Standup target reinforcement bracket

By Crash

1 year ago


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#1 1 year ago

The infamous blown out playfield screw holes for the lock standup targets on White Water have been giving me constant issues. I've filled the holes with toothpicks and other things which works temporarily but the targets work themselves loose again. I saw quite a while ago where someone 3D printed a plastic shell that surrounds the entire target in the playfield hole to reinforce the two screws that are holding the target in place. Can someone point me in the right direction to find these?

#4 1 year ago
Quoted from Jgaltr56:

Mezel makes these splints for Stern stand ups. Not sure if they will work for WH20?

This is what I was thinking of. Looks like it just keeps the target from bending backwards? Also, probably wouldn't work anyway because it's for Stern targets.

Quoted from dsuperbee:

Different problem.
Could the TZ slot target reinforced frame work here?

Is this what you mean?

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