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« Reply #800 on: December 11, 2017, 06:55:09 pm »
Next i tackled mounting the CP.  I'm pretty proud of this part of the design. Simple, basic and it also doubles as a rail to hold the display glass. I wasn't planning on drilling through the side panels, but for something that needed to be as sturdy as the CP mount i made an exception. Six 3" deck screws later...



Here's a closeup of the rabbit i put on the edge to hold the display glass. I made sure it was a couple millimetres lower then the side panel CP outcroppings. this way i can have a snug fit with the CP and the side panels in case theres any warping in the wood, now or down the road.




Hey Chance, a couple questions.
1. What is the height of your marquee? I'm trying to decide if I want to raise the cleats in the marquee area and make the top part flush in order to give me some more height or just leave it with a little space on top (which I think looks better).  What is the standard marquee hight? 6" and if so, does include the parts covered by the L-bracket?
2. When it comes to the rabbit you put on the edge to hold the display glass, is that only because you used display glass instead of the plexi? For example, I may end up using dark grey plexi 1/4" for my display.  If so, do you think I would still need the rabbit as a placer for the plexi? I'm guessing that's better than drilling in the plexi? Is that typically how the plexi or display glass is placed? Thanks

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #801 on: December 13, 2017, 12:15:17 am »
Hey!

First off, yeah, i'd most definitly go with smoked plexi over glass. a nice sheet of ¼" should do well.

The height of the marquee in its brackets is just a little past 7", I know home depot has a couple sizes of that black metal bracket i used. This was the 1", but ¾" will work just as well and is what i use on some of my restorations like i did with my Robotron. the actual marquee plastic is i think 7", but that gap is covered by the brackets. There is no standard size for a marquee. I've got some pretty odd sizes in my collection, and theres even more out there. I just made it that tall because anything larger looked silly in my 3D sketches.  I did consider to switch the bracket to ¾" after i had bought that 1" by accident. but i didn't mind the way it looked.



I think its typical to have something that holds the display surface in place. Most actual arcade cabinets have some sor of edge or groove holding it in place. I'd still go with the rabbet. In fact here is a good resource for making rabbets.  The one thing i would have added is a cutout so that i could easily remove the glass/plexi. I've shown that in the picture below as a red marking. I've needed to remove the glass a couple times and this would have just made it a TON more easy. as it stands right now i have a couple small strips of thin black ribbon under the glass so i can lift it up, which isn't ideal. 


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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #802 on: December 13, 2017, 12:36:02 am »
Hey!

First off, yeah, i'd most definitly go with smoked plexi over glass. a nice sheet of ¼" should do well.

The height of the marquee in its brackets is just a little past 7", I know home depot has a couple sizes of that black metal bracket i used. This was the 1", but ¾" will work just as well and is what i use on some of my restorations like i did with my Robotron. the actual marquee plastic is i think 7", but that gap is covered by the brackets. There is no standard size for a marquee. I've got some pretty odd sizes in my collection, and theres even more out there. I just made it that tall because anything larger looked silly in my 3D sketches.  I did consider to switch the bracket to ¾" after i had bought that 1" by accident. but i didn't mind the way it looked.



I think its typical to have something that holds the display surface in place. Most actual arcade cabinets have some sor of edge or groove holding it in place. I'd still go with the rabbet. In fact here is a good resource for making rabbets.  The one thing i would have added is a cutout so that i could easily remove the glass/plexi. I've shown that in the picture below as a red marking. I've needed to remove the glass a couple times and this would have just made it a TON more easy. as it stands right now i have a couple small strips of thin black ribbon under the glass so i can lift it up, which isn't ideal. 


   Ok Jennifer will bite on this....Why would you most definitely go with smoked plexy over glass?

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« Reply #803 on: December 13, 2017, 12:58:48 am »
Ok Jennifer will bite on this....Why would you most definitely go with smoked plexy over glass?

...Why do you have to quote the whole post if you're posting right after?  haha :)

Plexi over glass is simple, Weight, cost, clarity.  Plexi weighs less then glass, costs less then glass, and unless you buy higher end glass you'll avoid blemishes in plexi like you see in glass.   Glass was great (kinda) in older arcade cabinets when plexi was expensive, but now, and especially for home use plexi is the clear winner.  Even when it comes to older games, unless it was originally glass, i'd rather have plexi as it can be repaired by simply polishing with Novis.

