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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #760 on: January 10, 2017, 02:08:51 pm »
Just wondering where the custom tokens were sourced? They are very nice along with the rest of the build.

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #761 on: January 10, 2017, 02:56:18 pm »
Just wondering where the custom tokens were sourced? They are very nice along with the rest of the build.

Those are not customs, he said earlier (don't remember the page though) that they were leftover tokens...

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #762 on: January 10, 2017, 06:52:44 pm »
Just wondering where the custom tokens were sourced? They are very nice along with the rest of the build.

Those are not customs, he said earlier (don't remember the page though) that they were leftover tokens...

OK thanks, I figured since the name of the tokens matched the name in the Marquee that they were custom.

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #763 on: January 10, 2017, 09:59:36 pm »

Hey Chance. I'm just talking with a printer now to see about getting the PDF plan printed out and he's saying "The PDF file is setup at a standard A1 size (841mm x 594mm)".
He's wondering what size I want it enlarged to and I'm not sure about this.

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Re: Project Code Name: Overambitious
« Reply #764 on: January 10, 2017, 10:25:37 pm »
Just wondering where the custom tokens were sourced? They are very nice along with the rest of the build.

Those are not customs, he said earlier (don't remember the page though) that they were leftover tokens...

OK thanks, I figured since the name of the tokens matched the name in the Marquee that they were custom.

You are correct. The tokens came from Disney back when they had a Tron themed arcade that closed down a couple years ago.  The marquee is a close up shot of one of the same tokens that I found, cleaned up, and had to rebuild one side of. Just gettin' clever with what I had available. :D


Hey Chance. I'm just talking with a printer now to see about getting the PDF plan printed out and he's saying "The PDF file is setup at a standard A1 size (841mm x 594mm)".
He's wondering what size I want it enlarged to and I'm not sure about this.

Um, PDF should be 1-1 when the original file is printed on a large format printer. They should not have to modify the document size at all.

From post#22 of this thread, here are the rough measures of the cab. Before it was refined for the CnC.

I can check the exact measurement of a particular dimension if you need a point of reference as well.


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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #765 on: January 10, 2017, 10:27:51 pm »
Hey Chance, what do you suggest regarding trying to reduce the sodium in my diet?
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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #766 on: January 10, 2017, 10:48:14 pm »
Hey Chance, what do you suggest regarding trying to reduce the sodium in my diet?

Simple. Eat less sodium.



Thanks for that Chase. Yeah I found them and sent them to him and said if you expand it evenly until the back edge hits the 5'4" mark we should be right. Hope he can handle it.

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #767 on: January 10, 2017, 11:35:41 pm »

Just thought id mention this PDF is only 33 by 23 inches in both my and the printers pdf viewers. It cant be 1:1 lol. Not that I'm complaining or anything its still a huge help as is.

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #768 on: January 11, 2017, 10:03:23 am »
Huh, thats odd, I could have sworn the PDF was to scale.

No worries, I have updated the download package to include a 1-to-1 scale PDF document for better printing on large format printers.  I've amended the old attachment to "Version 2.0" found here:  http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,135116.msg1473385.html#msg1473385

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #769 on: January 11, 2017, 10:46:49 am »
See how he ignores me?

Hey Chance, who should I pick this weekend, Dallas or Green Bay?
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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #770 on: January 12, 2017, 02:24:51 am »
Cowboys, 27-24 fo sho.

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #771 on: January 12, 2017, 07:54:50 am »
Cowboys, 27-24 fo sho.
We are no longer homies.
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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #772 on: January 13, 2017, 09:24:42 pm »

Insert noob question here.. lol. I edited this out coz I found the answers to my questions while you were away... :)
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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #773 on: January 17, 2017, 05:44:28 pm »
Hey Chance, AWESOME build man. One question though, when you wired up the dual LEDs for the joystick lights, how did you connect them to the controller? Did you wore them in series to one (or 3 RGB) output? Or did you wire them to separate channels that have the same color setting at all times?


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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #774 on: January 17, 2017, 06:56:25 pm »
Hey Chance, looks like you were wrong on that Cowboys pick. Who do you like this weekend? Let me know so I can bet accordingly.
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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #775 on: January 20, 2017, 01:53:03 pm »
Chance, great build. 

I'm thinking about a 32" TV like you and I was wondering if you feel like you missed out on anything with the TV being 720p or gained anything with it being 120Hz?  I know the games are much lower in resolution but I'm planning on using the simulated widescreen bezels on mine and they were almost photorealistic on my 1080p monitor. 

Also, is this TV able to turn itself on after detecting a signal like a computer monitor?  Is there a specific feature I need to look for in shopping for these monitors?

Thanks for answering my questions.

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #776 on: January 21, 2017, 09:34:36 pm »
Chance, great build. 

