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Title: The Retro-Geo project
Post by: fablog on April 30, 2013, 10:51:34 pm
Hi everyone,

Thanks to this forum and your help I've started my own first project. I was a total noob in woodwork, without any tools. 
I was in a hurry because I had 5 weeks to do a big part of this project (my wife was gone with my newborn to visit family in her country).

So far it's what I have done. it's a Mame Project clone, slightly modified...Thank you so much Koenig for sharing your drawings  :applaud:
I hope to be able to finish this summer because with an 8 months old baby, a teenager and a wife, free time is very difficult to find.

Cement glue on side:
(http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8120/8657224310_4cf6db6a68_c.jpg)

Side Slot cut (with some mistakes):
(http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8119/8656120991_8f8665d13d_c.jpg)

Formica applied and router flush trimed:
(http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8114/8657225086_d2d42a433d_c.jpg)

Testing wheels on base:
(http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8112/8657225196_cd59babe7c_c.jpg)

Holes drilled for wheels:
(http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8123/8656121369_d114bc520b_c.jpg)

The other side of the base:
(http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8108/8656121495_c820cff158_c.jpg)

The 2 sides glued and screwed to the base:
(http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8126/8657225616_7a1e6bc7b9_c.jpg)

As you can see I countersunk the bottom from outside and used black screws (not perfect but quicker):
(http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8117/8656121711_36c84b5066_c.jpg)

Arcade mounted on his wheels:
(http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8126/8657223956_e0c38aece8_c.jpg)

Front:
(http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8102/8657223742_e36b9c9172_c.jpg)

Back:
(http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8120/8656120187_2ae0fcfea9_c.jpg)


Well, it's not perfect but it's beyond my expectations. I'm very proud after all those years reading this forum  :cheers:

To be continued...
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: Drnick on May 01, 2013, 07:54:21 am
Looking pretty darned good to me  :applaud: :applaud: :applaud:  The laminate really gives that professional finish.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: Seith on May 02, 2013, 06:24:10 am
Nice slim cab so far!
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: EMDB on May 09, 2013, 01:12:06 pm
I don't understand why you first laminate and then apply screws.  ??? If you would have assembled the cabinet first and only afterwards applied the laminate on the sides it would have covered all screws.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: sabreerbasAlpha on May 09, 2013, 01:39:41 pm
I don't understand why you first laminate and then apply screws.  ??? If you would have assembled the cabinet first and only afterwards applied the laminate on the sides it would have covered all screws.

Ive got to ask the same question. What happened did you forget or something. I like the look though, But them screws.. :dizzy: :dunno
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on May 11, 2013, 10:50:51 am
Well, I was in a big hurry, I had only one day to assembly and laminate everything. For some reasons I didn't do the top so, if I wanted to assembly the base with the sides
 and get a solid result, I had to put the back too at this step. The question was how to laminate the back after assembly everything?...it was impossible. Maybe it wasn't the best solution but , for me, it was really acceptable to laminate before the assembly. The screws are black and are only at the bottom, it's not a big deal ant not ugly to see. My friends and family won't seen any problem  :laugh:
Like I said before, I'm very new for manual work and I have few free time. I was very afraid to what I could accomplish with my two hands and I can say that I'm better than what I thought  ;D


Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: sabreerbasAlpha on May 11, 2013, 11:15:52 am
Your off to a good start. I always like the look of the laminate flush cut like that.  :applaud:
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on July 30, 2013, 02:18:15 pm
Hi guys,

I have some time now to follow up on my cab. I need your advice because I will laminate the inside of the cab but only the visible parts of the sides. My intention is to get a 3/4'' side thickness with a 5/8'' MDF + 2 sheets of 1/16'' laminate. Like that I will be able to put a 3/4'' T-molding. My problem is how-to do that after the inside holders (for the top, monitor support, etc.) will be glued? a1pharm did that on his cab (http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,129725.msg1332544.html#msg1332544 (http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,129725.msg1332544.html#msg1332544)), he said he routed off the laminate where he was going to attach the 2x2's... What's the best way to do that?

Thanks!
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: a1pharm on July 31, 2013, 11:06:35 am
Hi guys,

I have some time now to follow up on my cab. I need your advice because I will laminate the inside of the cab but only the visible parts of the sides. My intention is to get a 3/4'' side thickness with a 5/8'' MDF + 2 sheets of 1/16'' laminate. Like that I will be able to put a 3/4'' T-molding. My problem is how-to do that after the inside holders (for the top, monitor support, etc.) will be glued? a1pharm did that on his cab (http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,129725.msg1332544.html#msg1332544 (http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,129725.msg1332544.html#msg1332544)), he said he routed off the laminate where he was going to attach the 2x2's... What's the best way to do that?

