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mameman

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  1. Can't wait to see it WWW.xtremepinball.com
  2. Assume we need to get hold of Charles. The only items that made it here to me were the ledwiz, and a first revision booster board. Adams button package from Noah never showed, although chased him several times. I emailed Adam this morning to see if he had any updates on them. WWW.Xtremepinball.com
  3. Yup. WWW.Xtremepinball.com
  4. Brad will reach out to you later this week. May need to look at doing some Playfield printing that would benefit from either cutting out insert areas or printing on clear media (once the Playfield has had a white backing applied)
  5. Do some digging and see if you can find some transformers that put out the required voltages needed for a plasma display. You can use multiple transformers and even feed one from another. Also remember a transformer is just that and can be used either way. A 110v ac input and 12v dc output can also generate 110v ac if you feed it 12v dc (although not very efficently)
  6. They take the core voltages from the transformer and spits out the required voltages for all the boards. Again you need to read the circuit diagrams, the transformers put out a couple of voltages on each tap. It's not as straight forward as buy one of these plug it into the wall and your set. If it was we would have done this months ago and all been using cheap plasma displays.
  7. I looked at doing this many months ago. Your problem is still supplying the power this needs. If you look at the wiring diagram for one of the machines that uses these boards, you still need to feed is some odd voltages( 100v, 73v) etc as well as 12 and 5 (can't recall the exact voltages).
  8. Sounds good, I may revisit the turnkey speaker panel idea again if the price comes out decent.
  9. Woohooo can't wait, will be a nice option
  10. @daruble, built my own. I hear decent things about the blackfoots.

  11. Hi Mame man did you build your own CNC or did you buy it from www.buildyourowncnc.com if so which model did you buy I am considering buying a blackfoot 4x8 table what would you recommend???

    Thanks Dave

  12. No worries, you can Come wire the thing when the time comes, And lend a hand with assembly
  13. ohh and i'll be throwing in a topper for good measures also
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