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Playfield Glass Sizes & Backglass Sizes - Request for measurements

By ForceFlow

5 years ago


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    #51 1 year ago

    Great, thanks! The measurements have been added to pinwiki

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    #52 11 months ago

    What is the thickness of a Gottlieb HURDY GURDY backglass or any other model of the same era (1966)?

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    #53 9 months ago

    Does anyone have precise dimensions of Sega's Batman Forever translite / backglass size?

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    #54 9 months ago

    looking gottlieb sys80a jacks to open backglass dimensions

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    #55 4 months ago

    I'm looking for the backglass dimensions for alpha numeric data east games (Playboy 35th specifically) if anyone can provide that information.

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    #56 4 months ago

    Just measured Batman 66. The glass itself is 25-7/8 x 16-1/2 x 1/8 inch without the plastic trim pieces.

    It's a pretty fair assumption that other SPIKE II games are the same size

    #57 4 months ago
    Quoted from John_I:

    Just measured Batman 66. The glass itself is 25-7/8 x 16-1/2 x 1/8 inch without the plastic trim pieces.
    It's a pretty fair assumption that other SPIKE II games are the same size

    Thanks--added it to the list

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    #58 47 days ago

    Just installed my glass for Jolly Ride. That's a Playmatic with the glass in a frame that rises up. 40" X 20" fit perfect. Purchased from One Day Glass (onedayglass.com), looks real nice. Price was reasonable compared to the local places, $75.93 (tempered). Took about a month, but the local places also said around a month.

    #59 47 days ago
    Quoted from jaytrem:

    Price was reasonable compared to the local places, $75.93 (tempered).

    That's pretty expensive. In my area, it's been around $30 for standard playfield glass, and almost $60 for widebody.

    #60 47 days ago
    Quoted from ForceFlow:

    That's pretty expensive. In my area, it's been around $30 for standard playfield glass, and almost $60 for widebody.

    Might be a supply and demand thing. Called 2 local places, they both said about a month and were both over $100. Standard was $40 at Allentown this year. Figured an extra $35 for custom size and shipping wasn't bad.

    #61 47 days ago
    Quoted from jaytrem:

    Might be a supply and demand thing. Called 2 local places, they both said about a month and were both over $100. Standard was $40 at Allentown this year. Figured an extra $35 for custom size and shipping wasn't bad.

    Yeah, shipping glass is expensive.

    The glass places here charge based on the physical dimensions of the glass.

    Also--when ordering, make sure to specify that the edges be sanded, not polished. Polishing costs extra, which isn't necessary since the edges aren't visible in a game.

    #62 46 days ago

    Slugfest
    Playfield Glass
    23” x 35 1/4”
    3/16” thick clear tempered

    #63 46 days ago
    Quoted from Chosen_S:

    Slugfest
    Playfield Glass
    23” x 35 1/4”
    3/16” thick clear tempered

    It's already on the list, but thanks

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