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Author Topic: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **FINISHED OCT 2014**  (Read 16024 times)

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My Street Fighter Upright Cab **FINISHED OCT 2014**
« on: September 23, 2014, 07:47:10 pm »
 



Hi Guy's my Cab is Done, was a real challenge but am really happy how it has turned out considering this was my first build.
These are the final Specs of the Build and all progress pics can be viewed in the Thread Below:
I have just added some You tube videos feel free to view


****Build Specs****
Display:
29" Teac LED TV

Sound:
Beats by Dr.Dre Beatbox

PC:
Pentium Dual-Core CPU E6300
4.00GB Ram
1TB Hard Drive
AMD Radeon HD6450 1GB
Windows. 7 32-bit
Logitech K400r wireless keyboard

Control Panel:
2 x Sanwa Joysticks Black Bat Top
6 X Blue Dimpletop Buttons
6 x Red Dimpletop Buttons
5 x White Dimpletop Buttons (P1 & P2)

Coin Door:
X-Arcade Single Coin Door

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab.
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2014, 08:12:03 pm »
Hey - good to see another Aussie here!  :applaud:

I am interested to see how your build goes as I am a huge fan of the Street Fighter series.

And yes MDF dust is the worst. Sawing is bad, but routing was the killer for me. That ---steaming pile of meadow muffin--- goes everywhere. I think I have turned the inside of my garage a "powdered cheese" yellow colour  :dizzy:

Good luck with your build! :cheers:

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« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2014, 08:25:27 pm »
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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab.
« Reply #3 on: September 23, 2014, 09:21:50 pm »
Here goes :applaud: Picked up 3 pieces of 18mm MDF from Bunnings, should be able to get all cuts from these I hope.



All Plans drawn up.



Cutting has began, first lesson learnt do not cut MDF in a little Shed will be cleaning MDF dust for months now.



Got My T-Mould Grove all cut, Wasn't as bad a first thought, Had the blade on backwards for a a tiny bit  :censored:, Luckly not to much damage done.



Bacing studs cut from pine glued and screwed
 


Ready to get this looking like a cab



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« Reply #4 on: September 23, 2014, 09:26:39 pm »
Hey - good to see another Aussie here!  :applaud:

I am interested to see how your build goes as I am a huge fan of the Street Fighter series.

And yes MDF dust is the worst. Sawing is bad, but routing was the killer for me. That ---steaming pile of meadow muffin--- goes everywhere. I think I have turned the inside of my garage a "powdered cheese" yellow colour  :dizzy:

Good luck with your build! :cheers:

How bad is the dust ... should have cut it outside. Were abouts you from. I'm from Melbopurne

Schweeet! Always stoked to see a new Street Fighter build. :applaud:

Which SF do you find yourself playing the most and who's your favorite character? (Ryu sucks)

Honestly can and do play all of them no real Favourite

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« Reply #5 on: September 24, 2014, 01:35:57 am »
Hey - good to see another Aussie here!  :applaud:

I am interested to see how your build goes as I am a huge fan of the Street Fighter series.

And yes MDF dust is the worst. Sawing is bad, but routing was the killer for me. That ---steaming pile of meadow muffin--- goes everywhere. I think I have turned the inside of my garage a "powdered cheese" yellow colour  :dizzy:

Good luck with your build! :cheers:

How bad is the dust ... should have cut it outside. Were abouts you from. I'm from Melbopurne


I live in Sydney these days. Originally from Wollongong.

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« Reply #6 on: September 24, 2014, 02:01:23 am »
Despite the Aussie factor, I'm watching - looking good  :cheers:
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« Reply #7 on: September 25, 2014, 05:06:52 am »
Getting it together  :applaud:



So far everything is fitting well


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« Reply #8 on: September 25, 2014, 05:23:53 am »
Next positioning/mounting Speakers:

Have been able to source kickass sound setup for my cab.
Using a Beats by Dr. Dre Beatbox



2x 5.25"Woffer's
2x 2" Tweeter's



After alot of measuring and thinking about how I willl mount the speakers I finally settleted on mounting them on the top and having round holes.
I cut the speaker holes using a hole saw Drill bit, really come up well.

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« Reply #9 on: September 25, 2014, 05:26:44 am »
Mounted my 29" LED TV and fitted 60mm Flouro Tube for the marquee.



Not really happy with the blind spots on the sides of the marquee, I have ordered some led strips from Ebay think I will try them. The white backing is from an old LCD TV I pulled apart it spreads the light well considering

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« Reply #10 on: September 25, 2014, 05:47:27 am »
Hi,

Nice build so far. As the design seems to based on Project Mame (besides the Width) which I based my build on too I have some advice:
- Round the sharp corners of the side panels at the marquee and CP. You will get problems mounting the t-molding otherwise (and it looks better in my opinion).
- Make the CP deeper to better fit your buttons and keep some space to rest your hand palms.
- How are you gonna mount the bezel as I don't see any battens.

The image below shows the rounded edges with t-molding and the deeper CP:

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« Reply #11 on: September 25, 2014, 05:59:30 pm »
Hi,
Nice build so far. As the design seems to based on Project Mame (besides the Width) which I based my build on too I have some advice:
- Make the CP deeper to better fit your buttons and keep some space to rest your hand palms.
- How are you gonna mount the bezel as I don't see any battens.

Thanks for the advise, yes the design was based on a Project Mame but modified it a bit.
I am very limited on CP depth I will stretch it as much as I can, but just don't have the room.
For the bezel I am going to mount it with 4 angle brackets from the back should hold it up.

