Arcade cabinet design plans, free plans for balsa wood planes - PDF Review

Categories: Woodworking Plans Corner Desk | Author: admin 31.07.2013

The design looks absolutely beautiful and Archie just rolled out an affordable Kickstarter project for anyone interested in getting their hands on one. If you're not quite so into DIY, a $300 pledge gets you a cabinet kit that assembles with only a screwdriver, and you can add a $150 pre-drilled control panel (USB arcade controller, sanwa joystick and happ buttons) and accessory kit (marquee lights, t-molding, plexiglass and marquee retainers). The fit and finish of the American Ace Arcade looks first rate and it's an excellent alternative to buying a pre-built unit, which can easily cost several thousand dollars. He wanted to build a multi-game arcade unit, but his wife didn't want a refrigerator-sized machine lurking in the corner.

Pledging $40 gets you a set of plans, blueprints and full-sized templates to make cutting side panels a breeze. You'll need to supply your own monitor, sound system and game board (PC-based MAME arcade emulator, JAMMA multi-game, or even a home game console). The result is the American Ace Arcade—a scaled-down arcade machine that stands just over 4 feet high. And if you like the compact cabinet but want something that adults can play standing, it should be easy to build a small pedestal to raise the unit.

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