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« Reply #804 on: December 13, 2017, 01:15:07 am »
Ok Jennifer will bite on this....Why would you most definitely go with smoked plexy over glass?

...Why do you have to quote the whole post if you're posting right after?  haha :)

Plexi over glass is simple, Weight, cost, clarity.  Plexi weighs less then glass, costs less then glass, and unless you buy higher end glass you'll avoid blemishes in plexi like you see in glass.   Glass was great (kinda) in older arcade cabinets when plexi was expensive, but now, and especially for home use plexi is the clear winner.  Even when it comes to older games, unless it was originally glass, i'd rather have plexi as it can be repaired by simply polishing with Novis.
  I have never seen a piece of plexy worth saving, Especially in smoky abusive, environments, glass IMO would be a far better choice on a machine called overambitious....In other news, I watched your pinball unboxing video.... And OMG, did I laugh, and laugh , and then your buddy was all like scratching his butt out in the warehouse parking lot. So I would laugh again. :laugh2:

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« Reply #805 on: December 13, 2017, 02:51:42 am »
I have a Donkey Kong 3 plexy that was marred in a bad way and took to novis like a pro.  Pretty much any marquee i've had that wasn't glass, same deal.

Whats the time stamp of him scratching his ass? If it was Josh i'd like to frame a shot of that and give it to him as a gag xmas gift, hahaha  :lol

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« Reply #806 on: December 13, 2017, 12:21:34 pm »
   Plexy always looks dry, scratchy, and just has a flimsy cheap look, polish may save the day for a bit, but in a less than tolerant environment, at best would be short lived and a mere stop gap in the quality to which the rest of the machine is built (IMO).... Your video was quite long (but worth every moment ;D) so a timestamp would be hard to find, It was early on before you got it, standing in the parking lot, and wondering what to do. Oh yes do A scratch, scratch  loop, scratch, scratch loop vid, it would be awesome. Thx for that vid however, that was fun times.

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« Reply #807 on: December 15, 2017, 08:52:07 am »
Thank you for this thread. 
The time consumed just putting information in it alone is staggering.  (I've done it for other projects and really understand)
On top of that - a great build.  Really fantastic in every way.  You have great vision.

Very inspirational and great content all around.
I'm in the 'testing' phase myself and should be picking up plywood in the next week or two.
Thanks again - truly exceptional!
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« Reply #808 on: December 15, 2017, 08:54:28 am »
Thanks Bob!
If you end up having any questions just post them here and i'll do my best to answer. :)

Good luck with your build!

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« Reply #809 on: December 22, 2017, 12:59:00 am »
I don't know chance I think you did right by getting glass. I went plexi like you said and after six months And a few cleanings it's scratched and looks like ass. I ordered some novus so I'll try that. I live in the desert so dust is an issue I should have used a can of air and then clean it. The fine dust particles did a number on mine.


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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #810 on: December 22, 2017, 01:30:47 am »
How hard are you dusting?!

I’d just run over it with a swifer and stay away from any kind of windex or glass cleaner.  Did you get acrylic or polycarbonate?  Acrylic is shinier and polycarb is stronger. Acrylic is less expensive but easier to crack. Polycarb is more impact resisant but easier to scratch.

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« Reply #811 on: December 22, 2017, 06:07:10 pm »
How hard are you dusting?!

I’d just run over it with a swifer and stay away from any kind of windex or glass cleaner.  Did you get acrylic or polycarbonate?  Acrylic is shinier and polycarb is stronger. Acrylic is less expensive but easier to crack. Polycarb is more impact resisant but easier to scratch.
It was my fault didn't dust it off like what you said a swifter. And it's just cheap Home Depot plexi


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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #812 on: January 08, 2018, 02:18:08 am »
Damn you Chance and your fancy build.  Had to copy ya!  Been lurking here for awhile and early on influenced by your build.  Posted today in Project Announcements, looking to honor your design.  Love Canadian Arcade BTW, subscribed[emoji6]


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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #813 on: January 09, 2018, 11:58:38 pm »
Thanks!

