(Topic ID: 75240)

Pinbot Decals?


By travisbmartin

5 years ago



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  • Latest reply 2 years ago by pdxpinball
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#1 5 years ago

I'm slowly collecting parts for my Pinbot restore. I've got plastics ordered, and I'm saving up for a playfield and stencils for the cabinet. Looks like I can find everything I need except for the decals that are applied to the ramp and visor.

Any ideas where I can get new decals? My ramp decal has a crease that's bugging me.

#2 5 years ago

They don't seem to exist anymore. A few places have them listed, but they are always out of stock. I've been looking for about a year now myself. Most likely you will have to recreate them on your own. If you find a source, please let me know. Good luck

#3 5 years ago
Quoted from travisbmartin:

I've got plastics ordered

What unholy pit did you dig those out of? Did they have more?

#4 5 years ago

Someone should do a run of just the big blue piece in the upper left corner. Mine is partially "reconstructed" with a Popsicle stick. Most of the PinBots I see have that plastic broken too. They would definitely sell fast...

#5 5 years ago

Not sure which ramp you mean. Here is the decal for the vortex ramp.

ebay.com link » Pinbot Pinball Machine Vortex Ramp Decal Set

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#6 5 years ago

I meant the blue ramp. I have a NOS red ramp ready and waiting.

www.parts4pinball.com claims to have them in stock. They're in Europe, but I got to spend my Christmas cash somehow.

#9 5 years ago

The visor and space shuttle look the same, but the vortex and upper arch are different

#10 5 years ago

Yeah the blue ramp decal has some different colors than pinbot. The vortex sticker, which you said you don't need, doesn't have the point amounts.
If you are in a pinch these will work.

#11 5 years ago

Where did you find plastics? I've been looking and haven't found any.

#13 5 years ago

I can send you .jpg file with the space shuttle that I scanned and cleaned up so you can print a water slide decal. Let me know if you are interested.

Al

#14 5 years ago

I'm good. Someone sent me scans of an unused sheet and I'm going to try my luck with the images

#15 5 years ago

Yeah this place is in Norway, so it cost me a hair under $200 for my set. But if you need them and are trying to make the prettiest game possible, it just may be worth it.

2 years later
#16 2 years ago

I have some up for auction

ebay.com link »

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