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Bartop Arcade


corydrippon

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Looks good what are you making it out of? trying to figure out supplies for mine

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This was made out of particle board which I don't reccomend......

 

I think I got quite a bit better since I first posted here

 

http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,123359.msg1310228.html#msg1310228

 

This and what is in my signature is what I have photographed of my works. :D

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man ive always wanted a bartop arcade mame machine, lookin good

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Nifty little rig. Does it run on a Pi? (It's so small! :) )

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This might keep the wife from saying my cab takes up too much space :)

 

How about something like this. My wife didn't want it to stand out too much so I stained it to match some other furniture. All the buttons and joysticks have RGB lights too, run on a Howler board. Also the original plans were the same as the first post but modified to fit a 24" 16:9 monitor with two players. https://imgur.com/a/wXZVm#0

 

 

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Nice looking piece!  The wiring for the control panel looks daunting, but I keep telling myself that it'll be easy - 1 step at a time...

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Thanks a million for posting the plans.  I have been looking for something like this to try to build a bar top rig.  Don't have the space for a full cabinet.

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On 2/29/2016 at 1:13 AM, Zybeon said:

 

How about something like this. My wife didn't want it to stand out too much so I stained it to match some other furniture. All the buttons and joysticks have RGB lights too, run on a Howler board. Also the original plans were the same as the first post but modified to fit a 24" 16:9 monitor with two players. https://imgur.com/a/wXZVm#0

 

 

 

Wow nice stain  job! That's exactly what I am aiming to achieve for my new build

 

On 3/1/2016 at 2:38 AM, SYS64738 said:

Nice looking piece!  The wiring for the control panel looks daunting, but I keep telling myself that it'll be easy - 1 step at a time...

 

Its really not that difficult. Let me tell you that for my bartop project i did a couple years back, I've used an old wireless gamepad that i hacked in order to connect the arcade controls. Now that was challenging. If you use an ipac your life will be a lot more easy. 

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