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Author Topic: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [14 Nov - Finished]  (Read 71250 times)

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [11 July - Standing, Fat but slim]
« Reply #40 on: July 13, 2011, 08:50:18 am »
I really like how you trimmed the volume control panel with you router.  :applaud:  I wouldn't have thought of doing it that way right off.  I'd have struggled with my tablesaw for a while for sure.

Nice job! :)

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After i montaged the front coin box panel i added the volume control panel, it needed a trim , so i placed a mdf plate and made it flush with a router.


What kind of router bit did you use to do this?

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [11 July - Standing, Fat but slim]
« Reply #42 on: July 13, 2011, 10:34:04 am »
What kind of router bit did you use to do this?



this one, its my best friend for building this thing. And another one i use a lot is the same type but the wheel at the bottom.

Gonna go buy some m4 screws to hold the lcd now :D

p.s. To get back at the if its stable enough so it wont fall point. The cab is really heavy now with these 32" wide panels.
bottom back plate is killer

Time to finish the wheel construction soon.

« Last Edit: July 13, 2011, 10:39:38 am by Martijn »

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [11 July - Standing, Fat but slim]
« Reply #43 on: July 15, 2011, 08:01:40 am »
Little update  :)

I testfitted the lcd and it fitted just as i hoped  :applaud:



And i finished creating the airvent and speaker holes and grill.



Air vent hole




And speaker grill




« Last Edit: July 15, 2011, 08:23:10 am by Martijn »

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [15 July - Lcd Testfitted + Grill]
« Reply #44 on: July 15, 2011, 08:53:16 am »
Awesome.  :applaud:

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [15 July - Lcd Testfitted + Grill]
« Reply #45 on: July 15, 2011, 09:02:18 am »
Looks like you're on the road to another winner!  :applaud:

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [11 July - Standing, Fat but slim]
« Reply #46 on: July 15, 2011, 12:51:43 pm »
That metal mesh stuff you used looks nice.  Anyone have any idea where to get this in US/Canada?  I have looked at local hardware stores but nothing has turned up.

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [11 July - Standing, Fat but slim]
« Reply #47 on: July 15, 2011, 01:17:45 pm »
Anyone have any idea where to get this in US/Canada?  I have looked at local hardware stores but nothing has turned up.

ebay. search "metal grill arcade" or something. I bought some while back.

oh yeah cabinet looks great so far. quick progress too :burgerking:

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [15 July - Lcd Testfitted + Grill]
« Reply #48 on: July 17, 2011, 03:59:47 pm »
Picked up my new speaker set. Logitech Z-2300, i had the same set in my old cabinet. And it sounded super.

The dtt3500 will be shelved for a while  ::)

* Total RMS power: 200 watts RMS
o Satellites: 80 watts RMS (2 x 40W)
o Subwoofer: 120 watts RMS
* Total peak power: 400 watts
* Frequency response: 35Hz - 20kHz
* Amplifier: Ultra-linear, high capacity analog
* Drivers:
o Satellites: 2.5" polished aluminum phase plug driver
o Subwoofer: 8" long-throw ported driver with 6th order bass reflex enclosure
* Speaker dimensions (H x W x D):
o Satellites: 6.75" x 3.5" x 6"
o Subwoofer: 11" x 11" x 15"
* Signal-to-noise ratio @ 1Khz: >100dB
* SoundTouch™ wired remote control:
o Master volume
o Subwoofer volume
o Headphone jack
o Power/Standby




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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [15 July - Lcd Testfitted + Grill]
« Reply #49 on: July 18, 2011, 08:41:35 am »
Small update  ;D

Finished making the wheel system, place 4 wheels in the way you want to move your cab, putting it this way makes it easy to go through doors.



Here you see the wheels not in use and the cabinet is flat on the bottom.


Then i just lift the cab on one side and side in a piece of pine and lock it down with e L holder


This works great and is just to get the cabinet from a to b. When the cabinet is on wheels it has a lot more intention to drop over.
You should be very carefull moving it!



And i installed 2 silent fans for the air grill


Next i worked on the marquee holder top piece.