Just took a look at your build thread, Very excited to see that cabinet get made. Really like some of your ideas!

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« Reply #814 on: February 01, 2018, 02:52:31 pm »
Loved your finished project and layout Chance!
You've inspired me to do my own instead of buy!

I'm working on doing a similar CP with a pedestal. Thinking a collapsable pedestal if possible.

Could I PM you to discuss the layout of the CP and get permission for the CAD files?

Thanks again!
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« Reply #815 on: February 01, 2018, 06:11:58 pm »
Thanks!

I actually don’t own any rights to the CP design (other then i guess the exact layout of the buttons i used haha), but the guy who does has made the high res avalible here...

http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,83312.msg945960.html#msg945960

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #816 on: February 01, 2018, 06:34:46 pm »
“Rights” he sez

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« Reply #817 on: February 10, 2018, 05:29:00 pm »
How did you determine the placements and legnths of all the ledger boards? Do you have a diagram and/or measurements for where to put them?

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« Reply #818 on: February 11, 2018, 11:08:24 pm »
I made it up on the fly then just made sure the other side matched up.

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« Reply #819 on: February 11, 2018, 11:39:59 pm »
Omg this project is awesome

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« Reply #820 on: February 12, 2018, 02:54:44 pm »
Hey Chance, this unit is AMAZING. I'm just starting my research on building my own unit and your resources on the 1st page is a great resource. About 4 years ago I read the book Project Arcade by St. Clair and I recently purchased his most recent version and starting my reading again. It's due to having kids and coaching club soccer 5-6 days a week for the past 3 years that this project has taken a back seat. I REALLY need to start this project as I'm itching to play all the old games I grew up with. I do have a few questions if you don't mind answering:

1) On your CP, why do you have only 4 buttons on players 3 & 4? What type of games are played with 4 players? This will obviously decided on a 2 or 4 player CP.
2) With this unit playing the old style games, can it easily play the current gaming units like PS, Xbox, etc. I've never purchased either but in the event I do I would like it to be compatible.

I live in Edmonton, AB and sometimes travel up to Calgary for soccer tournaments. Any chance we can meet and take a look at your cabinet? Take care

Peter

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Re: FLYNN'S ARCADE (Project Code Name: Overambitious) - FINISHED
« Reply #821 on: February 12, 2018, 06:04:52 pm »
Hey Chance, this unit is AMAZING. I'm just starting my research on building my own unit and your resources on the 1st page is a great resource. About 4 years ago I read the book Project Arcade by St. Clair and I recently purchased his most recent version and starting my reading again. It's due to having kids and coaching club soccer 5-6 days a week for the past 3 years that this project has taken a back seat. I REALLY need to start this project as I'm itching to play all the old games I grew up with. I do have a few questions if you don't mind answering:

1) On your CP, why do you have only 4 buttons on players 3 & 4? What type of games are played with 4 players? This will obviously decided on a 2 or 4 player CP.
2) With this unit playing the old style games, can it easily play the current gaming units like PS, Xbox, etc. I've never purchased either but in the event I do I would like it to be compatible.

I live in Edmonton, AB and sometimes travel up to Calgary for soccer tournaments. Any chance we can meet and take a look at your cabinet? Take care

Peter

You shouldn’t of said you were from Edmonton, bro. Chance is a hard-core Flames fan. You blew your chance. :-)
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« Reply #822 on: February 13, 2018, 01:22:11 pm »
Hey Chance, this unit is AMAZING. I'm just starting my research on building my own unit and your resources on the 1st page is a great resource. About 4 years ago I read the book Project Arcade by St. Clair and I recently purchased his most recent version and starting my reading again. It's due to having kids and coaching club soccer 5-6 days a week for the past 3 years that this project has taken a back seat. I REALLY need to start this project as I'm itching to play all the old games I grew up with. I do have a few questions if you don't mind answering:

1) On your CP, why do you have only 4 buttons on players 3 & 4? What type of games are played with 4 players? This will obviously decided on a 2 or 4 player CP.
2) With this unit playing the old style games, can it easily play the current gaming units like PS, Xbox, etc. I've never purchased either but in the event I do I would like it to be compatible.

