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  1. Hello all, my cabinet project is coming to a close, and I'm just starting to post some videos on it. Please enjoy, and let me know if you have any comments, questions, or advice! Part 2: Part 3: I will post more videos to this topic as they are finished out. Thank you for checking it out, JonesyBoy
  2. Hi Guys, I am finishing up a bartop kit. I really tried to include everything I have learned/wanted over the last 10 years or so building these things. We just got the first prototype put together yesterday and I think we are really close. Wanted to hit some expertise here to give me some input on design changes or additional offerings that would make the kit more complete. My Main Goals: • No painting and/or easy to apply graphics • No power tools needed • Easy to assemble via cam lock system • Accommodate a 22" widescreen monitor • Includes all plexiglass pre-cut • Includes photoshop files so it is easy to design your own graphics • pocketed so under mounting sanwa joysticks are high enough on control panel • No hidden huge shipping costs • Very reasonable overall cost • Rear door opens on hinge for easy access • Room for micro ATX motherboard and pwoer supply for HyperSpin type setups (most people will probably opt for Rpi2 with Emulationstation) Side note: The prototype does not have the tmolding slots, but the finished product will.... You can see the full description here http://gameroomsolutions.com/shop/bartop-arcade-kit-deluxe/ Attached are some pictures of the prototype and here are the few changes left to make (unless you guys give me a few others that make sense) We need to move the monitor back and change the angle, the drill bit went too deep on a few spots, one cam lock rod was in the incorrect place, and we are going to pre-drill joystick holes through both the control panel wood and plex for even easier assemble. The goal is you will not need any power tools, just a simple phillips screwdriver and 15 min! Additional changes: We are going to offer a 1 or 2 player control panel board (with accompanying plexi match). The 2 player control panel is as listed. We are working on a new design for the 1 player that will have 1 player controls (like you see on the two player board), but also support a 2″ trackball where the two player is located in the product pictures. The 1 player with trackball option will be available within two weeks of the 2 player launch. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated! Thanks, Ryan
  3. Hey All. First time poster but long time reader :-) Anyway, A little while ago I decided to build an Arcade machine as a father son project. Seemed like a good idea at the time and a great way to re-live my child hood. From a simple 2 player table top concept, I have designed and built this baby... Upright 4 player. I have sourced components from Ultimarc (Andy has been awesome with his assistance) and learnt everything from scratch. Of course it is running HS front end (AMAZING). 27" LCD Screen I have included a trackball (Because it looks cool when lit up) Have 2 x U360 joysticks (to assist with analogue games) Have 2 x Servosticks with auto 4 and 8 way switching Running 2 x PACLED 64 controllers. Running 1 x IPAC 4 controller I've upgraded everything to USB Integrated PS3 controllers for Dreamast/GameCube platform via bluetooth oh.... almost forgot to mention the logitech triple sub sound system. I'm really struggling to choose the buttons. I have tested the ULTIMARC RGB ULTRALUX chrome and Standard RGB buttons (Ultimarc). I want all the buttons to be RGB so trying to decide between the chrome or translucent button trims. They are convex buttons, but the light is consistent and they look amazing. It prob sounds a little silly and perhaps I have spent too much time thinking about this, but it is consuming my world as I want to get it finished. As i'm sure we can all appreciate, the learning from the beginning is huge. I would love some feedback and thoughts.... I plan on wrapping this machine with a MARVEL and DC COMIC mixed theme... T-Mould slots are ready and will do some LED lighting etc.... I would love to get some feedback if you would like to share. Be kind, i'm about as nooby as they get.
  4. Hi All, Just wanted to share with you my last project; my home made arcade cabinet that plays HyperSpin and Xbox360. You Can even add the PS3 (if I had one). Because the components I've used are from the 3 in 1 Arcade stick Pro. It took me about a month to build this one from scratch with no plan only the one that I had in my head . I’ve uploaded 3 videos. In the first one you can see the arcade machine how it looks and acts with HyperSpin. In the second video we’ll take a quick look to the back of the machine. And in the third and last video I’m showing you that the controls also actually work on the XBOX360. NOTE I do not have to plug the controls from HyperSpin to the XBOX, because they are already connected with a split USB cable that goes to the pc and the XBOX Let me know in the comments what you think about it and give me a heads up if you want a video about a specific part of the cabinet or a “how to “. Enjoy! PS The cabinet will get a Trackball in the empty space between the joysticks in the very near future . I actually do have a question about this I was thinking to get something like Apple’s Magic Trackpad instead of a Trackball to play games like “House of the dead” that I play normally with the mouse. Anyone got an idea if this actually could work out and is a smart/dumb idea? Here are the video's: TsTmx-rBNdQ WPiwLYEkH5Y 8Woh1hJNfUM
  5. I'm building my cabinet, a roadshow 46" and I need 10 good contactors fast and with a big noise. Now I've seen those 3RT1016-1BB42 . Someone know where could find similar with best price? Those cost about 25 € each one Thnx
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