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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #880 on: February 13, 2013, 11:50:39 am »
Just now found time to watch the video all the way through.
Excellent job!
Really love the way you are rotating the monitor.
 :applaud: :applaud: :applaud: :applaud:

Thanks brother, I'm really happy with the way it performs and the fact that I stuck with the direct drive solution, much cheaper and much more reliable over time as there is less to break.

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #881 on: February 19, 2013, 04:34:43 pm »
This 'my friend' is the DOPEST THING I'VE EVER SEEN!!
Mad respect on this project and detail put into this post.
You just made me the most jealous person alive.

WOW!

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #882 on: February 19, 2013, 04:39:55 pm »
"Chark"

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Welcome, my friend!
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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #883 on: February 23, 2013, 09:34:51 am »
Truly amazing work.
Again like the Lil Ms. Pac Man the ideas are just fantastic.
So many great ideas.
Love the ambient lighting.

Where did you get the material for your speaker grills ?
Does it have a specific name ?


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Re: Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #884 on: February 23, 2013, 10:04:08 am »
Truly amazing work.
Again like the Lil Ms. Pac Man the ideas are just fantastic.
So many great ideas.
Love the ambient lighting.

Where did you get the material for your speaker grills ?
Does it have a specific name ?

Thanks mike. I think I got it from Amazon can't remember but I think its called perferated aluminum

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #885 on: February 23, 2013, 10:17:20 am »
Your work has inspired me, truly has.
My wife and I welcome our first child this year and I'm quite happy with my man cave as is.....................BUT..........................I always like working on stuff.
My man cave is here : http://imgur.com/a/i4WD2#0
HOWEVER I have two projects outside I need to complete, a possible Bad Dudes cabinet and a Final Fight.
I had planned on trying some Cold Cathode tubes that require 12V to be used as ground effects.
Your work has inspired me, I'm actually doing my homework on eBay now regarding lighting, controllers, dimmers, etc. (It's all new to me)

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #886 on: February 23, 2013, 02:06:13 pm »
Cold cathodes are the bomb.  I'm using them all over my cab...from the marquee to under the cab.

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #887 on: February 24, 2013, 12:33:02 pm »
Thanks for the info AJ.
I'm all stoked to do some cosmetic light mods now to my 2 projects in the garage.
I actually bought my cold cathodes  to mount behind a Nintendo sign, but later thought it would be cool to add
them on the lil toe kick area on the bottom of a cabinet.
Never  thought about marquee lighting, I like that its all 12V.

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #888 on: February 24, 2013, 10:40:45 pm »
Check my build thread.  I had an art problem (basically, the standard light shined like crap), so I used CCFLs on the marquee since I had a 12V source right there anyway for my amp.  I also have them under the cab which is bitchen. 

http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,117977.0/all.html

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Thanks for the info AJ.
I'm all stoked to do some cosmetic light mods now to my 2 projects in the garage.
I actually bought my cold cathodes  to mount behind a Nintendo sign, but later thought it would be cool to add
them on the lil toe kick area on the bottom of a cabinet.
Never  thought about marquee lighting, I like that its all 12V.

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Re: Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #889 on: February 24, 2013, 11:48:09 pm »
Hey stop jacking my thread, go build your own cabinet :o


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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #890 on: March 17, 2013, 06:12:48 pm »
Good job I built those seats into the foot well

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #891 on: March 18, 2013, 07:33:05 am »
Good job I built those seats into the foot well



 :whap    way to give up her hiding place for hide and seek Griff    :bat

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #892 on: May 10, 2013, 02:51:43 pm »
Revisiting the control panel a little. I never got around to wiring up the LED under-panel dust washers that I built into the panel. Finally came back and wired them up and set them to just slowly fade through different colors, it's a nice subtle effect that definitely adds to the overall look.

Camera makes it look brighter than it is in RL


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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #893 on: May 28, 2013, 04:39:13 pm »
In my ongoing vow not to neglect my original cab and keep adding to it, I purchased a major upgrade today with the hope of installing it at a later date, the mega daddy of all 4:3 LCD screens a Planar WS231 23.1" beasty.



The panels in these screens are typically used in medical, boating and military applications, but the Planar monitor used it too. The thing is a beast weighing 40lbs, but it has a nice 160 degree viewing angle and 1600x1200 native resolution.

The idea is to transplant this into the Revolution cab at some point to maximize the playing area and stick to the more traditional 4:3 aspect ratio.

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #894 on: May 28, 2013, 05:00:47 pm »
AHH finally we might get to see some more work on what is simply my all time fave Cab.  :notworthy:

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #895 on: August 26, 2013, 10:16:55 am »
I finally got around to having a look at this build. Definitely Hall of Fame. That 2nd monitor, for VR pinball, is certainly tempting...must resist...

