(Topic ID: 242882)

Gorgar playfield overlay

By csab00

2 years ago

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#1 2 years ago

Hi everyone!
i am on the project Gorgar restoration.

My playfield is sanded down, cleaned, flat.
The overlay i have ordered from Classicarcades.
Unfortunately i don have any documentation/hint how should i apply the overlay.

The overlay is not transparent so if i put on the playfield i dont see how should i mount it.
On the other videos what i have watched they had a transparent overlay (by the bumpers, slingshoot one can see the holes and put exactly on the place)
so they could fix with a tape in the middle (or the end) then starts to mount it slowly.

Maybe this is a stupid question but this is the first time i do such an operation.
Should i cut the overlay with a scissor along the graphic or punch the holes before apply it ???

Thanks in advance!

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#2 2 years ago
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#3 2 years ago

Maybe this helps:


especially : "Use a bright light (very bright LED, avoid halogen work lights) from below shining through the inserts to help align the overlay. Hold in place with Blue Painters Tape- it's easy to lift for re-positioning"

#4 2 years ago

thanks but still not clear.
According to the manual only the bottom area below the flipper should be cut before monunting it
but i think maybe all of the "wooden pintout" should be removed.
The switches and drop targets also a question before mounting or after ...
As i heard if i cut it before mounting then will be not sticked as good as the original condition.

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#5 1 year ago

What did you end up doing?

7 months later
#6 1 year ago

The overlay is garbage. Super thin and the white areas are see through when applied. Had one for my Bally KISS and big waste of money. Filed a claim and got my money back.

#7 1 year ago

Not a huge overlay fan. I just bought a new Gorgar pf from Mirco. I have been impressed with the quality.

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