I measured 6mm plexi gap


Routered out some laminate


made holes on 5 places, i drilled through the mdf and marquee holder


Then add these suckers


I glued them, there was no room to hammer them in ,i was scared it would crack the mdf or laminate
After a few minutes i removed the screws cause maybe the screws would be glued to


And you get this as a result


End shot for today



I am happy it can be moved with wheels now, much more easy to work with in my small space.  :notworthy:



« Last Edit: July 18, 2011, 08:47:39 am by Martijn »

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You are very good at building stuff, man.  :applaud:

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Thanks and here some more i did today.

Installed the subwoofer, it barrely fits  :applaud:


made the second marquee holder, this one is glued


Nice  ;D


Speaker panel mounted


Created a bezel


Routing


Fits perfect !


laminated it


End shot for today


I can almost move this one inside  :applaud:


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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [19 July - Bezel + Speaker panel]
« Reply #53 on: July 19, 2011, 11:49:26 am »
Great progress.  :cheers: Being able to bring it home is a great feeling, but can distract you from getting work done.

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [19 July - Bezel + Speaker panel]
« Reply #54 on: July 19, 2011, 12:11:42 pm »
Loving it! :)

And swift progress... 3wks out from you first post!  :applaud:

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [19 July - Bezel + Speaker panel]
« Reply #55 on: July 19, 2011, 01:44:01 pm »
Hi you 2 ;) and yes going rather fast, thats because i have holiday now and i can now make fast progress. After that very slow progress and in my opinion, when you are full in it you get better results then when you have to find all your tools again..

I also recieved some plexi samples. i think i will go with this one

Gray, 49% Transmission, transparent, UV absorbent, high-gloss surface, 3 mm

http://www.plexiglas-shop.com/NL/en/plexiglas-gs-allround-4aql41br8z4/plexiglas-gs-allround-grey-7c14-gt-dic33ry3pgp~p.html

its strong and very good quality, darkness seems ok to me when i hold it up to my monitor.

Also i been lurking around the ps3 and 360 area. I know its not the right way, but the ps3 scene releases of psn arcade games arent comming out because of the new key encryption.
And for now people can hack games into working on 3.55 firmware, but this will bleed to death i think..
A xbox 360 jtaged one has all the advantages, all the arcade remakes, and full mame (ps3 handles only 60% at the moment, no donkey kong for example)

then there is the point i wanted to include a ps3 webcam behind the plexi for move games, especially shooters like the shoot or time crisis series.

also i have the ps3 and joysticks, but no jtaged 360 (got one here but not working yet, some solder via's are broken off to dump the nand).

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [19 July - Bezel + Speaker panel]
« Reply #56 on: July 19, 2011, 03:17:32 pm »
 :notworthy: :notworthy:
   

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [19 July - Bezel + Speaker panel]
« Reply #57 on: July 22, 2011, 07:01:26 am »
Found some more time this morninge, holiday is almost over..  :o

Did many little things like :

painted a coin box made from a baking bowl




Added a marquee light holder, it will be covered with aluminum


And created a bezel for the speakers for light



painted speakers






laminated the sides


Thats it for today, and some final shots for this day..







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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [22 July - Laminated + Speakers]
« Reply #58 on: July 22, 2011, 10:20:06 am »
Looks great, but also very much like it's going to fall over any minute.  :cheers:

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [22 July - Laminated + Speakers]
« Reply #59 on: July 22, 2011, 11:50:18 am »
On wheels YES! on foot No way (smash tv)

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [22 July - Laminated + Speakers]
« Reply #60 on: July 24, 2011, 03:51:50 pm »
Working on my back panel, it droped  :banghead: so i had to fix it to get it right again, broken piece of laminate and i broke a piece of it when i was routering the speaker grill for the back.

Well i fixed it all in the end. Cut and primed the back speaker/air vent


And extended volume and bass pots







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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [22 July - Laminated + Speakers]
« Reply #61 on: July 24, 2011, 04:42:10 pm »
You are doing such a nice job with your new cab, it's looking amazing.

You've really inspired me to crack on with a upright of my own (Taito HD).

Cant wait to see more!