Thanks!

To route the laminate:

Use a plunge router.  Set the depth to be the same as the thickness of the laminate (1/16" in this build).  Use the guide that comes with the router, to set the distance from the side of the panel.  Use a 1/2" cutting bit.  Remember: you have some "fudge" room, because the thickness of the front/back panels will cover any small imperfections.

Let me know if this isn't making sense; I could snap some picks of what I'm talking about when I get some time.

Cheers!
 :cheers:
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on July 31, 2013, 08:38:55 pm

Pics could be usefull for sure!

Thanks a1pharm  ;D
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on August 14, 2013, 05:42:20 pm
My router is with a fixed base not a plunge. Is it possible to route off the formica like you said?
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: rablack97 on August 14, 2013, 11:17:07 pm
My question is why didn't you just laminate inside and outside with full sheets?

I've seen a few folks accomplish the piece method for the inside of the cab, but it was hella hard.

Plunge router allows you to set a depth and push the router down into the material, and then move it along a straight edge to complete the line.

You fixed base can do the same, being the depth is on 1/16 of an inch, you should be able to turn on your router and gently guide the router down into the material before continuing the cut...

It's like using a circular saw to cut into the middle of 4X8 piece of lumber.



Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on August 15, 2013, 05:54:35 pm
Rablack, I was in a hurry when I laminated the exterior. Not enough time to to the interior, so...
Thanks for your advice about the router, will try it.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on August 15, 2013, 08:37:51 pm
Today I screwed 2 European hinges to the kick plate.
Do you think it's enough for a 33'X27' piece of 1/2" MDF or a third hinge is safer
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on April 07, 2014, 07:06:12 pm
I put a third one. It weight 5kg!! I'm scared to put this weight on one side of the cabinet. What do you think?


(https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3719/13704119285_40da1259b0_c.jpg)

(https://farm8.staticflickr.com/7412/13704479974_8d24f4e7ed_c.jpg)

I glued the side sticks for the monitor support. I used a polyurethane gorilla glue directly on the formica.
(https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2816/13697281303_4a26503c1b_c.jpg)

(https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3829/13697641964_ded2003618_c.jpg)

Here the vesa mount before to be screwed.
(https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3705/13697330443_3aed3e9f67_c.jpg)

So much to do and so few time. I hope to finish before my retirement (I'm 36). 😁

Is it necessary to put a primer or something else on the raw MDF inside the cab?
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on April 24, 2014, 03:15:28 pm
Any suggestions?
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: Louis Tully on April 24, 2014, 03:35:57 pm
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Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on April 29, 2014, 09:48:29 pm
Thanks Louis Tully. I'm wondering if I screw the door directly to the side or it would be better to put another layer of wood on the side before. It's 5/8" MDF, I'm afraid the side is to thin for this weight. What do you think?

For the inside, I prefer to let it raw. Nobody will see it.

Sorry if my English is not as good as I would like. I hope everybody can understand me  ;D

Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: Louis Tully on April 30, 2014, 04:04:02 am
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Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on August 21, 2015, 11:09:19 pm
2 weeks alone at home and my project progressed a lot.
My friend Nicolas helped me, he's cutting the coin door hole on the picture. He's a professional wood worker so everything was so easy for him. We fixed the supports for the CP and fixed the monitor at the right height. I changed my mind about the keyboard drawer, I taked it out, I will keep this cabinet simple.  No more front door too. Thanks Nicolas for your precious help!!
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on August 21, 2015, 11:27:20 pm
We cut a back door hole. It was too much trouble without. Now, it's not necessary to have a front door, this part will be fixed.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on August 22, 2015, 12:21:55 pm
The next step is to buy a glass. I think about a 1/8" one. The local glass store give me the advice to buy a clear glass, check the dimensions and make adjustments if necessary. After that I could go to a specialised shop who can stick a tinted film on it. What do you think about that, anyone tried that with success?
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: rablack97 on August 22, 2015, 04:24:31 pm
no man go smoked....cuts the glare down on the screen....not tinted with like a car, but smoked

 i think there is smoke grey or something its not black but smoked just enough to where its not clear..
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on August 22, 2015, 11:18:12 pm
Rablack97 why do you think that? What interested me with doing like that is that it will be more secure. I know I could temper a smoked glass but the provider won't accept a glass I tested the dimensions before. I will have the obligation to order them the whole thing and hope it will enter in my cabinet. I know that the width of my cabinet is not the same everywhere so I would like to do this part in two steps.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: rablack97 on August 23, 2015, 12:11:38 am
Ok you seem to know your way around with tools etc....and im sure you own a measuring tape.