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab
« Reply #12 on: September 25, 2014, 06:03:48 pm »
I think I've seen more photos of your cabinet after completion, EMDB, then when you were working on it.

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« Reply #13 on: September 25, 2014, 06:20:36 pm »
 :soapbox: I hate painting, Especially using black paint, this has been  :censored: so far. At least the warmer weather is helping with the drying time, bought the new beaut NAP roller was told by the Bunnings guys it's the best for gloss paint ....... :tool:...... It was crap left fur everywhere when I was applying the black, I followed all the cleaning instructions before hand as well. Lucky I painted the back first so not much damage done.

Went back and got a 10pk of foam rollers for $10, no fur great finish and no more cleaning up, straight in the bin when done, even got a few cheap roller tray's as well so not even going to bother cleaning them.
Will post some more pics soon.

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« Reply #14 on: September 25, 2014, 06:43:36 pm »
 
I think I've seen more photos of your cabinet after completion, EMDB, then when you were working on it.
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« Reply #15 on: September 25, 2014, 07:02:36 pm »
I think I've seen more photos of your cabinet after completion, EMDB, then when you were working on it.

And they always show up in other build threads... >:D

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« Reply #16 on: September 26, 2014, 02:21:39 am »
I think I've seen more photos of your cabinet after completion, EMDB, then when you were working on it.

And they always show up in other build threads... >:D
And they always help answering the questions... >:D

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« Reply #17 on: September 26, 2014, 10:29:17 am »
Painting

Black High Gloss



For the bits you dont see I had a tin of water based black I gave it a quick coat.

Picked up a Sheet of Polycarbonate from Bunnings that I will use for the Marquee Front and CP cover, got my X-Arcade delivery and picked up my Control Panel Gear from OZStick.


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« Reply #18 on: September 26, 2014, 10:47:53 am »
:soapbox: I hate painting, Especially using black paint, this has been  :censored: so far. At least the warmer weather is helping with the drying time, bought the new beaut NAP roller was told by the Bunnings guys it's the best for gloss paint ....... :tool:...... It was crap left fur everywhere when I was applying the black, I followed all the cleaning instructions before hand as well. Lucky I painted the back first so not much damage done.

Went back and got a 10pk of foam rollers for $10, no fur great finish and no more cleaning up, straight in the bin when done, even got a few cheap roller tray's as well so not even going to bother cleaning them.
Will post some more pics soon.

Well there's always laminate.......I painted my first cab, will never do that again...

The cost to buy the primer, paint plus the sheer agony of making it look right, a few sheets of laminate a roller and glue is highly appealing and way easier.

Plus the finish is better and more durable.

I think I've seen more photos of your cabinet after completion, EMDB, then when you were working on it.

And they always show up in other build threads... >:D
And they always help answering the questions... >:D

Well here's mine too, I have no idea what question it will answer but since we are tossing pics of own builds in threads..

   :dunno

Did you guys not know?

EMDB = Emulate My Damn Build

Maybe next time just toss in a link to your build so it wont steal this mans glory  :cheers:


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« Reply #19 on: September 26, 2014, 10:59:04 am »
Well there's always laminate.......I painted my first cab, will never do that again...

The cost to buy the primer, paint plus the sheer agony of making it look right, a few sheet of laminate a roller and glue is highly appealing.

Plus the finish is better and more durable.
Very true, Laminate would be a great option.
If you can paint your cab in pieces then assembly I think the job will come up alot better, but if you need to assemble first then paint be prepared for some swearing.
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« Reply #20 on: September 26, 2014, 11:01:02 am »
Laminate is the way to go if you plan on occasionally using your cabinet as a kitchen counter for sure.

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« Reply #21 on: September 26, 2014, 11:02:39 am »
Interesting,  I normally laminate all of my pieces then assemble.

I think i spent about $300.00 on my paint job and didnt get the true results i wanted.  Then when moving i scraped the hell out of it with the table saw and gouged my 300.00 paint job.

Just be careful moving it and give it alot of time too cure, if your patient then painting can be rewarding, or as you say a complete swear job.
   

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« Reply #22 on: September 26, 2014, 11:07:12 am »
Laminate is the way to go if you plan on occasionally using your cabinet as a kitchen counter for sure.

LMAO...........ORRRRRR

If you want a smooth surface to work with (no orange peel), less scratch resistant, shows less fingerprints.  If your a pro painter have at it, some people do it well and have awesome results, just way too time consuming for me.

   

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« Reply #23 on: September 26, 2014, 11:15:14 am »
Laminate is the way to go if you plan on occasionally using your cabinet as a kitchen counter for sure.

LMAO...........ORRRRRR

If you want a smooth surface to work with (no orange peel), less scratch resistant, shows less fingerprints.  If your a pro painter have at it, some people do it well and have awesome results, just way too time consuming for me.

I'd probably try laminate if there were some way I could just roll up to the store and buy a few sheets. I don't feel like special ordering or anything like that.

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« Reply #24 on: September 26, 2014, 12:26:43 pm »
Laminate is the way to go if you plan on occasionally using your cabinet as a kitchen counter for sure.

LMAO...........ORRRRRR

If you want a smooth surface to work with (no orange peel), less scratch resistant, shows less fingerprints.  If your a pro painter have at it, some people do it well and have awesome results, just way too time consuming for me.

I'd probably try laminate if there were some way I could just roll up to the store and buy a few sheets. I don't feel like special ordering or anything like that.

There's always FLEABAY.