Congrats, Griff.  :applaud:
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Re: Scratch build - Marvel vs Capcom: Revolution - Art applied
« Reply #896 on: December 06, 2013, 09:31:39 am »
Rotation motor upgrade came in today

As you can see it's considerably beefier than the older motor, it turns at 10rpm and is a 12v motor with a torque of 14kg/cm



As I didn't do many photos of the direct drive build the first time I figured I should take a few during the rebuild.

Here's the back of the monitor showing the old drive collar screwed into the monitor casing at the center of the Lazy Susan baring


I bought a new set of mounting brackets and collars to fit the larger diameter motor and driveshaft, I got these from Pololu although the motor itself was from eBay


New collar in place with a set screw for position


6 M4 screws holding this in place, this aint going anywhere


For the mount screws and D-Shaft collar screw I'm going to use heavy duty thread lock


The motor in place with a large M4 screw driven into the collar thread rather than the tiny little alan key jobbies that come with the collar.


On my monitor support platform I drill my mounting holes for the lazy susan baring and the clearance hole for the motor.


Here's another view of the underside of the monitor platform. You can see the USB Pololu controller that drives the motor, the 12v power supply and the wiring for the two limit switches that stop the rotation.


Bracket mount bent flat to secure the motor to the underside of the monitor platform and the lazy susan screws bolted in nice and tight, all done


All that was left to do was wire the new motor to the screw terminals on the motor control board and we are ready to test.


Nice and stable movement, solid stopping and braking at a nice precise angle in vertical and horizontal planes. The microphone on the phone's video camera makes it sound like the monitor is slamming into the switches but it's really quite subtle, more of a positive 'click'.  A big improvement.  :applaud:

Hi,

First off, this is simply amazing - what a build!

I had actuallly planned to to a fixed horizontal monitor cab until I stumbled across your rotation tests  on Youtube.
This really has inspired me and I have decided to make and attempt at copying your rotation rig.

I have a few questions that I'm hoping you'll reply to:

Regarding  the Motor Controller:
Could this be powered by the PC's 12V PSU and not a separate one?
Do you remember the make and model of the PSU you went with?

Regarding the Motor Controller:
Looking at Pololu's website it can be ordered with different amp's from anywhere between 7A - 25A's
Could you let me know what you went with?

Regarding the Lazy Susan bearing and the driveshaft motor collar:
How were they fixed - I see the screws and the mentioning of lock thread, but did you drill new holes on the back of the monitor for these?
(I assume that is what you did, but I'm thinking there would be a chance of drilling or screwing into somehing important-ish)

-Thanks in advance, Nanoflower
« Last Edit: December 06, 2013, 09:37:25 am by nanoflower »

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Re: Scratch build - Marvel vs Capcom: Revolution - Art applied
« Reply #897 on: December 06, 2013, 11:49:26 am »
Regarding  the Motor Controller:
Could this be powered by the PC's 12V PSU and not a separate one?
Do you remember the make and model of the PSU you went with?

Regarding the Motor Controller:
Looking at Pololu's website it can be ordered with different amp's from anywhere between 7A - 25A's
Could you let me know what you went with?

Regarding the Lazy Susan bearing and the driveshaft motor collar:
How were they fixed - I see the screws and the mentioning of lock thread, but did you drill new holes on the back of the monitor for these?
(I assume that is what you did, but I'm thinking there would be a chance of drilling or screwing into somehing important-ish)


Hi there,

Yes I think you should be able to drive the motor with the Computer's PSU, just make sure you have a good quality PSU so the Amp draw doesn't start making your computer crash from the load of running the motor. The dedicated power supply I used was from Amazon for about $20, cant remember the exact brand.

I bought this controller - #1373 Pololu Simple Motor Controller 18v7 = $31.95

Yes I drilled into the housing of the monitor, probably best to do this with it removed to be safe, I didn't myself but I'ma bit mad like that sometimes.

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Re: Scratch build - Marvel vs Capcom: Revolution - Art applied
« Reply #898 on: December 06, 2013, 01:25:07 pm »
Regarding  the Motor Controller:
Could this be powered by the PC's 12V PSU and not a separate one?
Do you remember the make and model of the PSU you went with?

Regarding the Motor Controller:
Looking at Pololu's website it can be ordered with different amp's from anywhere between 7A - 25A's
Could you let me know what you went with?

Regarding the Lazy Susan bearing and the driveshaft motor collar:
How were they fixed - I see the screws and the mentioning of lock thread, but did you drill new holes on the back of the monitor for these?
(I assume that is what you did, but I'm thinking there would be a chance of drilling or screwing into somehing important-ish)


Hi there,

Yes I think you should be able to drive the motor with the Computer's PSU, just make sure you have a good quality PSU so the Amp draw doesn't start making your computer crash from the load of running the motor. The dedicated power supply I used was from Amazon for about $20, cant remember the exact brand.

I bought this controller - #1373 Pololu Simple Motor Controller 18v7 = $31.95

Yes I drilled into the housing of the monitor, probably best to do this with it removed to be safe, I didn't myself but I'ma bit mad like that sometimes.

