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millsy56
7th June 2015, 06:27 PM
Just finished painting a Williams Misso cab and backbox with my usual roller.

BEFORE

http://pinballaustralia.com/mo15.JPG http://pinballaustralia.com/mo16.JPG

http://pinballaustralia.com/mo17.JPG

AFTER

http://pinballaustralia.com/mo18b.JPG http://pinballaustralia.com/mo19b.JPG

http://pinballaustralia.com/mo20c.JPG http://pinballaustralia.com/mo21c.JPG

jason1
7th June 2015, 06:33 PM
Very well done Sir.
that before photo is terrible. Its great seeing something returned back to how it should be.

Rob1966
7th June 2015, 06:49 PM
I have been waiting for someone to do a repaint with a roller I have been trying to do a bit of research on it, what sort of roller did you use I have heard of people using micro nap rollers ? also I want to do one of my old Gotliebs eventually and was wondering what paint do you use normal semi gloss/ gloss from Bunnings or auto paint and what colour white did you use ? you would be surprised how many whites there are, any way great result and sorry for asking so many questions just curious as im new to painting cabs:)

millsy56
7th June 2015, 07:07 PM
I am updating this at present - http://www.pinballaustralia.com/cabrepaint.htm

iceisslippery
7th June 2015, 07:40 PM
Very nice result. It's great to see restores done with different equipment - makes a project accessible to many more pinheads (& roller is definitely less messy). Nice job. Ice.

Rob1966
7th June 2015, 07:58 PM
I am updating this at present - http://www.pinballaustralia.com/cabrepaint.htm

That was great thanks I think that explained just about question I had


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goodolddays
7th June 2015, 08:08 PM
Looks great Kev :cool:.. I only have 3 cabs waiting to be done LOL

millsy56
7th June 2015, 08:49 PM
That was great thanks I think that explained just about question I had


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Will be redoing that page to include using contact, self adhesive and waterslide decals

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Looks great Kev :cool:.. I only have 3 cabs waiting to be done LOL

Thanks Dave - you better get cracking :)

Will be experimenting with waterslide decals on the next project - Bally Bullfight
The artwork on this machine should be ideal for waterslide decals.

http://pinballaustralia.com/bull10.JPG http://pinballaustralia.com/bull11.JPG http://pinballaustralia.com/bull12.JPG

OLDS2010
7th June 2015, 08:55 PM
Have you done stencils for this ?
I`ve got a Cue-T with the same decals

millsy56
7th June 2015, 10:09 PM
The backbox,cab and coin have been scanned in sections,before I stripped the paint,I traced onto greaseproof paper for section alignment.
I have all the scanned & adjusted sections in PST files. I also have the paint details (not exact as original)

http://pinballaustralia.com/mo20.jpg http://pinballaustralia.com/mo21.jpg http://pinballaustralia.com/mo22.jpg

http://pinballaustralia.com/mo23.jpg

Railways
7th June 2015, 10:46 PM
Mate, love your work with these girls:023:

em_pins
8th June 2015, 04:56 AM
Looks that you have been very busy Millsy. Looks great. Everyone should have a EM in their collection !

Fire_Power
8th June 2015, 08:28 AM
Great turn around - thanks for posting.

angs1957
8th June 2015, 09:49 AM
Excellent write up too, thanks for posting :041:

Rob1966
8th June 2015, 12:45 PM
Just been having a good look at your pinball Australia website and really enjoyed what I saw especially liked the way you set up and went through step by step on the resto work, nice touch with the bingo machine section as well I remember playing those in the late 70s, I know some people hate them because they think hey no flippers but I loved them trying to build up those credits to sell back to the operator and the noises that they make the clicking and motors turning I love them, would love to pick up a good one, one day but really good ones don't come up often at all.
Keep up the good work:)

millsy56
5th July 2015, 10:37 AM
From time to time I have had an intermittant problem with some of my em machines which required the ball in play while observing what was going on in the cab and backbox. Quite difficult at times when the playfield is up and your trying to see whats going on in the cabinet. Found the best way around this is to sit the PF next to cab and connect up.

http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m81.jpg

Fortunately most EM,s allow you to connect this way.

http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m82.jpg

Paintwork finished - Time to reassemble.

http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m80.jpg

Nick64
5th July 2015, 11:35 AM
Great work Millsy she come up sweet ,can you come over and trace a Space Shuttle cab for me ..;)

Rich
5th July 2015, 04:50 PM
Nice work! Nice set up too, thinking outside the box....clever!

mark1
9th July 2015, 02:00 AM
That is a great idea setting it up like that beside the cabinet, cant wait to see it finished.

millsy56
9th July 2015, 10:45 PM
UP and RUNNING

http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m83.jpg

http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m84.jpg

http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m85.jpg

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http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m86.jpg

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http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m87.jpg

http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m88.jpg

http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m89.jpg

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http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m90.jpg

http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m91.jpg

http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m92.jpg

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http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m93.jpg

http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m94.jpg

Next Up - Bally Bullfight

http://www.pinballaustralia.com/m95.jpg