Another alternative is this stuff...cheap and in different colors.

http://www.reliablehardware.com/laminates.aspx
   

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« Reply #25 on: September 26, 2014, 04:23:47 pm »
Well here's mine too, I have no idea what question it will answer but since we are tossing pics of own builds in threads..

Did you guys not know?

EMDB = Emulate My Damn Build

Maybe next time just toss in a link to your build so it wont steal this mans glory  :cheers:
There's no need to get rude. I just want to help and yes I use quite often pictures from my own build to visualize my response. This build is even based on the same design as mine. Very childish to "If you post yours I will post mine".

I will not waste more time on your response...

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« Reply #26 on: September 27, 2014, 12:27:48 am »
99% of you will have no idea what I mean but, CARN THE HAWKERRRS !!!!!!!!!! :cheers:

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« Reply #27 on: September 27, 2014, 12:43:36 am »
99% of you will have no idea what I mean but, CARN THE HAWKERRRS !!!!!!!!!! :cheers:

SHAZZLE!

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« Reply #28 on: September 27, 2014, 10:39:25 pm »
Finished the back:
Did it in 2 sections

Bottom Section



Top Section



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« Reply #29 on: September 28, 2014, 08:20:55 pm »
Art Work sent off to Souldraw.com
Going for an orange base
This is the Control Panel and Marquee.

Marquee 700x120



Control Panel 700x300

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« Reply #30 on: September 29, 2014, 01:48:52 am »
Art Work sent off to Souldraw.com
Going for an orange base
This is the Control Panel and Marquee.

Looks great! Did you check how the CP looks with joystick and buttons on it? E.g. don't they interfere with the images?

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« Reply #31 on: September 29, 2014, 02:28:12 am »
Now THAT is a nice looking Marquee!  :cheers:

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« Reply #32 on: September 29, 2014, 03:07:11 am »
On the CP I would swap the big Ryu and Chun Li.
In the character roster I would swap Ken and Ryu and also Sagat (?) (the third guy on the marquee's left team) with someone from the right team so that you get the same teams on the marquee and on the CP.
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« Reply #33 on: September 29, 2014, 07:17:15 am »
+1 on the artwork very sharp.  I also liked your idea to use handles on the rear panel.  Saves your hands from those bastard random splinters.   :D  I have two questions though.  Why are you using such exspensive parts when you are only using it to play SF? (60 inch led, dr dre beats)  And @ rablack how did you end up spending $300 on paint?  Seems a little steep.  I had three shades of black, white primer and DK blue and my total was under $75.  I havent used laminate and I agree paint will chip if you arent careful but $300 blows my mind.  Oh well to each their own.  Clean cabinet so far FR.  Keep up the good work.
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« Reply #34 on: September 29, 2014, 07:36:03 am »
Art Work sent off to Souldraw.com
Going for an orange base
This is the Control Panel and Marquee.

Looks great! Did you check how the CP looks with joystick and buttons on it? E.g. don't they interfere with the images?
Spent weeks on the artwork, some buttons will cover bits here and there but have got it the best I can

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« Reply #35 on: September 29, 2014, 07:41:51 am »
+1 on the artwork very sharp.  I also liked your idea to use handles on the rear panel.  Saves your hands from those bastard random splinters.   :D  I have two questions though.  Why are you using such exspensive parts when you are only using it to play SF? (60 inch led, dr dre beats)  And @ rablack how did you end up spending $300 on paint?  Seems a little steep.  I had three shades of black, white primer and DK blue and my total was under $75.  I havent used laminate and I agree paint will chip if you arent careful but $300 blows my mind.  Oh well to each their own.  Clean cabinet so far FR.  Keep up the good work.
Would love to have a 60" but even I think that's  overboard  ;), using a 29" Teac Led. The speakers are a few years old picked them up second hand as the iPod Dock was damaged which suited me fine didn't cost anymore then a decent set of computer speakers.  Same as you with the paint would not have been more then $70
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« Reply #36 on: September 29, 2014, 07:42:31 am »
Now THAT is a nice looking Marquee!  :cheers:
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« Reply #37 on: September 29, 2014, 07:44:40 am »
Art Work sent off to Souldraw.com
Going for an orange base
This is the Control Panel and Marquee.

Looks great! Did you check how the CP looks with joystick and buttons on it? E.g. don't they interfere with the images?
Spent weeks on the artwork, some buttons will cover bits here and there but have got it the best I can
  :applaud:

Souldraw.com looks like a very cheap alternative for GameOnGrafix. They have backlit material for marquees and "Non Skid Decal - Frosted Vinyl Floor Sticker" as alternative for GoG's polycarbonate laminated CP's. Do you (or anybody else) have experience in their quality?

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« Reply #38 on: September 29, 2014, 07:45:29 am »
On the CP I would swap the big Ryu and Chun Li.
In the character roster I would swap Ken and Ryu and also Sagat (?) (the third guy on the marquee's left team) with someone from the right team so that you get the same teams on the marquee and on the CP.
I spent so much time on it modifying and changing characters and especially the side art I had to draw a line at some point.  I am more then happy with the final product

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« Reply #39 on: September 29, 2014, 07:50:13 am »
Art Work sent off to Souldraw.com
Going for an orange base
This is the Control Panel and Marquee.

Looks great! Did you check how the CP looks with joystick and buttons on it? E.g. don't they interfere with the images?
Spent weeks on the artwork, some buttons will cover bits here and there but have got it the best I can
  :applaud:

Souldraw.com looks like a very cheap alternative for GameOnGrafix. They have backlit material for marquees and "Non Skid Decal - Frosted Vinyl Floor Sticker" as alternative for GoG's polycarbonate laminated CP's. Do you (or anybody else) have experience in their quality?

