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HEP This Week 12-9-19


By High_End_Pins

1 year ago



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“EBD Trim legs will be black regardless ”

  • Stainless/Factory 35 votes
    31%
  • Blacked out 54 votes
    48%
  • Painted Gold matched to cabinet 24 votes
    21%

(113 votes)

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59 key posts have been marked in this topic, showing the first 20

Post #142 Alien repair completed Posted by High_End_Pins (1 year ago)

Post #621 Grand Prix completed Posted by High_End_Pins (1 year ago)

Post #651 Tip Time with Chris - Guide coating (part 1) Posted by High_End_Pins (1 year ago)

Post #726 Indiana Jones:The Pinball Adventure completed Posted by High_End_Pins (1 year ago)

Post #803 A brief history of HEP Posted by High_End_Pins (1 year ago)

Post #826 Tommy completed Posted by High_End_Pins (1 year ago)

Post #1228 Addams Family completed Posted by High_End_Pins (1 year ago)

Post #1287 Rebuilding a backbox lampboard Posted by High_End_Pins (1 year ago)

Post #1430 Head and Cabinet stripping and repair process Posted by High_End_Pins (1 year ago)

Post #1485 Special Eight Ball Deluxe completed Posted by High_End_Pins (1 year ago)

Post #1519 Comparing original to CPR Addams Family repro playfield Posted by High_End_Pins (1 year ago)

Post #1823 Addams Family (w/purple topper) completed Posted by High_End_Pins (11 months ago)

Post #2073 Comparison between prototype and production Whirlwind Posted by High_End_Pins (11 months ago)

Post #2120 Eight Ball Deluxe completed Posted by High_End_Pins (10 months ago)

Post #2183 Tip Time with Chris - Sanding and polishing playfield process Posted by High_End_Pins (10 months ago)

Post #2212 Tip Time with Chris - T-Nut installation Posted by High_End_Pins (10 months ago)

Post #2414 Dr. Who completed Posted by High_End_Pins (10 months ago)

Post #2802 Simpsons Pinball Party completed Posted by High_End_Pins (9 months ago)

Post #2888 Special Whirlwind completed Posted by High_End_Pins (8 months ago)

Post #3007 Indiana Jones:The Pinball Adventure (gold trim) completed Posted by High_End_Pins (8 months ago)


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#3800 5 months ago
Quoted from High_End_Pins:

Wiring is transferred and will be tightened up and rebuilt as I place it from here [quoted image]
I have company out here. It seems Maverick has somehow trashed his little fur suit and requires an immediate bath.
He does not go willingly
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Nooo![quoted image]
He latches onto a wide body glass channel[quoted image]
Alright he decides he may as well cooperate
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I am going to have a fudgesicle.
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Haha! Dog looks good!

Beer....looks better! How was the fudgical? (Gonna have to look for that in my area!)

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#3905 5 months ago
Quoted from High_End_Pins:

Next a little clear tubing cut to slide over the latch. I try to keep reassembly and set up to a minimum for the recipient.
This makes sure the latch can’t dig into the top plate.
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Secured with low tack tape [quoted image]
Now the head is shrink wrapped tight to the body.
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Then paper is placed and shrink wrapped from the back. The idea is to make sure no shrink wrap touches the cabinet because it could print it if temperatures fluctuate too much. [quoted image]
Legs removed. [quoted image]
Legs are individually rolled into a blanket then shrink wrapped.
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You are such an excellent craftsman, and your level of skill and care in unrivaled. So glad to see these step by step posts!

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