Quoted from flynnibus:
Really great to finally have an update from Haggis. Congrats to them and the lucky bloke who is frantically looking for tracking info now
Standouts I saw in the video...
- The pretty significant projector element. Surprised there is no plex over the hole, maybe they had reflection issues. PDIglass for cabinet bottoms now?
- That's a lot of stuff in the cab. We see power supplies, power distribution, but what's the boards in the back of the center cluster? the fast interface board and CPU? Something else? Anyone know which fast platform this is using? presumably PC + nano + driver boards?
- Obviously lots of boom coming from those two 8"? 10"? speakers and amp in the back
- We get a new playfield mounting system... with what looks like ROLLERS on a track. No more dragging!
- All the drop mechs are made with what looks like polished stainless vs zinc plate
- Haggis pop assemblies vs bally designed
- driver board mounted on PF near edge near trough.. kinda risky spot
- looks like all new apron design (vs Bally). The apron looks to be multiple stacked pieces and the surface towards the outlanes doesn't look like the apron sheet metal. Looks like you have a grab plate instead of the apron+chrome bar on ballys. You can see the mounting hardware on the top of the apron
- the frame of the coin door isn't the same high polish as the door face. Looks to be a painted/pc finish. Gives a neat contrast for the door.
- Big 'haggis' sticker in the bally coin door style on the coin door
- Looks like a whole new coindoor design (vs bally)
- Those transparent pop bumpers really glow
They clearly outgrew their finish/test room - which is good! Hopefully that means there is another 8+ games already in late assembly steps in there too. The space in the video shows 4 games on legs, 4 games on mobile crates, and more cabinets stacked behind those.
Great milestone! Start the countdown to games in hand!