Playfield Dimple Reality Check

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Playfield Dimple Reality Check


By vid1900

6 years ago



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Post #281 Compressed wood in ball travel areas Posted by vid1900 (61 days ago)

Post #282 Measurement of compressed wood in ball travel areas Posted by vid1900 (61 days ago)


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#153 1 year ago

Sorry, I call B.S. if that's the case shouldn't my documented HUO STtng with 1092 plays. That launches balls from cannons directly at the playfield. Look like this BM66?
Instead of how it actually looks? A few minor dimples here and there. Only barely noticable at a certain light. And mostly by stand up targets. But not major crators all over the place.
And I have added more dimples while playing it. But they look nothing like a modern Stern's playdough.
Because you can't tell me it's entirely evened out after just over 1000 plays.
Or that all playfields are equal.

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#214 1 year ago

Almost all cheaper plywood is manufactured in India, China and Vietnam. No it's probably not U.S. made.
Maybe from U.S or Canadian trees.

Thinner top and lower quality center. = Cheaper plywood. What do you think Stern is using?
Good enough and cheap. Or the best there is and expensive?

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