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48" 30" Pin2Dmd Indiana Jones Widebody

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hey there...thank you all for inspiring me in this great forum. this is a little teaser of my cab. hope you enjoy...

maybe i'll post a little more details later.

best regards,

ebster.

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hey there...thank you all for inspiring me in this great forum. this is a little teaser of my cab. hope you enjoy...

https://youtu.be/Dp42ZePojAo

maybe i'll post a little more details later.

best regards,

ebster.

Extremely nice build! Is that a real dmd with color or something else?

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it is a "real" pin2dmd. a project by enthusiasts where a chinese square multicolor led panel is transformed into a dmd using some small programmable driver board.

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Do you have any kind of dolly for the camera or is it processed to not jerk? ;) I mean nobody is that steady on the hand..

 

Where did you find the color patch for the dmd?

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youtube asked me if i wanted to optimize for a steady shot and i said yes :-) filmed with the samsung s6.

in vpinmame you can set 4 colours for the pin2dmd by hand. i just set them to my liking.

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Nice looking cab! A few questions if I may?

What model TV did you use for the playfield?

How do you find the input lag and reaction speeds on the TV?

And do you have any issues with motion blur/trailing and viewing angles?

I haven't found any 48"s to my liking but your one looks very nice from the vid.

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thanks a lot..as i am on holiday atm i will answer shortly. it is a Samsung UE48 J5580.

completely decased it leaves ca. 5mm thin wood of the original cabinet sides. fits like a glove. nearly no frame visible under the siderails/upper trim/lockbar. super angle view. no latency i would notice.

best regards.

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The fit in the cab was going to be my next question but you beat me to it!

This is the first build I've seen with a 48" panel and hearing that performs and fits in a widebody so well is great news seeing as 46" screens are non-existant nowadays.

Am I right in assuming that you used an original Indiana Jones for you cabinet?

Or is it a custom built cab with IJ sideart?

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it is the original widebody. sits 1cm under the glass. parallel. the glass is custom build so it sits exactly on the 5mm wood sides left and right. a wooden frame under the tv can be moved up to the back about 70 degrees. side rails, glass and upper playfield trim have to be removed to lift the tv.

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Nice build.  Did I understand that the TV fits in the original cabinet without modification to the cab?? Is the IJ cab a williams SuperPin?

 

Does using a 48" make the pinball and table larger than life?

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thank you.

no. the cabinet becomes 5mm thin on the left and right vertical sides. the tv is decased and sits on the sides. right about 5mm beneath the glass..but doesn't become hot. widebody tables look real by size. the others look a little wider.

best regards.

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thank you.

no. the cabinet becomes 5mm thin on the left and right vertical sides. the tv is decased and sits on the sides. right about 5mm beneath the glass..but doesn't become hot. widebody tables look real by size. the others look a little wider.

best regards.

 

 

Ah, so you routed out the sides?   The links to filippermart.de didnt work for me. Looks like it needs an account for viewing the link.

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How the heck did you fit a 48" monitor in there? What make and model of monitor did you use for your playfield?


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as i wrote above i decased the samsung tv and thinned out the sides of the cabinet. 

 

 

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as i wrote above i decased the samsung tv and thinned out the sides of the cabinet. 

 

 


I saw that after. My bad. That is a beast.


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