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I designed a 3D printable mount to use a disc level for pinball machines

By Anony

69 days ago



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    #1 69 days ago

    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5139728

    Feel free to print it for yourself. The level that I used is in the thingiverse details. You can print it at 6.5, 6.8, 7.0 and 7.2 degrees depending on your preference.

    The mustache looking thing is a bar that you use to ensure the disc is not rotated.

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    #2 69 days ago

    I use the one that attaches to the flippers, but I've never been able to find the level itself.

    #3 69 days ago
    Quoted from PghPinballRescue:

    I use the one that attaches to the flippers, but I've never been able to find the level itself.

    I liked that design but thought the bubble level was a little small, and also couldn't find a good source for it.

    #5 69 days ago

    Tables!

    #6 69 days ago

    What's a pinball table?

    #7 69 days ago
    Quoted from CoreyStup:

    What's a pinball table?

    I'm pretty new to pinball but have seem them referred to as tables quite a bit. Maybe more on the virtual pinball side though.

    What do you call them? machines?

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    #8 69 days ago

    Machines.

    Virtual uses other lingo because they are not pinball machines or an accurate respeesentation of such

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