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [22 July - Laminated + Speakers]
« Reply #62 on: July 25, 2011, 12:53:04 pm »
Thank you Dandare, and good luck with yours. I like the shape already  :applaud:

I found a great deal in a local electronic shop on 30 cm dual ccfl's white, 2 euro a piece, he had only 4 left. I took them all.
They must have be laying there for some time, they have very dusty packing.

And got a free 2.5A 12 volt power block and some alluminum role  :applaud:

« Last Edit: July 25, 2011, 12:58:37 pm by Martijn »

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [22 July - Laminated + Speakers]
« Reply #63 on: July 26, 2011, 12:55:59 pm »
I finished making the back Subwoofer/Airvent Grill  :applaud:

After painting the grill with satin black spray (primed first) i used speaker cloth to wrap it.



I used quick glue to hold it , placing the cloth , clamping it down ( use something soft on the painted side as the clamp would make marks)





Result :



Now it can be placed on the backpiece.

Also got 2 Madcats Street Fighter Fight Pads for controlls for the xbox 360.

I will be using the turbo and directional to analog stick (L/R) Switch as well





« Last Edit: July 26, 2011, 12:59:45 pm by Martijn »

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [26 July - Subwoofer Grill]
« Reply #64 on: July 26, 2011, 02:55:50 pm »
Those pads make for great controls, and you can find them for under 25 bucks each here in the US.  They are great

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [26 July - Subwoofer Grill]
« Reply #65 on: July 26, 2011, 03:40:31 pm »
and so much easier to hack than the regular ones!

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [26 July - Subwoofer Grill]
« Reply #66 on: July 26, 2011, 03:46:06 pm »
yeah, i held them first and felt great, almost a shame to use.. Man up, cut them down  :bat

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [26 July - Subwoofer Grill]
« Reply #67 on: July 29, 2011, 04:13:33 pm »
Did some work.

Installed marquee lights, note overlapping alluminum, they come with on off switches.







They are a lot, 6 x 30cm ccfl. But i remember from my old cabinet i had 2 x 50cm and it wasnt enough.
This cab is 30 cm more wide and if needed i can turn some on or off and even move them, they are with velcrostraps (came with the ccfl)

And started on the Sound, I/O panel



Made a small opening with this bit



And used the router to cut out the rest



Routerd out more space



Then you get this effect






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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [29 July - Marquee Lights]
« Reply #68 on: July 29, 2011, 05:05:30 pm »
 :applaud: Shaping up nicely.

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [29 July - Marquee Lights]
« Reply #69 on: July 30, 2011, 05:07:33 am »
Ruined the volume usb panel  :banghead: i drilled to fast and cracked some laminate, not very noticable, but i know its there, and i have enough materials to redo it.

And finished the back panel







On the last picture you see the speaker grill going till the bottom, thats because with routing the botom latch of mdf broke, it was to thin. i fixed it like this.
I didnt have enough laminate for such a large panel to redo it.
« Last Edit: July 30, 2011, 05:11:56 am by Martijn »

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [29 July - Marquee Lights]
« Reply #70 on: August 01, 2011, 02:47:55 pm »
Not much for update but today my plexi glass came in , now i can finish the bezel.

i ruined nr 2 of sound i/o panel. I didnt check my laminate before applying, apperantly it had all sorts of scratches  :hissy:\
And it came out so nice.. Oh well hope i can redo it again and this time make it even more perfect.

Then there is that 1 gamepad is broken, arrow to the left doesnt work. Hope i can fix it as it was a 2ndhand controller. Lesson here, test before opening  :banghead:

The 2nd gamepad works fine, i was working on something to make the smd small connector for changing 4way to left or right analog stick

Here was the first idea



But i found this little gem, its a strong arcade abuse perfect switch

And works great switching between controlls




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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [29 July - Marquee Lights]
« Reply #71 on: August 07, 2011, 09:03:27 am »
Done some more things, i forgot to add a on off push button for the cabinet, i placed it above the main power switch. Normally i would place it on top, but i always do a full shut down of the cabinet when i dont use it.
This way i just flip the switch and push the button. Tv turns itself on on power detect and goes the last channel. The xbox will boot in 4 seconds or so. So before i am standing it would be ready to play ;)



Also I fitted the plexi for the marquee this weekend and finished the bezel.