Measure the area inside your cab you want the glass to cover......measure 5-10 times if you have to.

The film will peel over time and it will look like crap.  I've done a few cabs and i have not screwed up and wasted a whole piece.

Glass cutters can get what you need w/i like 1/32 of an inch, its pretty accurate.

Go get some foam cardboard hobby lobby or a stiff piece of cardboard, take your measurements transfer that to the carboard, and keep playing around with it until you get the fit you need.

Take that to the glass cutter and say, match the glass to this template.

Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on August 23, 2015, 12:27:12 am
Good advice, I'll try the cardboard. It could be difficult to be super accurate measuring inside. Thanks
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: rablack97 on August 23, 2015, 09:48:09 am
nope just measure from inner edge to inner edge of your sides, top middle bottom.  measure from the front where tmoulding will go.

you'll do fine, its all trial and error, what you dont want is put in all this work and in a year it looks like crap......take your time and do you due diligence it will pay off later.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on August 23, 2015, 10:24:15 am
Thanks for the support rablack97 :)
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on October 25, 2015, 07:33:04 pm
Another step done today. My friend Paulo helped me a lot with a very good idea for the glass mount. We used an U-shaped aluminium profile and bend edges to give a it a L-shape. It works like a charm as you can see with the pictures.
The glass is a light grey 1/8 tempered one.
The next step is to finish the CP. Anyone has a real dimensions drawing of a U-Track?

Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 11, 2015, 10:49:56 pm
I worked on the CP today. My friend Paulo did the design below using the sega Player 1 and 2 layouts from Slagcoin. Staples did the printing and I cut all the holes.  A great team work! I did the joysticks and pushbuttons holes with a forstner bit and my drill. The big U-trak hole was done with a router and a Jasper guide.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 22, 2015, 10:47:00 am
Leds wiring done! I used molex and it was much harder than what I thought.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 22, 2015, 11:08:11 am
The tools I used.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 22, 2015, 10:35:44 pm
I used threaded insert to mount the 2 U360. It was my first time with inserts and I practiced a lot with spare MDF before. The more important was to find the correct drill bit for the pilot hole. It was a lot of stress when I begin to drill in the real CP :) I had to be careful to not drill to much because the other side is laminated. You can fill MDF with Bondo but not with laminate!!
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 22, 2015, 11:00:49 pm
The U-trak was a little bit more complicated because you have to identify where will be the the insert holes. I put black sharpie ink on the U-Track back and put it on the MDF to do marks. It was good enough.
The Ultimarc U-trak threaded inserts are very good but if you want to practice with them, don't forget that you cannot pull them out easily, they are pushed inside and not screwed.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 22, 2015, 11:27:18 pm
As seen on the Flynn's Arcade and Nephasth project, I modified my IL pushbuttons from Arcade Paradise. The led's wire are cut if you use their leafswitch as is, no problem with other switch. You have to put them lower in the pushbuttons drilling another hole. It's easy but you have to be careful to not drill the wires during the operation.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: harveybirdman on November 23, 2015, 09:43:22 am
Good job on making sure the monitor fits the design without looking ridiculous, are you going to mask it to 4:3 with a bezel?


Also, very tastefully done LEDs my friend.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 23, 2015, 11:59:27 am
Thanks :)
I plan to use the monitor on widescreen for games like MK. I'll mask the glass's back to 16:10 with black paint.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: mgb on November 23, 2015, 10:22:48 pm
This cab is looking very sweet. The laminate looks great.
as aside note, if you haven't done anything with those bottom screws through the laminate, one way you may hide them is by having a metal kick plate kinda thing around the three sides.

Those buttons don't come with the LEDs in them??
what leds are you using?
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: yotsuya on November 23, 2015, 11:26:34 pm
As seen on the Flynn's Arcade project, I modified my IL pushbuttons from Arcade Paradise. The led's wire are cut if you use their leafswitch as is, no problem with other switch. You have to put them lower in the pushbuttons drilling another hole. It's easy but you have to be careful to not drill the wires in the operation.