I'm thinking about a 32" TV like you and I was wondering if you feel like you missed out on anything with the TV being 720p or gained anything with it being 120Hz?  I know the games are much lower in resolution but I'm planning on using the simulated widescreen bezels on mine and they were almost photorealistic on my 1080p monitor. 

Also, is this TV able to turn itself on after detecting a signal like a computer monitor?  Is there a specific feature I need to look for in shopping for these monitors?
Honestly no, i chose a TV based on how it looked off angle, i wanted to make sure if people were playing on the 3 or 4 player spots that they could still see a decent picture.  Unless there is a feature that you really feel you need, don't over think it too much.  Also, this TV wasn't turning on when detecting signals, so i soldered a lead to the solder side of the power button PCB and ran it to the power button panel i had on the back of the CP.




Hey Chance, looks like you were wrong on that Cowboys pick. Who do you like this weekend? Let me know so I can bet accordingly.
 
I'm not always right.

Pats and Falcons for the win, with Pats winning on the 5th.

Hey Chance, AWESOME build man. One question though, when you wired up the dual LEDs for the joystick lights, how did you connect them to the controller? Did you wore them in series to one (or 3 RGB) output? Or did you wire them to separate channels that have the same color setting at all times?

Thanks! I wired the two of them up together and into one channel so they were always the same colour. So each stick only needs one channel.


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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #777 on: January 27, 2017, 12:34:05 am »

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #778 on: January 27, 2017, 01:04:31 am »
crazy resemblance...
http://www.paradoxarcades.com/intro/

Yep, he uses my design for his cabs that he builds and sells.  Kinda cool actually :D

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« Reply #779 on: January 27, 2017, 12:17:34 pm »
Yep, he uses my design for his cabs that he builds and sells.  Kinda cool actually :D
Your design?

You mean jarrett's design , right?
Your entire cab is based on his form factor.
Considering Jarrett never actually built it, I guess it's safe to say the design belongs to the community. :-)
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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #780 on: January 27, 2017, 01:11:22 pm »
Yep, he uses my design for his cabs that he builds and sells.  Kinda cool actually :D
Your design?

You mean jarrett's design , right?
Your entire cab is based on his form factor.
Considering Jarrett never actually built it, I guess it's safe to say the design belongs to the community. :-)

Did Jarrett design the whole cabinet or just the CP?  I remember seeing the CP mock-up but not a cabinet.

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« Reply #781 on: January 30, 2017, 02:12:48 pm »
The only thing taken (and rightly credited) from Jarrett's design is the shape of the control panel top, which I then modified for button placement to my own hands, and the joystick lighting rings I designed. This is why that part of the cab is not included in the downloadable plans I have made available in this thread.

The dimensions, layout, functions, etc of the cabinet are my own design with some cad help from HaRuMaN who added the corner radius and 4 slope for the control panel ledge. Those are the plans I have made free to the community. The inner panels I have left out of said plans for community interpretation and evolution of the design.

These are facts that can be obtained if you simply read the fist post of the thread where I give credit where credit is due. Then also see the subsequent posts in this thread where I show my work.

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #782 on: January 30, 2017, 11:38:53 pm »
Sorry for bringing this up.   Didn't mean to spin up the wheel for some axe grinding :(

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« Reply #783 on: January 30, 2017, 11:48:53 pm »
^ Its alright. Whenever Chance posts that happens anyway.

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« Reply #784 on: January 31, 2017, 01:09:01 am »
Sorry for bringing this up.   Didn't mean to spin up the wheel for some axe grinding :(

Not at all a problem :)  if anything I should be doing more to help promote his business.

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« Reply #785 on: February 22, 2017, 09:08:06 pm »
Hello, I was piddling around with the idea of building a cab, and was working on some plans and was trying to get dimensions from your pictures and the few actual numbers you have posted. However I'm running into issues where some of my numbers aren't quite lining up and was hoping I could get a few concrete measurements from you?

If possible could I please get the width of the CP Base, the height of the cab, and the height and width of the speaker panel? Those should clear up the issues I'm having.

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #786 on: February 23, 2017, 06:03:59 pm »
These are straight from the CAD file :)  On my cab I did all the front and rear panels 32" wide (Same as Chance).

In this post he listed rough dimensions of the CP base
http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,135116.msg1499869.html#msg1499869
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« Reply #787 on: February 23, 2017, 07:47:22 pm »
Awesome, that helps out a lot, thank you very much!

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« Reply #788 on: February 24, 2017, 05:16:12 am »
Thanks Scott!

(Sorry i didn't get to this sooner, i'm out of town till tomorrow.)

