(Topic ID: 102371)

The Amazing Spider Man Playfield Glass wanted.

By BenRocCity

9 years ago



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#1 9 years ago

Hey Guys! Anybody know where I can find play field glass for The Amazing Spider Man? Noob here, Thanks a lot. B

#2 9 years ago

You are looking for Gottlieb Widebody Glass...

Used in a few machines of that era.

http://www.marcospecialties.com/pinball-parts/GTBSYS80-W

#3 9 years ago

go to a local glass shop and have one cut. if its more than 50 bucks, you are getting robbed. make sure its tempered. ive had dozens cut. i'm on long island, its expensive here, and i never paid more than 50.00. be warned, some shops will tell you 80, 100, up to 200. they are looking for suckers. old school glass guys will do you right.

24-5/8" x 48-3/8" x 3/16" according to marco, and some other sites as well

#4 9 years ago
Quoted from pinnut:

go to a local glass shop and have one cut. if its more than 50 bucks, you are getting robbed. make sure its tempered. 24-5/8" x 48-3/8" x 3/16" according to marco, and some other sites as well

From a CNY Pinball post on facebook

"I was calling around for replacement glass today. I found a place that has tempered glass cut to size without the tempered stamp for a great price. Got a 21" X 43" X 3/16(5mm) Thick for my BK2K for $30 + Tax. That's half the amount that other places were charging. I'll post some pictures when I get it, She said it will take a week or so to come in. http://www.upstateinsulatedglassinc.com/index.htm"

Important to ask for it without a tempered stamp. And agree with pinnut. Dont pay more than $50

#5 9 years ago

You do not cut tempered glass!!!! Do not call a glass shop and ask them to cut you a sheet, you will get annealed glass.

You must order tempered glass in the correct size. At a factory a piece of glass is cut to size then tempered. The tempered glass is then shipped to your local glass shop. This heating process makes the glass stronger and it also makes it break into small pieces instead of shards. If you try to cut it after tempering, it will shatter.

The industry standard is to stamp the glass as tempered, make sure you request NO STAMP.

Quoted from pinnut:

go to a local glass shop and have one cut. make sure its tempered. ive had dozens cut.

#6 9 years ago

Thanks a lot Guys!

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