Hi, thank you for replying.

I'm still a bit confused about the Pololu Controller  ???
Have a look at their site there is a drop down that let you choose from: 7 A, 12 A, 15 A, 23 A and 25A
http://www.pololu.com/product/1373
In an earlier post you mention a script that you are tweaking in order to fine tune the rotation, could you provide some more info on this or a link maybe that'll allow me to read up on this (I assume this is a bat file or some other executable of sorts that Hyperlaunch will execute)

Apologies for bombing you - but I'm a completely new to this, and your clean and simple approach to this mechanism has really intrigued me.
I really love the fact that you left out the noisy gears, belt drives and what not.

Thanks, Nano
« Last Edit: December 06, 2013, 01:27:41 pm by nanoflower »

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #899 on: December 06, 2013, 01:31:49 pm »
7A will be fine, it's only a single small motor.

There are examples on the Pololu site of how to run the controller with the supplied software, also command line options so you can write a simple script to control the motor that way. It's been a long time since I did that, but if you're going to build one of these units then you owe it to yourself to get into it and learn it so you understand what is going on.

The key thing when buying a motor is to get one with a native output speed close to the RPM that you want your monitor to turn at (I found between 6RPM and 10RPM to be ideal) don't get something faster and then try and reduce the speed by software as you lose all your torque and that's what you really need to rotate the screen.

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #900 on: December 06, 2013, 03:10:55 pm »
Regarding the lazy susan, I fixed a piece of wood to the monitor via the vesa mount holes and then fixed the lazy susan and collar to that.

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #901 on: December 06, 2013, 11:27:50 pm »
WANT !!!   :applaud:

Jason

In my ongoing vow not to neglect my original cab and keep adding to it, I purchased a major upgrade today with the hope of installing it at a later date, the mega daddy of all 4:3 LCD screens a Planar WS231 23.1" beasty.



The panels in these screens are typically used in medical, boating and military applications, but the Planar monitor used it too. The thing is a beast weighing 40lbs, but it has a nice 160 degree viewing angle and 1600x1200 native resolution.

The idea is to transplant this into the Revolution cab at some point to maximize the playing area and stick to the more traditional 4:3 aspect ratio.
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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #902 on: December 13, 2013, 10:05:31 am »
i don't understand ...

the new big 4:3 planar monitor is for the playfield (main screen) or in place  of the 15" Backglass and Marquees screen ?

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #903 on: March 24, 2014, 04:25:31 pm »
7A will be fine, it's only a single small motor (...)

Hi again, could you possibly tell how thick the foam board you used for the round bezel on the monitor is?

and

what is the 2nd mask that lies on top of the foam board printed on?

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #904 on: September 21, 2015, 07:24:44 pm »
Hello im new to this and i got to say DAMN this look so fine. I was just wondering if the original poster can share the cabinet template(to print at kinko or staple and the side art dimension template so i can design and built my own. I will modify a little bot to my taste. I have a few great ideas after seeing this but i want to base of this cabinet and change some detail. Please if i have to pay for the plan with template im more than happy to. Thank you.

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« Reply #905 on: September 21, 2015, 08:45:04 pm »
He's long gone pal, I suggest you do some research and design your own. I bet you can come up with something cool and original on your own. 

This isn't directed at you specifically,  but lately this place has become Clone your own arcade controls not Build your own arcade controls.

Good luck with your build and welcome to the forum.

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« Reply #906 on: September 21, 2015, 10:03:59 pm »
 Griffin no longer checks in here. I suggest you use what's available here as a template to try to roll your own.
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« Reply #907 on: September 21, 2015, 10:49:42 pm »
Thanks for reply. I will try my best to come up with my own but base of these great design. I would help tremendously if i can start from this less error and cost. If any of you have any link to a printable plan or more addvice about cabinet please link me thank you.

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« Reply #908 on: September 21, 2015, 10:52:05 pm »
Thanks for reply. I will try my best to come up with my own but base of these great design. I would help tremendously if i can start from this less error and cost. If any of you have any link to a printable plan or more addvice about cabinet please link me thank you.
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« Reply #909 on: September 21, 2015, 10:56:09 pm »
thanks i did sent him a massages.

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Re: Scratch - Marvel v Capcom: Revolution - Complete with tour video
« Reply #910 on: September 22, 2015, 06:39:47 am »
Sorry guys no template here either, been meaning to measure it for other people but never got around to it  :embarassed:

EDIT
Here is my artwork files if they're any good to anyone https://mega.nz/#F!QcEjgQDQ!NozOLlWde91QwK8RzFJ2eg
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« Reply #911 on: March 10, 2019, 07:49:34 pm »
I am just curious if this creator is still around? I'd love to talk to him about this.

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« Reply #912 on: March 10, 2019, 08:56:01 pm »
Griff has left this place largely behind and moved on to other forums. You can post some more to enable your PMs and then shoot him a note. I think he still gets the emails