I will say I like the multimonitor support for the backglass. Your table orientation reminds me of a cabinet I got to play at the Pinball Hall of Fame in Las Vegas. It's a vertical pinball machine. I don't mean like pachinko either. It was called Pinball Circus and looked like it was basically built in a standard arcade game cabinet.
Wow, that's quite a rig! Looks like a pinball machine mated with "the claw"....
I like the back glass as well, but it's a bit of a pain to set up under Pinball FX3, and for some reason Zen Studios doesn't offer the backglass images, you've got to go hunting for them yourself and then figure out what the naming convention is supposed to be.
We have a Jungle Queen machine that REALLY needs the playfield refinished. I've priced out my top 3 machines (Addams Family, Twilight Zone, Midievil Madness) and I can't find any of them for less than about $5K in good condition. It really makes a setup like yours seem like a perfect alternative.
How do you handle things like bumps? Is there a sensor in your control panel or do you just not have that option?
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