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« Reply #789 on: March 20, 2017, 07:21:31 pm »
Hey Chance,


First up, you were truly an inspiration on my build. it's far from what you achieve but hey I'm still happy with my first ''handwork'' project.
PS: the IL boutton now comes with that little hole on the side for the LED. thanks for that!!!!:P


But I have one issue with the brightness of all my leds that you can help me out maybe.

I have the same item as you....
https://paradisearcadeshop.com/button-leds/1835-il-lumination-rgb-5vdc-led-rev-a.html
combine with
https://paradisearcadeshop.com/buttons-il-industrias-lorenzo/809-il-psl-l-translucent-with-black-concave-plunger.html

Are your photos taken with lights off ???
My buttons are simple not glowing !!! I'm connected via the power source of my Ipac ultimate and I simply don't get a quarter of your photos.
I can add pics if you want but I simply get a glare of the leds and need to look at it from the top (90 degres) to get a descent result.

I tried wrapped the bottom of the buttons with tape but didn't help.

Any comeback from your end will be appreciated.


Thanks

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« Reply #790 on: March 22, 2017, 08:07:36 am »
Hey!

Thanks for the kind words on the build :)

I'm really not sure what the issue could be. How are you controlling the lights? What are you using to power them? How are they wired up? Most of my pictures were taken with the lights on. And my buttons are pretty bright. Pictures would be great.

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« Reply #791 on: June 30, 2017, 03:22:08 pm »
Can I ask where you got your speaker grill from? I apologize if you've already answered this question.  Thanks

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« Reply #792 on: July 09, 2017, 01:24:00 pm »
Hey Chance (or anyone), do you have any more specific I instructions on where exactly to attach the cleats to the large side panels, especially the top section for the marquee? So I'm not just winging that part. Thank you!

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« Reply #793 on: July 10, 2017, 08:20:37 pm »
Can I ask where you got your speaker grill from? I apologize if you've already answered this question.  Thanks
No worries!  The Speaker grills came from Parts Express.

https://www.parts-express.com/steel-mesh-2-piece-grill-for-6-speaker-black--260-418

They have a number of options now. I'd check out their site.

Hey Chance (or anyone), do you have any more specific I instructions on where exactly to attach the cleats to the large side panels, especially the top section for the marquee? So I'm not just winging that part. Thank you!
 

I winged it myself. There wasn't really any manual or blue prints to that part, or the base of the control panel. I just built it second by section, pre planning how I wanted things to be. Thats kinda the beauty of this design. A good foundation to start with and then ample room to make it your own for your own needs. I've seen a number of variants on the cab now that did away with simple things i needed, and simplified things that i over engineered (like the back panel).

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« Reply #794 on: July 11, 2017, 09:44:09 am »
Chance,

Had you considered a pedestal at any point instead of a cabinet based on the Control Panel and screen size? Typically most control panels I see that large are being used in a Pedestal type setup.

Just wanted your thoughts on that,  I want a similarly sized control panel but had not considered a cabinet.

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« Reply #795 on: July 12, 2017, 12:16:02 pm »
Chance,

Had you considered a pedestal at any point instead of a cabinet based on the Control Panel and screen size? Typically most control panels I see that large are being used in a Pedestal type setup.

Just wanted your thoughts on that,  I want a similarly sized control panel but had not considered a cabinet.

I didn't. Honestly, i can't think of a single time where i though to go that route. I guess for me the focus was playing games like Konami Simpsons, Metal Slug, and DK. All games that I only ever saw in cabinets. I think thats also the genesis of where my design came from. I wanted the screen hight from my childhood playing Simpsons, but at the initial inset of this project i knew little to nothing about CRT's in relation to the arcade world and gaming and had very little space to work with where i was living. I was struggling with the challenge of the overall form factor and as i was doing my research i found there were a few notable "out of the box" options like Ond's Metropolis. In the end I really didn't see anything avalible for side profile designs i loved, and also found it to be one of those things that everyone made up themselves, with some getting beached on.   If you talk a look at the 3rd post in this thread, i had a profile and layout that i wanted to adhere to, but i wanted to make it my own. 

Soon after realizing a vast majority of the overall design was building off of the best parts of other cabinets i'd researched, i decided to make the plans free for anyone who wanted to use them. After consulting with HaRuMaN, i commissioned him to take my rough plans into CAD for use on a CnC. He thankfully added a few additions to the side profiles like rounded corners, and a 4 tilt to the control panel mounting surface. Then we did a little back and forth on the button layout to go on Jarrett's CP top design.

In the end this project rests on the shoulders of those who are noted in the first post. All of them. I added a few little things of my own over time, and in the end this is what i was left with.   A couple notable things i would have done differently are the back panel design, (which i learned could have been MUCH more simple from the actual cabinets i would go on to restore), as well as the display glass where i should in retrospect have used tinted plexi.

  
 

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