Introduction: Desktop Analogue Pinball Machine

Always wanted a pinball machine but a full sized one is too big and shipping over 1 is way over budget. so i decided to go with a desktop size

See the pinball in action!:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151578764222709&l=10621610780054741

Step 1: Test Fitting the Toy Pinball

test fitting Tomy's astro shooter

Step 2: Building the Main Body Using Mdf and Plywood

building the main body using mdf and plywood

Step 3: Surface Is Primed and Ready for Spraying

surface is primed and ready for spraying

Step 4: Adding Sound Reactive and Motion Leds

Step 5: Adding Legs Using Angle Bar

Step 6: Designing and Pasting of Vinyl Decals

Step 7: Adding Coinbox and Plunger

coinbox is just cover of a metal container and the plunger handle is from a knob of a pan cover


Step 8: See It in Action!

See the pinball in action!:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10151578764222709&l=10621610780054741

Comments

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MasterMek (author)2017-07-12

Cool. The facebook link isn't working though.

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coromer (author)MasterMek2017-07-12

Thanks!! it should be working now.

https://www.facebook.com/kenny.ong.han.seng/videos/10151578764222709/

cheers! :)

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jtechian (author)2016-01-28

Sorry didn't see any instruction on making a desktop pinball game.

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winol (author)2014-10-29

Very nice build :)

author
coromer (author)winol2015-06-04

Thanks! yours too! :)

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