I worried a little bit about the attachment of the 27-inch backglass monitor and the DMD in the backbox from the pinball. I've had indeed a solution, but I wasn't very happy with it and it would have been quite a botch - I'm just not a timber worm, but rather an electronic technician. Fortunately, I've got support from Thomas Beckmann, who is working on a DIY Visual Pinball cabinet with his buddy for themselves and with whom I am in contact regularly for sharing experiences since some time. He had a wooden frame left over from his project, which I could use directly with a small adjustment. At this point, many thanks to Thomas for his support, the frame takes me forward a big step.

I also ordered a proper Plexiglas bezel from a Plexiglas shop - with this shop I've had good experiences on my retro arcade project.

wooden frame for mounting the 27 inch monitor, the DMD and the loudspeakers into the backbox
wooden frame for mounting the 27 inch monitor, the DMD and the loudspeakers into the backbox
wooden frame in the backbox
wooden frame in the backbox

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