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Flash Retheme Project: QUEEN!


By TopMoose

3 years ago



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#43 3 years ago

You should check out this thread, he went into a lot of detail on material for playfield. etc.
https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/batman-66-retheme-project-from-diner-to-caped-crusader

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#109 3 years ago

Don't look back, it's a Dragon Attack.
And you are a worthless pos if you don't have Flash..Aaaa, defender of the universe, especially with the donor board. Kidding on the Worthless pos comment...

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#160 3 years ago
Quoted from TopMoose:

I finished designing the plastics a couple of weeks ago - tailoring and perfecting the shapes - and then looked into getting them fabricated in acrylic. I did a small project last year at Ponoko.com, but with materials, laser cutting, shipping, tax, setup fees, etc., this project would cost me about $90. Then I remembered that my main library downtown has a "makerspace" with all sorts of cool gadgets, including a laser cutter/engraver. Price: free to members. I'd just have to bring my own sheet of acrylic, which I picked up at Lowes for $11. I even had enough acrylic to make a couple of extra slingshot plastics and a few protector pieces for the high-impact areas.
The downside is that there's a two-week waitlist to use any of their equipment. But the wait is over and today was the day! I documented the whole process, which took about 40 minutes from setup through cutting. Here's a video of the machine in action.
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Total cost: $11 for the acrylic, $2 for downtown parking.
Now I just have to wait for my printer to finish the graphics.

That's awesome

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#187 3 years ago

Love the headphone/guitar plugs for arrows, that's a kick ass idea. Looking great. Just wish I had the balls and knowledge to try to take on something like this...

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#297 2 years ago

Who here can't say that we have done some questionable things, that we look back on, or explain to others and they say WTF were you thinking. I have a healing wound on my finger from just such a thing. And scars to prove some of the others...

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#328 2 years ago

Keep working, you'll get there, looking awesome. I like that going over a switch a second time turns the light back off(referring to your "somebody to love mode"

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