Yeah, when Nephasth originally did that modification to those LEDs on The Beast many years ago, I knew I had to do it too. It worked out great.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 24, 2015, 06:55:21 am
Good idea mgb I'll really think about it. The buttons came with the led inside, they are IL-lumination RGB 5VDC led's from Arcade Paradise. I don't think they are really compatible with leaf switch, you will cut the wire. No problem with another kind of witch.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 24, 2015, 06:59:55 am
As seen on the Flynn's Arcade project, I modified my IL pushbuttons from Arcade Paradise. The led's wire are cut if you use their leafswitch as is, no problem with other switch. You have to put them lower in the pushbuttons drilling another hole. It's easy but you have to be careful to not drill the wires in the operation.

Yeah, when Nephasth originally did that modification to those LEDs on The Beast many years ago, I knew I had to do it too. It worked out great.

Thanks Yotsuya. I didn't want a Christmas tree but I liked the idea to show a little light for the buttons used for every game.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: yotsuya on November 24, 2015, 08:21:44 am
As seen on the Flynn's Arcade project, I modified my IL pushbuttons from Arcade Paradise. The led's wire are cut if you use their leafswitch as is, no problem with other switch. You have to put them lower in the pushbuttons drilling another hole. It's easy but you have to be careful to not drill the wires in the operation.

Yeah, when Nephasth originally did that modification to those LEDs on The Beast many years ago, I knew I had to do it too. It worked out great.

Thanks Yotsuya. I didn't want a Christmas tree but I liked the idea to show a little light for the buttons used for every game.
Yeah, that's how I used them, too. I was hesitant, but Neph made it really easy to do and he answered questions that I had.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: mgb on November 24, 2015, 08:46:04 am
Good idea mgb I'll really think about it. The buttons came with the led inside, they are IL-lumination RGB 5VDC led's from Arcade Paradise. I don't think they are really compatible with leaf switch, you will cut the wire. No problem with another kind of witch.

I couldn't those on their site. I found the ILs with clear rims and black plungers but that's it.
I know I can just get the less seperately.
I wish they had the short ones
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 24, 2015, 09:06:48 am
They are here: http://www.paradisearcadeshop.com/button-leds/100-il-lumination-rgb-5vdc-led.html
They were shipped to me installed inside the pushbuttons.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 24, 2015, 10:48:38 pm
little update today: I changed the 2 yellow reject buttons of my coin door for red ones. Bought them at Playdium (Montreal) for 16$ CAD.
Only 4 screws to unscrew for each reject button, very easy!
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 27, 2015, 11:31:55 pm
I put the T-molding tonight. Seems OK. There are some imperfections because I made mistakes cutting the T-slot, it's not evenly centered. I doubt my friends and family will notice that. The more complicated thing was to notch the T-molding for the corners. I use a hair dryer for helping me to bend correctly the T-molding and a rubber mallet.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 27, 2015, 11:44:36 pm
Here the final result.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: mgb on November 27, 2015, 11:57:31 pm
Nice,
  I'm a huge fan of black cab with white t molding
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on November 28, 2015, 01:03:32 am
Blip and Vertical retraces were my inspiration for the black and white style :)
I'm still thinking about the graphical design I want for the CP and the marquee. All the other parts will stay in black.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on April 18, 2016, 07:45:14 pm
Speakers mounted. The hardest part was to find the covers with the right dimensions.


Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on April 18, 2016, 08:13:09 pm
My top is cut and laminated with Formica. I'm wondering if it's really necessary to put a fan to evacuate hot air.  I will play very rarely but I'll play PC games like Mortal combat X (CPU and GC intensive). My config is : gtx 650 + I3 4150 + corsair RM 450. What's your opinion?
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: Locke141 on April 18, 2016, 09:14:20 pm
My top is cut and laminated with Formica. I'm wondering if it's really necessary to put a fan to evacuate hot air.  I will play very rarely but I'll play PC games like Mortal combat X (CPU and GC intensive). My config is : gtx 650 + I3 4150 + corsair RM 450. What's your opinion?

This is coming along nicely. I don't think you would need a fan you have a vent on top and some kind of air in take near the bottom convection does wonders, but adding one would be cheep and easy.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on April 19, 2016, 09:24:32 pm
Thx Locke. I've thought about that all day long and I think I'll keep it simple. No vent, no fan. I'll check the temp and if it's too much hot I'll drill holes in the top. I don't think it will be necessary because I won't normally play long enough and I could open the back door for very long sessions with friends.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: a1pharm on April 24, 2016, 06:41:43 pm
You don't need a fan/vent/holes.  There's a lot of volume in that cab, and as long as the ambient temp of the room is less than the interior temp of the cab, you'll have a sufficient gradient to "pull" heat out - even through a relatively good insulator like wood.

