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This is a model that represents a 1990's Bally / Williams DMD era pinball cabinet at a 1:20 scale. It is a close replica but some things like the legs etc don't scale well and are straight (no slight kick out). This is slightly different in that the cabinet base has a larger hole in the base for the manufacturing process and the dmd panel has cut outs to represent the speakers and dmd.
Simply select the material of your choice and order, and then you can print off an image of the playfield and translite and insert into the allowed space in the model along with cabinet art and you have a close scaled model of a pinball.
The difference with this model is that the cabinet is split into 3 in an attempt to reduce the cost. The backbox locates on 2 pins and the playfield slides into the cabinet.
Version 1 - 1 Piece print in 1:10 Scale Version 2 - 3 Piece print in 1:10 Scale (cheaper due to removeable playfield & backbox in the leg space to reduce print volume. Version 3 - 1 piece print in 1:20 scale model to reduce the cost but allows for a few more materials like metals ideal for pinball trophies etc. Version 4 - 1 piece print in 1:20 scale model to reduce the cost but allows for a few more materials like metals ideal for pinball trophies etc with the difference being it has a diner floor to add in fastening to a trophy as well as strengthen the legs.
Note: my apologies about the price, though is out of my control as is a large print. Version should allow a price reduce for a 3 part design.