I've always wanted a VPin but lack the space. I'd never use an actual pinball space for a VPin and can only fit 6 pins anyway. I bought a cheapo ToyShock 12-1 table on mega sale before XMas just for shits and giggles. Couldn't believe how much it lagged and sucked but I did like the size of it. Had a bunch of used plywood that I could recycle so decided to make a mini VPin around the same size. Not done yet but getting there. By next weekend I will be ready to make it look good. My son (who I gave the ToyShock game to) is finishing his welding program in school so he was able to make me a mini lockdown bar from a full sized but damaged one, and also a frame for the pf monitor.
I have limited wood working skills. Did everything on the fly and essentially built the cab around the hardware I had.
24" 1080p PF
13.3" 1366 X 768 BG
7" 1024 x 600 DMD (only showing/using 1024 x 310 to keep aspect ratio "normal")
ASUS STRIX B660 mini-ITX
Radeon RX 6650 XT
850W fully modular PS
ZEBSBOARDS Plunger V5 interface
Looks like crap now (wood) but I will fill, sand, and paint everything in the next few weeks. Should look OK.
My son test playing with the metal PF frame and lockbar:
Picture of where I am at. Next one should be the cosmetically pleasing version lol.
And the guts(with previous non-modular PS). Oh and I HATE the RGB fans but it's all I had lying around. I need to find how to turn off the RGBs: