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Solid Carbide 2 Flute Straight End Mill
Solid Carbide 2 Flute Spiral Upcut
Gold Marble Acrylic Sheet
Kiwi Acrylic Sheet
Daffodil Acrylic Sheet
Aluminum Sheet 6061
Orange MDF Sheet
Yellow MDF Sheet
Green MDF Sheet
Blue MDF Sheet
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Holy crap Cris, I love this project. Awesome to see a completely mechanical pinball table. Would love to hear more about the game design – does the ball cross over to the other player's table? Or do you play two simultaneous games?
I’m sorry but Ben Tardif did this better
This is a total rip off of another youtuber who has been wotking on this for years?
You should just order a generic pinball rubber kit from Marco pinball or Ebay even. Their like 15 buck USD. Would be a huge improvement to the gameplay.
Gostei bastante, fiquei animado para fazer o meu
So glad I found this 🙂
That is way cooler than the one I made good job
Am I the only one thinking I'd wished it had been my own idea?
Our Teacher saw this project, and now we are doing this in school. But we do it with aluminium, and the "Ball shooter" we doing it by ourselves
I made this with a pizza box ;-;
Wow this is so so cool!
Мне бы такое оборудование и я бы тогда с работы уволился.
5:55 with captions on DEMONETIZED
Love this so much! I might have to buy an xcarve just to build this!
This is so freaking cool! I'm in the process of designing my own electronic pinball machine, but a project like this might be a great way to start prototyping things without getting too crazy.
Also, I just discovered this a few months ago, but there are a couple of rare pinball games that actually have a head-to-head design like you've created here. The one I played was based on Joust. Check it out if you get a chance!
Cara, me deu muita vontade de fazer. Obrigado por mostrar como!
Did you steal this from ben tardif iif so why its copying and thats not nice?