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stuzza

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stuzza last won the day on January 27

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    Virtual Pinball Machine, Few Mame Arcades.

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  1. Try this site for free 3D model assets: https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model/c746cd6d-53e2-4f3a-a7fc-6602cb0e947f/Lowboy-NEO-GEO?hl=en https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/model/56fe9009-09e9-4500-8298-8cd8565a543f/Lowboy-Batman https://3dwarehouse.sketchup.com/search/?q=arcade machine&searchTab=model I think some of the sketchup ones I had to open in sketchup and remove any backgrounds or other elements and save them out as the correct format.
  2. I used a free program called Sweet Home 3D: http://www.sweethome3d.com/ Works quite well. You can render out high resolution photos and position the camera anywhere. You can walk through your home virtually in full 3d which is terrific to get an idea of how things look. It allows you to import 3D models. I found some lowboy and pinball models online and just imported them in to see how many things would fit in a room.
  3. I think I might still have a side template for that cab. I did artwork many years ago for a local who I believe bought one of these. Message me your email and I can help you out.
  4. Looks sweet as! The custom Backglass came out great. (If I do say so myself....;) )
  5. Thanks Crafty. Maybe one day we'll do that art for your old machine. :)
  6. Yes I can print and ship these for AA members if you are interested. I wouldn't mind doing a matching backlass too. I'd love to speak to you in regards to double checking dimensions etc...
  7. Excellent. Thanks for that. I didn't realise that site had added Pinball cabs!
  8. Wondering if someone with a Data East original TMNT would be kind enough to get some measurements for me as I'm working on some alternate cab artwork. Need dimensions for Backbox Side, Cab Side and cab front. Thanks in Advance. :)
  9. Noodleshirt definitely has the original LAI version from your current panel. He may have the tournament edition one too. I think I vectorised the USA TE ones for a client a while back so should have some files if you need them. Mine was a custom sized panel though, but I do have editable files.
  10. I didn't decase in my bartops but wish I had now. The old 4:3 LCDs I used had touch controls on the front which get knocked sometimes when playing as I didn't route out quite enough of the underside to allow for them - doesn't happen all the time but annoying when it does. My Lowboys I now decase and mount the controls somewhere else out the way. As Boots says they also take up less room when decasing. Some old HP LCDs I've used have nice screw holes on the sides and can easily mount with aluminium angled brackets with some holes that line up to the ones on the sides of the monitor.
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