Quoted from snaroff:
That would be great. Will do this later today...
Just sent images of these plastics to the email provided.
If you remake these, I recommend tweaking the design so the yellow isn't so fragile. Removing the cut out closest to where the ball hits would be the simplest solution. The 1/4" gaps are where mine cracked (after the ball rebounds from the end-of-ramp kickback).
Keep us posted on any progress! I'm sure the TRON community would be thankful.
Offer them in clear to please? I'm not a huge fan of all the different colors but do think that would still look pretty cool in clear.
Quoted from 85vett:
Offer them in clear to please? I'm not a huge fan of all the different colors but do thing that would still look pretty cool in clear.
The other benefit of your suggestion is the yellow/blue make it difficult to see the "C" & "U" lanes (which negatively effects gameplay).
Picked up my Tron Pro about a month ago, and I've been busy making a few changes. Finally got my CNC machine going and the first project I used it for was the base for a new topper for Tron. Also got my Tron girls translite from Great American Pinball so I can switch out Clu now and then. My tempered glass from Peninsula glass (onedayglass.com) arrived today, packaged beautifully and it survived the trip from Washington state to Nebraska without a scratch. Got the new translite put together and finished up the wiring on the topper. Really happy with the final result.
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