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  • #2
    Nice, where is the best place for earth braid?

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    • #3
      Stunning, thx for the tips! How did u clean up that slam tilt switch?

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      • #4
        Wow looks awesome Glenn good job


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        • #5
          Nice work!

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            • #7
              All done in a week too , will bring a machine over on the weekend when I help you put the Playfield back in

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              • #8
                That looks freakin awesome. Great job.
                This is where it ends!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by newy16216 View Post
                  All done in a week too , will bring a machine over on the weekend when I help you put the Playfield back in
                  Best way to do a machine I think. One part at a time with the intention of the machine being out of playable mode for the least amount of time between each job. I've seen to many cars torn to absolute bits to the point the job becomes overwhelming and parts get lost. I think there is a fair bit of this going on with pinballs as well.

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                  • #10
                    Awesome work Glenn. You're a machine mate, massive improvement

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by raysco View Post
                      Nice, where is the best place for earth braid?
                      Sorry guys but been busy with kids school commitments and now work. I got mine from Mark C at PSPA, but I'm sure Nino and Wayne sell it. There was an AA member selling it here quite cheaply a few months ago I remember.

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                      Originally posted by newy16216 View Post
                      All done in a week too , will bring a machine over on the weekend when I help you put the Playfield back in
                      Which one mate? Party Zone, LW3 or DE Star Wars? Geez, I know I've forgotten a few.

                      Yes, a week. I did have 3 days off when the kids were at school, so I have to do something whilst waiting for my house to be completed. This was a quick project and so rewarding too.

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                      Originally posted by Autosteve View Post
                      Best way to do a machine I think. One part at a time with the intention of the machine being out of playable mode for the least amount of time between each job. I've seen to many cars torn to absolute bits to the point the job becomes overwhelming and parts get lost. I think there is a fair bit of this going on with pinballs as well.
                      Spot on mate. My memory isn't that good to have a machine in bits for long periods of time. This took a week but I also took 56 photos to assist my memory. It's better to have them and not need them than to need them and not have them.

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                      • #12
                        You can contact [MENTION=7225]shedstuff[/MENTION] for braid. Here is the thread. https://www.aussiearcade.com/showthr...t=ground+braid

                        [MENTION=5936]raysco[/MENTION], I think he is based pretty close to your place.

                        Good work [MENTION=17822]Glenn70[/MENTION], looks great. What clear do you use on the MDF base?
                        I have propelled the ball along the proper trajectory and been rewarded

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                        • #13
                          That's come up really well.
                          No pooling in that cab

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                          • #14
                            The inside of the coin door looks like a 3D computer rendering, not a real object. Wow.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by jono View Post
                              What clear do you use on the MDF base?
                              I used this one from Bunnings. Small can with plenty left over too for my next one.

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                              Followed the instructions on the can and did two coats. The timber base sanded down really well and came up like new, although the multi-tool with triangular sander attachment didn't quite get into every corner, so a bit of elbow grease/hand sanding had to be done. You wouldn't use this product on a playfield of course, but for a single one off job like this, it really did come up well. In the past I have used Cabots clear gloss on a 'White Water' & 'LW3' machines that have had brand new MDF bases installed. They also came up well.

                              I have done inside cab resto's before but I am torn between a painted base and a clear lacquered timber look base. Both look great (I know from factory it was natural timber look base), but just can't decide these days............keen on both equally.

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                              Originally posted by Autosteve View Post
                              Best way to do a machine I think. One part at a time with the intention of the machine being out of playable mode for the least amount of time between each job.
                              Ha ha, ask [MENTION=4423]newy16216[/MENTION] about his DE Batman!!! Already taken 4 yrs!

                              Seriously though, his cabinet work is stunning and this thing will be absolutely sensational when completed.

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