Quoted from edward472:
I'm ready to rock and roll.
Hackerspace (where all the fancy tools are) won't open back up until COVID lightens up in Chicago.
We still haven't peaked yet. Was looking like June 1 but now June 15 is more likely.
I've been keeping myself busy with knocking out other house and pinball projects.
Been meaning to use the above trial setup to test the flicking action and coin travel physics.
Game logic 1.0 is done.
I've been thinking about writing some cooler attract light sequences but they're very manual and can be done later.
All the design files for the cabinet, playfield, light board, and art stencils are ready to cut on the CNC.
Track and plexi covers will be cut on the laser cutter.
I recently gave a game to a family friend who's a machinist and gave me a crash course on milling in his garage shop.
The metal rods will be turned on the lathe by hand.
The knobs and flickers will be CNC'd on a Tormach.
Sensor holders will be cut on a plasma cutter and bent on the brake.
I have all the power supplies and parts in a box ready to go.
I've been scratching the surface at learning CAM in Fusion360 via YouTube and that's the last missing part of the puzzle.
My pieces are relatively trivial so I've been putting it off.