I live in Edmonton, AB and sometimes travel up to Calgary for soccer tournaments. Any chance we can meet and take a look at your cabinet? Take care

Peter

You shouldn’t of said you were from Edmonton, bro. Chance is a hard-core Red Wings fan. You blew your chance. :-)

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« Reply #823 on: February 13, 2018, 01:59:12 pm »
If Chance is a hard-core Red Wings fan then we are fine and have no problem. If he was a Flames fan then I would have to play nice as die hard flames and Oilers fans know how they REALLY feel about each other. Besides my 1984-85 Oilers were voted Team of the Century so I'm good. I experienced all 5 Stanley Cups and met a lot of those guys in the bar those days. Now that was great hockey to watch back then......all about scoring and no defense (until the playoffs).

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« Reply #824 on: February 14, 2018, 02:24:04 am »
Hey, sorry i haven't replied sooner, I've been out the last couple days helping setup the new pinbar in town.

To answer your questions:
1. 2 reasons,  First, to allow for at least the 4 player games that require 3 and 4 buttons, (like Xmen for example uses 3, etc), Tat and i foolishly built the control panel to take into account some console games (up to and including N64). so these 4 buttons serve as the 4 yellow buttons on an N64 controller.  Ideally i should have kept it to 3 buttons and a fewer number of buttons for Players 1 and 2, but i'm kinda happy with what i ended up with. Just a little more then i needed, just in case.

2. As stated before i limited the console games to the N64 and older.mainly because of the limitations of the MacMini i'm using to run the cabinet.  That and i figured if there was anything i wanted to play that was newer then the N64, i'd just go play it on the actual console.

Paul's right, As a native Calgarian, I'm obligated to love the Flames. That and we have some family ties to some of the former management on the team. Plus in my old job i used to be the liaison for our company and the team, so i knew and spent time with most of the players from last season.

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« Reply #825 on: February 14, 2018, 12:52:05 pm »
I actually use the pull for Calgary during the Lanny McDonald days. Glad he got a Cup.

My favorite hockey memory growing up was the night the lights went out at the Boston Garden, meaning Boston and the Oilers didn’t get to play. They had to move the game back to Edmonton the next day because the Celtics were in the Eastern Conference Finals, and Boston fans were mad. A reporter was interviewing them on TV and they were pretty much saying F the Celtics. Good times

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« Reply #826 on: March 19, 2018, 09:47:01 pm »
Great cabinet.  I see you shared the side panel drawings. What about all the rest of the parts?

I have access to a CNC router machine and i'd love to make this with the CNC router.

Do you have the rest of the plans?



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« Reply #827 on: September 20, 2018, 11:00:52 am »
Trying to download your CAD/PDF files from the first post but the link doesn't seem to work for me.  Is there anywhere else I can download from or does anyone else have a copy they can link me to??  Thanks in advance!

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« Reply #828 on: September 20, 2018, 01:42:26 pm »
Trying to download your CAD/PDF files from the first post but the link doesn't seem to work for me.  Is there anywhere else I can download from or does anyone else have a copy they can link me to??  Thanks in advance!

I just tried it and it seems to work fine. Keep in mind that the link on the first post simply redirects you to the actual post deeper in the thread that I uploaded the zip file to.

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« Reply #829 on: September 20, 2018, 02:23:42 pm »
Trying to download your CAD/PDF files from the first post but the link doesn't seem to work for me.  Is there anywhere else I can download from or does anyone else have a copy they can link me to??  Thanks in advance!

I just tried it and it seems to work fine. Keep in mind that the link on the first post simply redirects you to the actual post deeper in the thread that I uploaded the zip file to.

Thanks, now I got it.  For some reason that link kept bumping me back to the forum's main page.  I tried another browser and that took me to the correct post.  I'm hoping to begin building my cabinet based on your design really soon!  There's so many great ones.  There should be a dedicated section on the forum just for all the "Flynn's Arcade Clones" HaHa

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« Reply #830 on: September 20, 2018, 06:28:56 pm »
Awesome! Glad you figured it out :)

I had thought about trying to collect links and make a section of all the clones but i just never got around to it :)

  
 

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