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ilucifer

My Bartops Creations

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Hi to everyone

After a lot of search i decided to build my first bartop Cab powered by raspberry Pi.IMG_0051 2.JPGIMG_0046.JPGIMG_0006.JPGIMG_0011.JPGIMG_0055 2 copy.jpg

but i was not so happy with the results so i decided to build another one!!!This time powered by pcb PandoraBox 4 just for fun!IMG_0061 2.JPG

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Now my next project will be a Bartop pc powered with Hyperspin Front end.

 

 

 

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Very nice :)

I wish I had room for one of these. Somehow I don't think it would go over too well if I set one up on the kitchen counter...

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i don t have room either. i just move cabs around the house :-)

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Those are really nice bar tops. I especially like your marquee and the curved side walls. What type of saw did you use to cut that curve?

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Thank you Icemanad. I made my plans in autocad an i used cnc router to cut the side walls.

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What size panel do you have in there? Also, have you tried using a scanline generator in your builds to emulate the 80s crt aethetic?

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I use 19" panel.fujitsu 19 b19-5 eco.i haven t tried using a scan line generator. Maybe in the future.

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I really dig the metallic t molding. props, bro 

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Someday I will build something like that... someday... 

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Soon i will upload my new project. Bartop arcade with pc powered by BigBox(launchbox). i m very excited. Stay Tuned...

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On 29/1/2017 at 7:41 PM, ilucifer said:

Soon i will upload my new project. Bartop arcade with pc powered by BigBox(launchbox). i m very excited. Stay Tuned...

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Looks great! No plans on adding artwork to the sides or controls area? Looks good as is, just wondering. I kind of like the plain black look, looks clean.

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Aw man, that looks awesome!  Where do you find T mouldings like that?

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I love the audio control panel and what you did with the power on the back.  I hope you don't mind if I steal that :)  Did you purchase the read power panel as a single piece?

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great job!

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What is the best site to purchase or acquire cabinet plans from?

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On 2/11/2017 at 7:53 PM, Ted777 said:

Aw man, that looks awesome!  Where do you find T mouldings like that?

The chrome t-molding i bought it from eBay, the red one from arcadeworld.

On 2/13/2017 at 3:28 AM, TragicallyGeek said:

I love the audio control panel and what you did with the power on the back.  I hope you don't mind if I steal that :)  Did you purchase the read power panel as a single piece?

No i made it by my self.I don't mind.Glad you like it. If you need help just message me.

On 4/11/2017 at 5:41 AM, f8lbyte said:

What is the best site to purchase or acquire cabinet plans from?

I made my own plans. I don t know any site.

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very nice project indeed, and nice clean t-modling placement.

Congrats.

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My last creation!!!!

Powered by pc

  • OS win 10 pro  (using custom user interface) booting straight in big box FrontEnd
  • 19 inch Monitor
  • intel pentium G4400 3.3Ghz
  • Geforce GT710 1Gb
  • 8 Gb ram
  • ssd 128 Gb for OS and FE
  • HDD 1Tb for roms
  • usb wifi dongle
  • ipac keyboard interface for arcade controls 
  • PSU 600 watt powering Pc+audio amplifier+lights
  • arcade buttons Gold leaf
  • Joystick unfortunately generic( run out of money)

Now i have to make a vinyl sticker for the control panel...

 

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What a beautiful setup. I need to make one for these for the den! Thanks!

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Awesome! Super quality build!  I made one myself, but for some reason I don-t remember, made it only 1P... (even though I did have 2 sets of controllers).

 

Might redo the control panel and add the second set.

 

In my case, as it was mostly just for old games, I used a mini ITX P4 PC

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Greatly impressive!  My fiancee is from Greece also and says Hi! :D

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