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Prof
5th July 2006, 03:46 PM
Finally got ome time to work on a few cabs.

Been over twelve months since i last done anything on it :( ..

Rewired and finished all but the bezel


Lovely duvly :)

staceyamusements
5th July 2006, 04:10 PM
Finally got ome time to work on a few cabs.

Been over twelve months since i last done anything on it :( ..

Rewired and finished all but the bezel


Lovely duvly :)
Hey Prof,nice work.Cabinet looks very neat and nice.

catty
5th July 2006, 05:39 PM
Nice would look great with some side art too.
Did you make that cab or is it a rare midway galaxian?

Arcade King
5th July 2006, 05:51 PM
He made it :) looking good there chief.

DKong
6th July 2006, 12:32 AM
My dream cab. I have the bezel, marquee , new cpo and t-molding. I have been collecting the parts over the years.
Hey Prof if you built it from scratch, it's a bloody good job! :cool:
Questions

Any inside photo's of the cab?

Did you use Jakobud's plans ?

If you do the side artwork would you screen print it or just print some big adhesive stickers?

Is the green edging t-molding or painted ATM?

I have printed life size plans for the cab but am a bit confused on the angle of the monitor compared to the bezel?? Is it the same ?
Beaten me to the punch I am still probally light years from completing mine but one day...

Prof
6th July 2006, 06:11 AM
No, i didn't use Jakobud plans
I built this about 3 years ago from plan and pics i found on the net.

I did recieve great pictures on the inside of a pacman cab from a someone on RGVAC which helped me work out the insides.

The monitor runs parallel to to bezel which slides in from the back.

The midway upright is a good design, makes the top area into a good style speaker box. Good for the boom sounds :)

Yeah, stuff to finish is the sideart, kickplate art, bezel and t-moulding. Just have to get around to getting the t-moulding (need a few colours for other stuff too) when I have some spare funds.

For the sides, i was going to get the artwork printed.

Screen printing the side art, although good would be too costly for a one off.

DKong
7th July 2006, 06:29 PM
No, i didn't use Jakobud plans
I built this about 3 years ago from plan and pics i found on the net.



For the sides, i was going to get the artwork printed.

Screen printing the side art, although good would be too costly for a one off.

I downloaded some plans to a few years back it allowed me to print it out on about 40 pieces of A4 paper and you can connect them together for a lifesize template. Lost the download but still have the printed pieces :D

Please let me know when you get around to getting the artwork printed as I must have a copy. I have never wanted to take the risk and get them printed OS in case they turn out crap and the cheapest I saw was about $150 US.
Doesn't it work out cheaper to get multiple prints ?

Prof
9th July 2006, 01:20 PM
Whe I checked it out last it was going to cost around $80 to get a printer to do it here.

Crafty
25th July 2006, 10:32 AM
Nice Machine..

Please post completed pictures when time and money allow...