Price wise there was nobody even close especially in Australia, I was looking at triple the price for next cheapest. It's definitely worth the risk for me, others have recommended them so I will try them out

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« Reply #40 on: September 29, 2014, 09:04:49 am »
Art Work sent off to Souldraw.com
Going for an orange base
This is the Control Panel and Marquee.

Looks great! Did you check how the CP looks with joystick and buttons on it? E.g. don't they interfere with the images?
Spent weeks on the artwork, some buttons will cover bits here and there but have got it the best I can
  :applaud:

Souldraw.com looks like a very cheap alternative for GameOnGrafix. They have backlit material for marquees and "Non Skid Decal - Frosted Vinyl Floor Sticker" as alternative for GoG's polycarbonate laminated CP's. Do you (or anybody else) have experience in their quality?

Price wise there was nobody even close especially in Australia, I was looking at triple the price for next cheapest. It's definitely worth the risk for me, others have recommended them so I will try them out
I'm very curious to see the result  :o

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« Reply #41 on: October 01, 2014, 02:31:44 am »
Polycarbonate sheet bent for control panel:



Went to a local plastics factory and they were able to put the bend in for me.
Tried do it myself on some off cuts, got really close to being able to get it right but kept getting some burn bubbles in it, I was going to make up a jig and try and do it myself but was not worth it if, especially if I damaged it and was not happy.

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« Reply #42 on: October 01, 2014, 05:43:25 am »
Polycarbonate sheet bent for control panel:

Went to a local plastics factory and they were able to put the bend in for me.
Tried do it myself on some off cuts, got really close to being able to get it right but kept getting some burn bubbles in it, I was going to make up a jig and try and do it myself but was not worth it if, especially if I damaged it and was not happy.
Shouldn't the edge be more rounded? (both the CP and the polycarbonate)

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab
« Reply #43 on: October 01, 2014, 06:40:25 am »
Shouldn't the edge be more rounded? (both the CP and the polycarbonate)

What do you mean, which edge?
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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab
« Reply #44 on: October 01, 2014, 08:01:34 pm »
great to see this build coming along - sorry i couldn't reply earlier - looks like your got this project by the ball bearings  :applaud: 
My art is always free for you to download and modify as you see fit...
Why?... because I could never find any art I loved on the net. So I played around with Photoshop and wish to share it with the arcade community.

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab
« Reply #45 on: October 01, 2014, 08:59:07 pm »
great to see this build coming along - sorry i couldn't reply earlier - looks like your got this project by the ball bearings  :applaud:
Thanks Wol, must admit was your Free Art Thread  that got the ball rolling for me.

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab
« Reply #46 on: October 01, 2014, 09:10:14 pm »
Well here's mine too, I have no idea what question it will answer but since we are tossing pics of own builds in threads..

Did you guys not know?

EMDB = Emulate My Damn Build

Maybe next time just toss in a link to your build so it wont steal this mans glory  :cheers:
There's no need to get rude. I just want to help and yes I use quite often pictures from my own build to visualize my response. This build is even based on the same design as mine. Very childish to "If you post yours I will post mine".

I will not waste more time on your response...

Point totally missed here, sorry you got your feelings hurt  :dunno

If you plaster your build in someone elses thread its called a blind hijack (or a hey look at mine), apparently you do this often.  I just mentioned hey post a link to your build and let him go see it, that way your finished build doesnt take away from his project.  I posted mine just to poke fun...Lighten up  >:D

Anyhow dont see how i'm rude and childish, we all know your proud of your project, we've all been there done that, LOL, stop tooting your own horn man.

This convo bores me...... on to better things...

KICK ASS build my man, keep up the good work......CARN the Hawkers, shag the woman, Eat at Joes!!!!!!! :cheers:
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« Reply #47 on: October 05, 2014, 06:05:20 pm »
Did some work on my start up panel and audio. The Start up panel will be hidden under the control panel.

First Button turns PC On/Off. This was quite simple have hocked up a LED to come off the PC.
Second button turns LED TV On/Off. Spliced into the Standby rail of the TV so I can now Turn the TV on/off very easily. Was also able to get into the Service Mode of the TV there was a option that allows the TV to turn on from AC. This means when I turn the main cabinet switch on the TV comes up automatically.
Third Button turns the Audio On/Off. Was able to swap the original switch and found a 5v rail on the amp and connected an LED to it, so that now comes on which is good.
I disconnected the Volume pot and extended the wire slightly, so now am able to control the volume quite easily.
Lastly I put a USB connector connected to the PC




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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab
« Reply #48 on: October 05, 2014, 07:00:14 pm »
I mounted the Amp PCB and Power Supply to the side of the cabinet and stuck a power board to the back of the unit.



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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab *CP Progress**
« Reply #49 on: October 09, 2014, 05:22:39 pm »
Art Work has arrived.
Finished off the Control Panel, used 12mm MDF for the bottom and a 3mm Polycarbonate for the top.

Vinyl has arrived from Souldraw, and was really easy to stick on.

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« Reply #50 on: October 09, 2014, 05:24:27 pm »
Holes Cut out


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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Finishing Control Panel**
« Reply #51 on: October 09, 2014, 05:56:20 pm »
All wiring done.


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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Finishing Control Panel**
« Reply #52 on: October 09, 2014, 05:59:31 pm »
Some photos of the finished Control Panel.




