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Looking good! Can't wait to see the end result thumb.gif
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Looking good! Can't wait to see the end result thumb.gif

Thanks! Me too.

post #53 of 170
this is epic.
 
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Edited the last update to add some stuff I forgot.

This week I will bebe working on the marquee artwork, ordering the rest of the control parts I needneed, and starting to plan the woodwork and painting so I can buy that stuff.

Just as a preview-
I decided to redo the front kick plate panel to center the one over/under coin door and get rid of the one long one. I'm going to fill in the hole with wood, but I wanted a nice sturdy front to paint and possibly put artwork on. Thankfully my mom works at a company that deals in raw metal and she got them to cut me a piece of scrap sheet metal to size.

That is 24.5" x 24.5" 1/8th inch thick steel with one side almost mirror finished. It's beautiful, and if this were my cabinet, I might use it as is. But for my Dad's I want to stick with classic black if I don't have artwork printed for it. I'm gonna be a little sad to paint it. I'm also a little worried if I'll be able to cut the hole in it for the coin door it's so thick. If it is I guess I'll have to ask for a thinner piece.
Edited by sadeter - 10/23/13 at 7:57am
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this is epic.


Well, I hope my Dad thinks so at least. Thank you.

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Ordered my plexiglass and the rest of my controls today. Should have them in either late next week or early the following week. I also got quotes back for printing the different pieces of artwork for the cabinet. The prices were really good, so it looks like I'll be able to do the control panels, marquees, front kickplate, and sides all like I wanted to. Now I just have to get all of the artwork done for all of that in about a week. :sad-smile Looks like little sleep and lots of Monster in my immediate future.

post #57 of 170
still looking great!
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still looking great!


Thanks.

 

 

 

Progress Update

 

Plexiglass is scheduled for delivery next Tuesday. My controls package is scheduled for delivery tomorrow! Wouldn't be surprised if it didn't make it til Friday though. Either way should have some part pics up this weekend. Other than that, I'm still trucking along on this artwork I've got to get done. It's looking good but I've still got quite a bit too do. I also got a new sheet of metal from my mom's work that is thinner and will cover up the full front kick plate.

post #59 of 170
wish i had your connection to raw sheet metal.. been trying to find a decent chunk around town that won't cost me an arm and a leg..
can't wait to see the art updates.. smile.gifthumb.gif
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Holy smokes this is amazing. I wish I had the funds to spare for such a project. Definately storing this as a todo one day.

Does the mame software you use support SNES emulation? I would love to shadow this project one day with every megaman on the NES and SNES.

Maybe I will start with a Raspberry pie and an old monitor, and the body work will be a dream to do one day.

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