retro arcade, visual pinball cabinet, techblog

Today it was time for more measuring and less building. The correct position for the monitor had to be found and after that was done, we were able to measure the acrylic glass dimensions  for marquee, bezel and controlpanel. The Perspex order will be placed online in the next few days. We fitted the monitor and we also installed the socket for the power connection in the backside. Last but not least two holes for the flipper buttons were drilled to the right and the left from the cab. On the PC Future Pinball is already running - a pretty cool pinball emulation. I know, it's unneccessary for the arcade purists - but it's a little pinball fun nevertheless ;)

 Monitor: check!

Connector for power supply

Drilling the holes for the pinball buttons