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Quoted from harryhoudini:
Doing any JJP games?
We already have them for Pirates of the Caribbean and we will continue to keep designing more items for the pinball community.
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Sorry. I’m a jerk.
If you are still interested, I will pull them off when I return from vacation in a week.
My semester is finally over, and I can actually begin thinking of doing something non work related...lol.
We can meet up, and I can also get that cocktail pin out of your way too.
Man where does the time go?
I've been waiting since February for these IMDN Ramp Decals to be back in stock. I was told you were hoping to have them back in within a week, but that was months ago. Are you still going to carry these? https://www.tiltgraphicsinc.com/product-page/iron-maiden-ramp-decals-stone-stairs-mod
I wanted to give a bit of feedback on your side art blades. I installed your set in my JJPOTC and another vendor in my WOZ this weekend. While my WOZ benefitted from being the 2nd game to do this on, the POTC had some challenges. The biggest issue I think would be resolved by either providing your decals cut out or having the customer cut them out. The WOZ set I had came with no "flash" so just the decals perfectly cut out individually. This made it much easier to install because I could peel part of the backing away at a time and not have to deal with having two people try and hold it, wrap around the playfield, etc.
Now, granted... we also figured out that with two people we could slide the playfield all the way out of the game with some support in the front. Had I known it was easier I would have cut the POTC ones out first. The pain with installing with them fully exposed was noted when it got stuck where the playfield was tilted up and I could not get them removed to position properly. I had to try and move the playfield while they were partially stuck and it caused some tearing. Luckily with some hair dryer action and some squeegee tool it mostly is unnoticeable. If the intended game has enough slack to pull the playfield out and can support itself (JJP have the huge rails on them) then this is by far the way to go.
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