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Pinball 2000 ramp molds from Wizard Blocks and Playboy


By Wizboy

2 years ago



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#1 2 years ago

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Pinball 2000 ramp molds from Wizard Blocks and Playboy

Added: October 3rd, 2017

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In the past weeks there were sold the original ramp molds from Pinball 2000 Wizard Blocks and Playboy.

I tried to buy these forms but didn't get them so I would like to contact the buyer(s).

I would be very happy to hear from the new owner(s).


Here are the ebay links:
Playboy ramp mold:
ebay.com link [phone number removed]

Wizard Blocks main ramp mold:
ebay.com link [phone number removed]

Wizard Blocks right ramp mold:
ebay.com link [phone number removed]

Thank you very much for your help.


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#2 2 years ago

Why bother, the 3d cad files are available that made the throw away molds

#3 2 years ago

Available is relativ Wayne...

To mill new molds would be possible but not real cost efficent.

The small right mold isn't very hard to make but the Playboy mold and the main WB mold which are very big.

#4 2 years ago

That's what they used to make them with

They used a cnc to make prototype moulds in the mel lab in house

#5 2 years ago

Nobody from Pinside bought these molds?

#6 2 years ago

Nobody knows?

I know that the right Wizard Blocks ramp mold was sold to a dutch pinball museum.

Where did the rest stay?

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#7 2 years ago

Maybe now? Who bought the ramp molds or can give a hint to them?

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