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Warlok NOS playfield, full game restoration.

By sethbenjamin

3 years ago


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#51 1 year ago

I like to get a clean cabinet interior, so all the wiring gets cleaned and all the mechanisms get broken down and reassembled, coin door gets a repaint (in this case, sandblasted first.) and the light panel always gets freshened up unless there’s some practical reason I can’t do that. EAE2550A-E81F-40F6-BBFA-499F1D59AB54 (resized).jpegEAE2550A-E81F-40F6-BBFA-499F1D59AB54 (resized).jpeg

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I’m out of sequence again…Of course, before any of that stuff goes back into the cabinet, the cab gets fully sanded down and repainted. I didn’t take pics of everything, but you’ve seen it before.

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#52 1 year ago

Finished and reassembled cabinet.
I used a special flat clear coat in this, which I like a lot. Completely non-glossy, it really looks like an old style pinball cabinet. High gloss also tends to really accentuate surface imperfections, which can be hard to get rid of even with a lot of hours of bondo and sanding. Flat clear really pushes those imperfections back. It really looks “correct” when it’s finished.

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Meanwhile, I’d been reassembling the playfield.

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Popped in and almost finished…

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And I printed up my custom rules cards now that it was in the cabinet.
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#53 1 year ago

The finished project.
I had a bunch of delays on this; my local CNC guy is swamped, and I had to figure out another way to get the plastics cut. I didn’t take photos of the process, but yes, I did end up making a partial set of replacement plastics. Some of the old ones were broken, and any of them with halftones weren’t going to be a match at this point since I had redone all the halftone areas on decals.

There were other holdups as well, but all of them just mundane things that were nobody’s fault really, so I won’t go into all that. Suffice to say, this thing was mostly done in *Augist*, but it’s taken until today to iron out the last of the kinks. Luckily, we live in a universe where there is no such thing as a “pinball emergency.”

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#54 1 year ago

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