Smash TV and Total Carnage and T2 are all Y-Unit and they'll be covered in my kitsI believe lots of Midway boards suffer the "where do I put this" sound board. I'm thinking of Smash TV, Total Carnage, Terminator 2, etc.
The Williams Z-Unit ran Narc, but I don't think anything else appeared on that board.Some of their older stuff uses a separate board as well (such as Arch Rivals) but I don't know how much interest or need there is in the Pre Y-Unit stuff.
I think you could crimp some IDC cables/connectors to plug into the custom board connectors.looks like the only way to really keep it organized is to leave it on the metal backing plate
Oh snap! Can you get in touch with them ASAP? I just ordered two cases today, and I'd like them to fit properly when they arrive.The acrylic kits are being sold now because he put them on the store for me to order them, but there are some mistakes I need to make him correct them before you buy them.
I'm aware of that, which is why I'm making some custom parts to accomidate it.There is also a gap between holes of certain soundboards and their main board. Some would align other don't.
I'm also aware of this and there is a solution.The MK2 has already a daughterboard + soundboard it's quite awkward.
I don't mind discussion/criticism of my kit design but I would ask you kindly to create a separate thread for the acrylic kits so as not to hijack my thread. Thank youThe acrylic kits are being sold now
no harm. I know a lot of people like the Acrylic cases, and the ones you posted look really nice. I don't use acrylic cases personally because they tend to be too bulky to fit in my machines and in my shelving system, so thats why I'm looking at solutions to make these PCBs as compact as possible.It's a misunderstanding. I was in a sharing rage.
You can convert your two-board MK2 into a single board version. You need 12 27C801 roms, a new programmed GAL, and you have desolder and resolder four jumpers. Pretty easy stuff.The MK2 has already a daughterboard + soundboard it's quite awkward.
there are some 3D printed parts involved, I'll release the designs once they're finalized.sounds nice, any tutorial for this ?
If you meant for the single board conversion, here's a quick tut:sounds nice, any tutorial for this ?
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It actually came from the factory as a single motherboard in addition to the two board/sub board version.You can convert your two-board MK2 into a single board version.
I don't think its fair or accurate to refer to MK2 as a single board game...Enjoy your single board MK2.