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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Finishing Control Panel**
« Reply #53 on: October 09, 2014, 09:44:49 pm »
That looks fantastic. The portraits on the front of the panel really work well.

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Finishing Control Panel**
« Reply #54 on: October 10, 2014, 01:57:47 am »
Some photos of the finished Control Panel.
Why didn't you tilt the top of the CP a bit?

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Finishing Control Panel**
« Reply #55 on: October 10, 2014, 03:18:51 am »
Why didn't you tilt the top of the CP a bit?
I'm happy with the layout, had a few test games and feels really comfortable plenty of room as well.


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« Reply #56 on: October 10, 2014, 03:21:28 am »
I'm very curious to see the result  :o
Hard to tell from the pics but really happy with the printing, couldn't fault it and very fast turn-around.

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Control Panel Done **
« Reply #57 on: October 10, 2014, 03:53:32 am »
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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Control Panel Done **
« Reply #58 on: October 10, 2014, 04:44:13 am »
The artwork on the front looks great but the only two characters at the top are completely disrupted by the sticks and buttons and almost all space around the controls is "empty". I know Positioning the artwork around the controls is not an easy job...

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« Reply #59 on: October 10, 2014, 06:00:59 am »
Cool looking build...   Not to nitpick, but just wondering a couple things.  Why did you go with JLW sticks?  I mean, its a good stick and all.  I use them myself on my 4 way cabs, but if you are going 8way and in a fighting cab the JLF's are so much better!  If you plan on staying with the JLW's I believe they sell longer joystick shafts for under mount situations like yours, so that your joysticks are not so stubby.  Also you are running a widescreen monitor on a computer powerful enough to run USFF, why not add 2 more buttons per player for a total of 8 each so you can play that game in all its arcade edition glory!  Jus sayin'!

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« Reply #60 on: October 10, 2014, 07:55:02 am »
Lookin' pretty sweet, man. I dig it.  :applaud: :applaud:



Damn you people with your fancy wiring.  :D

Tru dat LT.  My first wiring job looks like...well its crap.  My second one looks 100x better. 

FR - Watch the front edge of the plexi glass.  I've knicked myself a couple of times on my weecade.  I see now why people bend plastic over the whole thing.  Something you might want to consider down the road.  Either way it's a really sharp cab.  Good work.

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Control Panel Done **
« Reply #61 on: October 10, 2014, 08:30:49 pm »
Really like the shape of your cab, and the CP looks awesome  :applaud:
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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Control Panel Done **
« Reply #62 on: October 10, 2014, 10:19:22 pm »
Love the control panel. Been looking into ordering from souldraw.
What kind of vinyl did you go with?

 :cheers:

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Control Panel Done **
« Reply #63 on: October 11, 2014, 07:15:42 am »
Love the control panel. Been looking into ordering from souldraw.
What kind of vinyl did you go with?

 :cheers:
Thanks.

For the Control Panel and Sides  used the Vinyl Sticker (Black Adhesive)
http://www.souldraw.com/vinyl-sticker-black-adhesive.html

and for the marquee used Backlit PVC Film

http://www.souldraw.com/backlit-pvc-film.html

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Control Panel Done **
« Reply #64 on: October 11, 2014, 07:34:38 am »
The artwork on the front looks great but the only two characters at the top are completely disrupted by the sticks and buttons and almost all space around the controls is "empty". I know Positioning the artwork around the controls is not an easy job...

I can't be happier with the end result it has come up exactly how I wanted it. The angle of the photo does no do it justice.
Ken and Chun-Li face's are visible which is what I wanted and the buttons blend into the rest of the head, absoultly rapt how they line up. And the VS graphic in the middle fills out the rest of the panel.
Will post a better top view pic soon.

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Control Panel Done **
« Reply #65 on: October 11, 2014, 07:40:07 am »
Cool looking build...   Not to nitpick, but just wondering a couple things.  Why did you go with JLW sticks?  I mean, its a good stick and all.  I use them myself on my 4 way cabs, but if you are going 8way and in a fighting cab the JLF's are so much better!  If you plan on staying with the JLW's I believe they sell longer joystick shafts for under mount situations like yours, so that your joysticks are not so stubby.  Also you are running a widescreen monitor on a computer powerful enough to run USFF, why not add 2 more buttons per player for a total of 8 each so you can play that game in all its arcade edition glory!  Jus sayin'!

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I am honestly not a massive fan of an over crowded CP, I like the 6 button layout. I have left enough space for extra 2 buttons in the future but don't think I will be using them.
For the joysticks, this is my first build so all trial and error for me. Most if not all the game time on this machine is going to be for 2 players so as long as it's fair for each I am happy.
The only things I want to change is get red and blue dust covers and handles if any one can let me know were to get?
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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Control Panel Done **
« Reply #66 on: October 11, 2014, 07:50:26 am »
FR - Watch the front edge of the plexi glass.  I've knicked myself a couple of times on my weecade.  I see now why people bend plastic over the whole thing.  Something you might want to consider down the road.  Either way it's a really sharp cab.  Good work.
Thanks, I have just tried as hard as I can to draw some blood, no luck  :). Edges on this product are not sharp at all, infact the material is very soft and easy to work with the drill bit was going in like it was butter, but on the flip side it doesn't seem to scratch easily cause I haven't left any scratches on the surface.

This is the product I used, bought it from Bunning's
 

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Control Panel Done **
« Reply #67 on: October 11, 2014, 02:40:57 pm »
I am honestly not a massive fan of an over crowded CP, I like the 6 button layout. I have left enough space for extra 2 buttons in the future but don't think I will be using them.
For the joysticks, this is my first build so all trial and error for me. Most if not all the game time on this machine is going to be for 2 players so as long as it's fair for each I am happy.



