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I have now updated my first attempt for a mechanical pinball with the flipper mechanics shown in this instructable. A video can be found here: This Pinball uses wires in the table to make a connection when the ball rolls over them. The conection is tranmitted to my PC by a hacked USB-controller from an old keyboard and the scoreboard i programmed in Scratch...
Sorry for the late reply. I use Illustrator to do the drawings and the photographs ar done vith an Olympus with a external flash pointing to the side. The photos at shot as raw and processed in CameraRaw and Photoshop...
Cool. I would be happy if you'd share a picture or two :-)
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