Marquee 2 x 3mm plexi highly transparent (Clear: 92 % light transmission), UV absorbent, high-gloss surface, break-resistant


Alluminum h shaped holder and some metal glue



Holder shape , it has 8mm space for the 3mm mdf + 1mm laminate + 3mm plexi  :cheers:



bezel


bezel + plexi + holder


Fits perfect  :applaud: Still has protective plastic on it, ill remove it when its in my home




Started to make a test cp , to get a good idea of the space and layout.

i got some other shapes in mind to try as well.

And i am almost done with the sound i/o panel, turned out well  :)





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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [7 Aug - Plexi Plexi]
« Reply #72 on: August 07, 2011, 11:08:45 am »
Nice.

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [7 Aug - Plexi Plexi]
« Reply #73 on: August 08, 2011, 04:34:16 am »
Sound i/o panel is done, it will be placed below the cp and its angled

Also i made this lpt cable to connect the i/o to the cp





For the i/o panel i first cut the panel to size and laminated it





Then routerd out the laminate and made holes for the panel



Then started to make the cables for the street fighter fight pad, i extended the switch for analog to digital switch (pad,L-stick,R-stick)
And the turbo button and led



Finished



2 x usb, volume and bass control and headphone socket


Led and push button to enable turbo for any action button in 3 different speeds (hold turbo and tap disired action button 1 2 or 3 times ) hold turbo + action button to disable
The led will show if its on or off

And switch (3way) to switch between arrowpad, left stick and right stick


backside


Lpt socket goes to cp







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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [8 Aug - Volume I/O Panel Done]
« Reply #74 on: August 08, 2011, 11:51:45 am »
Real nice.   8)

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [8 Aug - Volume I/O Panel Done]
« Reply #75 on: August 08, 2011, 02:00:13 pm »
My god that is a thing of beauty. I wish I had the skill, know how, tools, space, and materials to make something like that!  ;D
Pictures are overrated anyway.

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [8 Aug - Volume I/O Panel Done]
« Reply #76 on: August 08, 2011, 02:22:14 pm »
Looking great! Where did you get the Volume knob if I may ask?

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [8 Aug - Volume I/O Panel Done]
« Reply #77 on: August 08, 2011, 03:18:27 pm »
Thanks  :) Its just the volume knob from the z2300 speaker set painted black :)




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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [8 Aug - Volume I/O Panel Done]
« Reply #78 on: August 09, 2011, 01:55:23 pm »
Netjes man, weer een top cabinet errug professioneel!! en bedankt voor de klushandel link nu kan ik mn MK cab eens even een frisse look geven :D

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Re: Scratch Slim Marvel vs Capcom [8 Aug - Volume I/O Panel Done]
« Reply #79 on: August 14, 2011, 03:16:36 pm »
Thanx  ;)

Didnt find much time this week to work in the storage on the cab, but did some electronics instead.

messy testsetup


Found myself a nice jtaggable console  :applaud: These things are hard to find in good shape.
This xbox has only run for 5 hours from the previous owner. Its a old xenon type xbox 360, so it doenst have HDMI, but i still have from my old xbox a kick ass quality Monster Xbox 360 Component cable



It came only with optical , so i soldered stereo pluggs to the mainboard.

Then i also soldered

-The nand-x controller for jtag
-12 volt for large 3.5 inch hdd compatabilty
-removed the risistor microsoft uses to disable jtag with an update
-extended powercable for the dvd drive
-added some fans

The xbox is running fine now and i am installing and trying all sorts of software.
Also did some stress testing with all the extra fans, its keeping it cool (dont want a rrod)



Replaced main fan with this


Additional fans (added some resistors to them to keep them silent)


Extended power, sata, hdd and audio connecor


2TB hdd, way overkill i know. but they are so cheap atm, its 5400 rpm low power consumption and silent


This hdd had some known error with possible data missing, there was a firmware update for it. Make sure if you get one you check it before using.

I also tested the speakers for the stereo sound, it produced a hum and little buzzing. Good thing i tried this first before mouting it into the cabinet. I rewired some GROUND wires and its gone now  :applaud:
« Last Edit: August 15, 2011, 07:52:56 am by Martijn »

  
 

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