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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Control Panel Done **
« Reply #68 on: October 11, 2014, 11:47:30 pm »

Awesome build and artwork! :applaud:

Sooo I was just looking at souldraw.com and... are those prices for real? it's like a $1.50 for a 17 x 10 CPO and 80 cents for a marquee on backlit pvc film. The shipping and processing is 14 bucks for each, but that doesn't seem right. GOG is 5 times that. I'll have to research more before I order my artwork to see where to get it from.

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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Control Panel Done **
« Reply #69 on: October 12, 2014, 12:02:45 am »

Awesome build and artwork! :applaud:

Sooo I was just looking at souldraw.com and... are those prices for real? it's like a $1.50 for a 17 x 10 CPO and 80 cents for a marquee on backlit pvc film. The shipping and processing is 14 bucks for each, but that doesn't seem right. GOG is 5 times that. I'll have to research more before I order my artwork to see where to get it from.
Email him for a price, my postage ended up more then what was quoted on the website but it was still reasonable.
I can't compare quality cause I have never physically seen anyone else's work, but looks ok to me. The vinyl could have been thicker but u get what u pay for I guess.
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« Reply #70 on: October 12, 2014, 05:00:50 am »
 nice build dude ,love the streetfighter theme, just an all round tidy cab.....give yourself a pat on the back my friend :applaud: nice wiring too, like someone else mentioned my wiring is very sub par messy shite, but you never see it so i dont really give a fuk 8)
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Re: My Street Fighter Upright Cab **Control Panel Done **
« Reply #71 on: October 15, 2014, 05:40:22 pm »
Cut the Coin Door hole, and gave the front a final coat of paint.



Just finishing off the coin box now.

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what amazes me about some of these builds is folks do it without sawhorses or a work bench..... :cheers:
   

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Doesn't look like a big deal, but rapt with my coin bucket, been searching for days for something that was the right fit and that was some type of metal.
I ended up finding a peg box from the Reject Shop that fit perfecty, painted it up and add a pieces of foam to the bottom.



Had to set it all up to make sure it worked and to hear how it sounded when the coins dropped in,  :applaud:. Rapt with it sounds just right.



Coin Door with final paint job.


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Doesn't look like a big deal, but rapt with my coin bucket, been searching for days for something that was the right fit and that was some type of metal.
I ended up finding a peg box from the Reject Shop that fit perfecty, painted it up and add a pieces of foam to the bottom.

Had to set it all up to make sure it worked and to hear how it sounded when the coins dropped in,  :applaud:. Rapt with it sounds just right.

Coin Door with final paint job.

You expect to collect a lot of coins  >:D

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You expect to collect a lot of coins  >:D
I have been saving my dollars :angel: Free play on this cab
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what amazes me about some of these builds is folks do it without sawhorses or a work bench..... :cheers:
You can get pretty far with a couple of 2x4's and an empty recycling bin.

Who needs a sawhorse when 2 milk creates and an old office chair can do the job.  ;D

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Has anyone ever made a dust cover/bag for there machines?

I've seen these pinball covers that look good, but can't seem to find arcade cab ones.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/STANDARD-SIZE-DUST-COVER-PROTECTOR-FOR-PINBALL-MACHINE-/221070153806
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T-moulding has arrived:



Vinyl Time  :applaud:
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Ok Side vinyl has gone on.

I gave the sides a good few coats of High Gloss paint I had lying around, remembered to smooth out any imperfections in the finish first.



Was really nervous starting off the roll but found it went on quite smoothly.



Cutting the extra bits


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All done,








I am happy with the finish very bright as I said earlier in my post I would have liked the vinyl to be that little bit thicker than it is, in the end you get what you pay for so we will see how the product holds up in the long run.
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that artwork (and cab) looks ---smurfin--- sweet dude :applaud:
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Not sure why you painted your cab then applied your artwork instead of just giving sanding it with progressively lighter grit sandpaper each time.   :dunno To each their own.

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Not sure why you painted your cab then applied your artwork instead of just giving sanding it with progressively lighter grit sandpaper each time.   :dunno To each their own.

For best adhesion painting first is the only way to go.  A lot of complaints about art lifting at the edges or "bad glue" on adhesive vinyl actually come from the surface prep.  Bare wood, even well sanded, is a very poor choice for decal work. 

The paint seals the surface, fills in micro cracks, and offers a much better surface for the glue to stick to.  Painting first is definitely the way to go imo.

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Not sure why you painted your cab then applied your artwork instead of just giving sanding it with progressively lighter grit sandpaper each time.   :dunno To each their own.

I asked a lot of the vinyl printer's when I was getting quotes and they all told me to get the surface looking like glass and they mentioned best prep was to paint surface with a High Gloss paint.  Got it as smooth as I could, seems to have stuck well.

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For best adhesion painting first is the only way to go.  A lot of complaints about art lifting at the edges or "bad glue" on adhesive vinyl actually come from the surface prep.  Bare wood, even well sanded, is a very poor choice for decal work. 

The paint seals the surface, fills in micro cracks, and offers a much better surface for the glue to stick to.  Painting first is definitely the way to go imo.
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For best adhesion painting first is the only way to go.  A lot of complaints about art lifting at the edges or "bad glue" on adhesive vinyl actually come from the surface prep.  Bare wood, even well sanded, is a very poor choice for decal work. 