Your project is coming along nicely - you're in the home stretch, keep going!

Cheers!
 :cheers:
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on April 24, 2016, 10:57:22 pm
Thx A1pharm to confirm what I think :)

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Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on May 17, 2016, 10:12:34 pm
Guys, I need your opinion. What do you think of this CPO? Good or bad idea? Better on the front panel and nothing on the CP or not? Any other idea? My artistic skill is very low!
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: harveybirdman on May 17, 2016, 10:16:41 pm
Front of CPO for sure.

Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: yamatetsu on May 18, 2016, 08:01:28 am
Front of the CPO + something matching for the marquee.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on May 26, 2016, 08:47:31 am
Thx fir your comments, front panel it will be. I will modify the strips  and the triangle first, they're too big.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: yamatetsu on May 26, 2016, 04:39:39 pm
(http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=149895.0;attach=347934)
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on May 26, 2016, 08:16:17 pm
It's very inspiring Yamatetsu, thank you!

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Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: ppv on May 27, 2016, 08:31:14 pm
Hello neighbor! Nice build! followed.
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on May 27, 2016, 10:48:03 pm
Thx PPV. Always happy to know a neighbor in this forum. :)

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Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on June 08, 2016, 10:55:28 pm
Next step: paint the glass. What paint do you recommend?
Title: Re: My noname project
Post by: fablog on September 21, 2016, 06:54:33 pm
I had some weird reactions with my U360, in game or in Hyperspin, like the wheel spinning alone. Moreover it was complicated to configure in some emulators. I don't like to have the buttons separated from the joystick. And, right now, I have no use of the analogic mode. So I used the output mode with my Ipac UIO. I cut the end of the wires included with the UIO and use molex instead. The U360 is still powered by USB so I had only for pins to connect: Up, Down, Left, Right. Well,  it's perfect now; so much time lost trying to figure what was happening!
Title: Retro-Geo project
Post by: fablog on July 31, 2018, 04:19:51 pm
News here:
It's not anymore a noname projet but the Retro-Geo project  ;D I liked a lot the Neo-geo AES system so...
Haven't post here since a long time but below is the actual state.
Everything is working and I play a lot with my little girl (6 years old). My wife hate it but nothing special here!
 
(https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3842/33195012904_3a3d5404fc_k.jpg)

As you can see, the only thing missing are graphics to decorate it. Any idea? I was thinking to something in black and white, in wireframe, maybe with the metal slug theme. I think I won't put any graphics on the sides. I found something interesting today. It's not in B&W but it's a start:

(https://i.pinimg.com/originals/27/87/36/278736a46065206a950615172eff708e.png)

Cheers!
Title: Re: The Retro-Geo project
Post by: DaOld Man on August 01, 2018, 08:24:41 pm
Looking good.
I like the metal slug theme, but you got to do the sides too, and CP of course.
(Coming from a man that has not put any side art on any of his builds.)
Title: Re: The Retro-Geo project
Post by: fablog on August 01, 2018, 09:29:44 pm
Thanks! I don't know for the sides because during the last 2 years I was looking for an inspiration but I'm still with no clear idea of what I want. So, I was thinking maybe a minimalist thing would be better. I'm really not an artist :(

Title: Re: The Retro-Geo project
Post by: javeryh on August 02, 2018, 09:44:49 am
I actually think you only need art on the marquee for this one.  Something subtle.  Everything else is minimalist and looks good as is, IMO.
Title: Re: The Retro-Geo project
Post by: fablog on August 02, 2018, 09:12:53 pm
I actually think you only need art on the marquee for this one.  Something subtle.  Everything else is minimalist and looks good as is, IMO.
Yeah maybe only a marquee with the picture of Metal slug I found and the title Retro-Geo.
What do you think about some white decals for the CP?
Title: Re: The Retro-Geo project
Post by: javeryh on August 06, 2018, 04:54:46 pm
I actually think you only need art on the marquee for this one.  Something subtle.  Everything else is minimalist and looks good as is, IMO.
Yeah maybe only a marquee with the picture of Metal slug I found and the title Retro-Geo.
What do you think about some white decals for the CP?

Some white stripes would probably look good on the CP and the coin door panel.
Title: Re: The Retro-Geo project
Post by: fablog on August 17, 2018, 09:41:09 am
I share here my CP 3D model my friend did for me. Could be useful if you need help with the U-trak dimensions.