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    Playfield Rotisserie

    Put this together over a couple mornings. Got everything from Bunnings aside from some boat seat swivels from ebay.

    The only issue were the L shape black brackets. They aren't quite deep enough to cover a lot of playfield, and they didn't line up with the holes in the swivel plates so they needed drilling out a bit.

    But it works and I'm happy.

    And it can be improved with a couple changes over time.

    Now to get this White Water PF swap underway!







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    Last edited by visualmagic; 23 May 2019, 12:34 PM.

    #2
    Couple close ups showing the clamps. Used some little wood blocks to protect the playfield and give more surface area



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    Last edited by visualmagic; 23 May 2019, 12:33 PM.

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      #3
      Always interesting to see the different solutions people come up with. Can you lock the boat swivels?
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        #4
        Damn I threww out my old mitre saw stand!! Never thought that I could use it for anything let alone this!! Great pics and idea...now I just need an old mitre saw stand LOL
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          #5
          I actually followed this Youtube video - the swivels don't lock, but they need a good firm pressure and a bit of force to move, so they don't just spin freely, it's a good solution.

          How To Build the BEST DIY Pinball Playfield Rotisserie - YouTube

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            #6
            random question but what did you do with the original playfields? I have a WH20 that I'm about to teardown and restore. My pf's have a bit of wear so I' on the hunt for better ones if possible.
            If you still have yours and are looking to sell them, let me know.

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              #7
              Still got mine but I'm worried the project has been on the rotisserie too long. It seems to have a bit of warp in it. I can get you some pics. Maybe message me.

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