The paint seals the surface, fills in micro cracks, and offers a much better surface for the glue to stick to.  Painting first is definitely the way to go imo.

Also if vinyl gets damaged or you get bored and want to change (not that I can see that happening here - WOW! what great artwork) is really easy to remove / replace

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Not sure why you painted your cab then applied your artwork instead of just giving sanding it with progressively lighter grit sandpaper each time.   :dunno To each their own.

For best adhesion painting first is the only way to go.  A lot of complaints about art lifting at the edges or "bad glue" on adhesive vinyl actually come from the surface prep.  Bare wood, even well sanded, is a very poor choice for decal work. 

The paint seals the surface, fills in micro cracks, and offers a much better surface for the glue to stick to.  Painting first is definitely the way to go imo.

exactly....i was going to respond but you said it all Le Chuck 8)  adheisive vinyl does not stick straight to bare mdf well at all....

i thought that was basic common sense :dunno
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I cant argue with results.  Good to know paint is required before vinyl.  In case I go that route in the future.

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Have mounted the PC and cleaned up all the wiring.


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« Reply #93 on: October 25, 2014, 02:23:37 am »
T-moulding




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« Reply #94 on: October 25, 2014, 07:19:27 am »
Back Of Unit with T-Moulding



Front of unit with T-Moulding


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« Reply #95 on: October 25, 2014, 07:27:59 am »
Installed the marquee.
Backlit PVC Film with 3 strips of LED for backlights (Originally had a fluro tube in there but ended up with the LED's) Poylcarbonate for the front and an LCD Difuser at the back.
For the holder I used 20mmx12mm angle that I painted black.





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« Reply #96 on: October 25, 2014, 07:34:50 am »
 :) Ok it's taken it's time and has been a challenge but this is it it's DONE!!!!!!!







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« Reply #97 on: October 25, 2014, 08:43:30 am »
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« Reply #98 on: October 25, 2014, 05:27:55 pm »
Congrats!  Looks slick!  But it's not done until we see pics of a Street Fighter game is running on it. Lol. Post more!

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« Reply #99 on: October 25, 2014, 10:41:12 pm »
Congrats!  Looks slick!  But it's not done until we see pics of a Street Fighter game is running on it. Lol. Post more!

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« Reply #100 on: October 26, 2014, 07:13:13 pm »
Everything looks really well matched together.  Very clean.

Out of curiosity, the one thing that caught my eye was the coin door.  Why did you go with a single player coin door?

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« Reply #101 on: October 26, 2014, 10:46:20 pm »
Out of curiosity, the one thing that caught my eye was the coin door.  Why did you go with a single player coin door?
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« Reply #102 on: November 02, 2014, 10:32:32 pm »
I was wondering the same thing.  Just doesn't "look right".

Why did you go with a single player coin door?

In the end I liked the look of the door. It's main purpose is to finish off the look of the machine and I think it did that, the kids love putting the money in it which makes them happy.
Each to there own I suppose, but in the end I'm more then happy with the result.

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« Reply #103 on: November 03, 2014, 09:53:29 am »
Goof grief that thing is gorgeous!  I noticed that you had SF running full screen on a widescreen monitor.  Were any of the SF games actually wide screen or are you stretching it?  I gone out of my way to stick with 4x3 for my planned builds (I even snatched up a hard to find 24" 4x3 LCD at one point) but I'm curious if I'm going to have the opposite problem for wide screen games.  Anybody know if there are any/many in MAME?

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« Reply #104 on: November 03, 2014, 11:19:38 am »
Goof grief that thing is gorgeous!  I noticed that you had SF running full screen on a widescreen monitor.  Were any of the SF games actually wide screen or are you stretching it?  I gone out of my way to stick with 4x3 for my planned builds (I even snatched up a hard to find 24" 4x3 LCD at one point) but I'm curious if I'm going to have the opposite problem for wide screen games.  Anybody know if there are any/many in MAME?
I believe SF IV supports widescreen, so it isn't stretched.  But the MAME (or Dreamcast) ones are probably stretched, although you can set those for 4:3 modes so that you see the black bars on the sides.

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« Reply #105 on: November 26, 2014, 04:29:16 am »
Hi,

The graphics of this cab is AWESOME!!!

I like it so much!

I'm trying to build a bartop weecade, is it possible to have this graphics?

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« Reply #106 on: November 26, 2014, 11:36:20 am »
This looks amazing. 
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« Reply #107 on: November 29, 2014, 04:53:37 am »
bery sxy :burgerking:

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« Reply #108 on: November 30, 2014, 12:26:54 am »
Looks fantastic.  Thinking of using souldraw as well.   Would you recommend?

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« Reply #109 on: December 01, 2014, 03:57:28 pm »
Looks fantastic.  Thinking of using souldraw as well.   Would you recommend?
Thanks, for price and service soul draw was awsome, the vinyl wrap has been been on for a good 8 weeks now and there is no lifting or peeling at all.
Like I mentioned earlier you get what you pay for, but so far so good.

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« Reply #110 on: January 08, 2015, 02:19:52 pm »
I love your build fr_303, one of my favs. I love SF and am looking to build my first cab with MAME. No stranger to woodworking or computers but still some things I'm not looking forward too!

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« Reply #111 on: January 13, 2015, 10:04:01 am »
Amazingly beautiful!

Inspired me to do my own very similar!

do you think you can share your side art with me so I can order a similar one for my build.  :notworthy:

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« Reply #112 on: January 15, 2015, 08:14:13 am »
I love your build fr_303, one of my favs. I love SF and am looking to build my first cab with MAME. No stranger to woodworking or computers but still some things I'm not looking forward too!
Thanks, if your stuck anywhere happy to help

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« Reply #113 on: January 15, 2015, 10:58:16 am »
fr,

maybe i missed it some where in the post but what did you use to lock down your cp?

