a alien poker backglass? I know they have the plastics because I bought one

I don't know if CPR did one or had a hand in on this one, but you can get it from PPS. I've got one in my AP and it's beautiful!

http://www.planetarypinball.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=PPS-ALIEN-BK

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#129 1 year ago
Quoted from KevinCPR:

** SECOND WAVE ** (Now available in the CPR Store at our web site):
Plastics sets:
BANZAI RUN
EVEL KNIEVEL
FLASH GORDON
GETAWAY
COMET
PLAYBOY (Bally)
HIGH SPEED
BLACK KNIGHT
DataEast STAR WARS
PIN*BOT
FIREPOWER
LETHAL WEAPON 3
Backglasses:
CENTAUR
SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN
KEVIN
Classic Playfield Reproductions
http://www.classicplayfields.com

Do you have the licenses for Tales From The Crypt, Star Wars, and Lethal Weapon 3?

#130 1 year ago
Quoted from pcprogrammer:

I think the age varies between 40 and 60.
Overweight... Yea that's true.

Ha! Over weight and old.... so tired of the haters about age and weight. I get that at work all the time "your getting old man..." Ha! I'm 37. I just ran a Spartan Race this weekend (I do these OCR races all the time, about 15 a year) and qualified, for the 3rd year in a row, for the OCR World Championship that will be held in London in October. There were 62 countries represented last year. It's like the Olympics. Awesome. OCR is obstacle course racing, not to be confused with American Ninja Warrior. They are typically anywhere from a 5K to 16+ miles. Hell, I did a 8 hour overnight race from Midnight to 8AM a couple months ago in Michigan at a sand and gravel pit. It was a 5 mile course with about 20 obstacles along the way, not to mention the hills and ravines, and you had the 8 hours overnight to see how many laps you could get in. Clocked in 30 miles. I wonder what I could do at a marathon?

I'm also one of the top members at my Crossfit gym.

We are not all old and overweight.

#131 1 year ago

I would be in for a Black Knight backglass

#132 1 year ago

kevincpr do you have a preferring way for people to request reproductions? If not, I could build you a simple request app that lets you review the requests by count. Let me know either way.

#133 1 year ago
Quoted from wamonkey:

Alternate prototype Grand Lizard - please

Bgresto makes them

#134 1 year ago
Quoted from Jakusu:

Hi Kevin
Thank you for bringing all these projects back to life it is great.
With the rerun of getaway plastics will the orange outline be vibrant like originals are? I got a CPR set from a guy last year and the orange was really washed out and almost pastel?
Money in hand ready for Meteor back glass and Firepower and Barracora playfields if the clearing has improved.

Hoping for the same thing, nice bright orange on the getaway plastics, not the washed out color that was on the remakes last time.

#135 1 year ago

Second on bringing back the Jurassic Park plastics. Thanks Kevin!

#136 1 year ago
Quoted from enjoyvelvet:

Second on bringing back the Jurassic Park plastics. Thanks Kevin!

nevermind, JP is back in stock!

#137 1 year ago
Quoted from PeteB:

Do you have the licenses for Tales From The Crypt, Star Wars, and Lethal Weapon 3?

peteb There is a tales from the crypt translite for sale on CL:
tulsa.craigslist.org link

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#138 1 year ago
Quoted from bluespin:

peteb There is a tales from the crypt translite for sale on CL:
tulsa.craigslist.org link

Cool. But I want to know if CPR have the licenses to make the TFTC, Star Wars, Jurassic Park and Lethal Weapon 3 plastics.

#139 1 year ago

Most overpriced translite I've seen in a long time. $200?

#140 1 year ago

Frontier back glass please!

#141 1 year ago

Did you adjust the blue on the Jurassic Park plastic? The blue is way too dark.

#142 1 year ago

Be nice to have a list of everything, just so someone doesn't end up waiting for something to come out that uknowingly wasn't done before. Have all games had plastics/playfield/backglasses done in the past. Or did some only have the plastics done?

#143 1 year ago
Quoted from Jenniebear:

Did you adjust the blue on the Jurassic Park plastic? The blue is way too dark.

Which JP set? The previous run of silkscreened sets that sold out? Or the sets going forward, from the digital press?

