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3D Printed Bartop Arcade Machine Enclosure

Posted: Wed Mar 01, 2017 6:08 pm
by Numonic
Hi haven't been posting for a while have been studying other things lately mainly programming in C# :shock: but have been working on a
small Bartop Arcade machine that's printed entirely in a 3D. I'll eventually be working on making an enclosure out of wood painting it adding vinyl stickers. But needed a version strong to work out spacing of internal parts and to make sure all sizes are right.

Works great took some video footage but the screen is pretty bright.

Re: 3D Printed Bartop Arcade Machine Enclosure

Posted: Wed Mar 01, 2017 6:41 pm
by JuanCR
great job with lots of parts :-)

Re: 3D Printed Bartop Arcade Machine Enclosure

Posted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 2:26 am
by Numonic
imprenta3d wrote:great job with lots of parts :-)
Thanks definitely many parts at first I was wondering if I was able to do it, but after making the Batmobile I knew I had to slice it up a bit more to get it to work. I can only imagine with the UpBox how fewer pieces would have needed to be made.

Re: 3D Printed Bartop Arcade Machine Enclosure

Posted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 7:28 am
by JuanCR
I have an Up Plus and a Box, and it's a pleasure being able to print big parts forgetting how to fit them on te bed.

Re: 3D Printed Bartop Arcade Machine Enclosure

Posted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 5:50 pm
by Numonic
imprenta3d wrote:I have an Up Plus and a Box, and it's a pleasure being able to print big parts forgetting how to fit them on te bed.
Ah so cool must be wonderful, does it wobble after a while from parts being so high or do the supports keep it nice and tightly fit?

Re: 3D Printed Bartop Arcade Machine Enclosure

Posted: Thu Mar 02, 2017 7:05 pm
by JuanCR
Only had a problem with a shaft 100mm tall and Ø4mm, I didn't realize about vibrations until it was printed.
Apart from some special cases, it works almost perfect.