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« Reply #114 on: January 15, 2015, 06:01:50 pm »
fr,

maybe i missed it some where in the post but what did you use to lock down your cp?

I was going to put some angle brackets at the bottom of the CP but I found when I secured the bezel I did not need them The bezel holds it nicely in place.

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« Reply #115 on: January 28, 2015, 10:56:38 pm »

 :cheers:
 
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« Reply #116 on: February 14, 2015, 05:19:14 pm »
Thanks for all the kind comments
I have uploaded a few videos on you tube if any one is interested
 

 

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« Reply #117 on: February 14, 2015, 05:58:13 pm »
Nice videos.

I noticed you use the default MAME with NAG screens (and thus probably without high score saving). Compile a NAG free hiscore enabled version of MAME to get an even more true Arcade feeling.

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« Reply #118 on: February 15, 2015, 03:59:41 am »
Awesome work, really like the artwork.
I have a question, how do you find Ultra SF4 plays with the 6 button layout? Just curious. I had to add 2 extra buttons for a 8 per side for it feel right. I also play SF x Tekken and MK9 ( which I am still not happy with ) and needed a couple admin buttons per side as well just to navigate menus.

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« Reply #119 on: February 15, 2015, 06:07:08 am »
Compile a NAG free hiscore enabled version of MAME to get an even more true Arcade feeling.
Do you have a tutorial for this some were.
I started looking in to it back couldn't work it out

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« Reply #120 on: March 03, 2015, 10:27:06 am »
Hello,
First of all I want to congrats you for the project. Look awesome.
Can you share some measurements and designs? I`m documenting for starting a build like that of my own.

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« Reply #121 on: March 03, 2015, 03:18:54 pm »
Compile a NAG free hiscore enabled version of MAME to get an even more true Arcade feeling.
Do you have a tutorial for this some were.
I started looking in to it back couldn't work it out

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« Reply #122 on: May 10, 2015, 09:52:04 pm »
Thanks, if your stuck anywhere happy to help

fr_303, great cab. It's one of my favorites so far. Do you mind sharing the original artwork? TIA

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« Reply #123 on: May 17, 2015, 07:05:25 pm »
Thanks, if your stuck anywhere happy to help

fr_303, great cab. It's one of my favorites so far. Do you mind sharing the original artwork? TIA

Happy to help PM me

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« Reply #124 on: May 25, 2015, 01:29:04 am »
Hi Guys

If anyone is interested in purchasing the art work used in my Street Fighter Cabinet it is now for sale.
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« Reply #125 on: May 26, 2015, 03:56:19 am »
Hi Guys

If anyone is interested in purchasing the art work used in my Street Fighter Cabinet it is now for sale.

Marquee

Control

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Since the design is already being used by other builders I might as well offer it up for sale

Thanks

nice cab dude, but why don't you just upload the artwork for free on the wiki ,for others to use and give something back to the site/community?
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« Reply #126 on: May 29, 2015, 12:12:18 pm »


nice cab dude, but why don't you just upload the artwork for free on the wiki ,for others to use and give something back to the site/community?
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« Reply #127 on: May 31, 2015, 12:31:48 am »
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Yeah man, nobody is going to buy the art, the key word was SHARE, not saying you didn't put alot of work into it.  However i'm sure you got some help here from the community and nobody charged you for that.

If you have major art skills offer up your services for commission, but don't offer up your shared work for sale, it kills the spirit of giving in the forum.....

   

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« Reply #128 on: June 01, 2015, 03:16:30 am »


nice cab dude, but why don't you just upload the artwork for free on the wiki ,for others to use and give something back to the site/community?

Got a link to that wiki?
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Here...........http://arcadecontrols.com/arcade.htm

artwork tab on left side of screen, you can download sideart, bezels, marquees and upload artwork to.
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« Reply #129 on: June 05, 2015, 08:06:17 am »
nice cab dude, but why don't you just upload the artwork for free on the wiki ,for others to use and give something back to the site/community?
Some one else did right here ->  http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,145734.0.html

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nice cab dude, but why don't you just upload the artwork for free on the wiki ,for others to use and give something back to the site/community?
Some one else did right here ->  http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,145734.0.html

Also my favorite part of his screenshots is utorrent running in the taskbar

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« Reply #131 on: June 05, 2015, 10:35:48 am »
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« Reply #132 on: June 05, 2015, 11:59:03 am »
dat utorrent swaggg  8)

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« Reply #133 on: June 29, 2015, 10:08:13 pm »
Cabinet looks great man! I saw your Hyperspin video before, I can't wait to start messing with Hyperspin. Congrats on your amazing achievement!

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« Reply #134 on: January 18, 2016, 12:50:16 am »
Hi man, is there a way you could share the os? or make a tutorial about it?

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« Reply #135 on: January 18, 2016, 07:47:35 am »
Welcome aboard, Sonic15.   ;D

share the os?
Perhaps you can clarify what you meant to avoid getting into Rule 5 territory.   ???

Were you asking about the operating system (Windows), the image editing software, the image files, or the front end program? (Hyperspin)   :dunno


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« Reply #136 on: July 29, 2016, 06:10:35 am »
Hello.
Has anyone have the sidearts of this cabinet??
I need them, Im changing the arts of my cabinet and I love these!



Thanks and sorry for rebirth this post.
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