The target blue on JP plastics is Pantone 2935C, as read off an NOS set that was never in a game.

On the screened sets, due to the ink density, the blue was laid with backlighting (gamma) inferred into the ink mix. You have to illuminate (backlight) the plastics to achieve the intended 2935C result. All of the colors, really. They look "darker" when just in normal omnidirectional room light, seen from the front. Had it not been done this way, the final blue, backlit in the game, would have looked weaker and 'washed out'.

On the digital sets, the ink is more concise and less dense than silkscreen ink. The color is hit, and the digital inks retain themselves well with backlighting, essentially the look of 2935C - lit or unlit. Barely any gamma was inferred in the blue color mix. We also slightly "bumped up" a few of the other colors on the digital set, which were somewhat underwhelming. Even on the NOS set. Namely the brown and lavender.

blues.jpg

#144 1 year ago
Quoted from 28pmss:

I would be in for a Black Knight backglass

I second that. Black Knight backglass.

#145 1 year ago

Black Rose Translite? Been looking for 2 years. Thanks Kevin!

#146 1 year ago
Quoted from hd60609:

I second that. Black Knight backglass.

Thirds, fourths, fifths, however many more I can add!

It would be great if there was some competition in the market for backglasses. I appreciate what Mayfair brings to the hobby but their price point is painful especially when you are in Canada and get nailed with exchange, shipping, taxes and stuff. That $350 USD backglass comes in closer to $500 CDN. Ouch!

So yes, please kevincpr, consider producing a BK backglass even though I know it isn't in your back catalogue!

#147 1 year ago
Quoted from KevinCPR:

Which JP set? The previous run of silkscreened sets that sold out? Or the sets going forward, from the digital press?
The target blue on JP plastics is Pantone 2935C, as read off an NOS set that was never in a game.
On the screened sets, due to the ink density, the blue was laid with backlighting (gamma) inferred into the ink mix. You have to illuminate (backlight) the plastics to achieve the intended 2935C result. All of the colors, really. They look "darker" when just in normal omnidirectional room light, seen from the front. Had it not been done this way, the final blue, backlit in the game, would have looked weaker and 'washed out'.
On the digital sets, the ink is more concise and less dense than silkscreen ink. The color is hit, and the digital inks retain themselves well with backlighting, essentially the look of 2935C - lit or unlit. Barely any gamma was inferred in the blue color mix. We also slightly "bumped up" a few of the other colors on the digital set, which were somewhat underwhelming. Even on the NOS set. Namely the brown and lavender.

Thanks for that explanation Kevin, pretty interesting and something I hadn’t considered previously.

Do you have plans to run Data East Batman translite, plastics and playfields anytime soon?

Thank you and another thanks for the continued investment in our hobby and repro parts.

#148 1 year ago
Quoted from KevinCPR:

Which JP set? The previous run of silkscreened sets that sold out? Or the sets going forward, from the digital press?
The target blue on JP plastics is Pantone 2935C, as read off an NOS set that was never in a game.
On the screened sets, due to the ink density, the blue was laid with backlighting (gamma) inferred into the ink mix. You have to illuminate (backlight) the plastics to achieve the intended 2935C result. All of the colors, really. They look "darker" when just in normal omnidirectional room light, seen from the front. Had it not been done this way, the final blue, backlit in the game, would have looked weaker and 'washed out'.
On the digital sets, the ink is more concise and less dense than silkscreen ink. The color is hit, and the digital inks retain themselves well with backlighting, essentially the look of 2935C - lit or unlit. Barely any gamma was inferred in the blue color mix. We also slightly "bumped up" a few of the other colors on the digital set, which were somewhat underwhelming. Even on the NOS set. Namely the brown and lavender.

Third and final time I will ask, do you have the licenses for Tales From The Crypt, Jurassic Park, Star Wars and Lethal Weapon 3?

#149 1 year ago

I'd like to buy Skateball plastics with the correct green color and not yellow.

#150 1 year ago

kevincpr

Since we all just seem to be throwing stuff out there...is there any ETA for the translite to mirrored backglass for Jokerz?

It's been in the queue for a while...

Thanks!

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