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FairWitness

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What!? Where can I find these. I would love to order x3 of these and bring my cabs feet together.
They sell these at Home Depot. I'm just not sure if any of the colors are similar to an OG mini cute.
 

ErkTheJerk

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Just wondering if there's an update for the 1p Mini cute repro control panel orders?
 

Bad_Hambre

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Got my cute finally all put together. Big shout out to @hursit and @Cereth for making it happen. And shout out to @Arcade game , for helping me get through the last hurdle and repairing my k7000 chassis and everyone here that helped me out with all my questions. My first candy cab and I love it.

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jackinthebox

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Holy crap @hursit, these are awesome, are these still by chance available? I was just looking for plans on how to build one myself and stumbled on this thread. Would be amazing to save me tons of work to build myself.
 

ItsBobDudes

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Holy crap @hursit, these are awesome, are these still by chance available? I was just looking for plans on how to build one myself and stumbled on this thread. Would be amazing to save me tons of work to build myself.

He has stated in a few spots that he isn't doing a round 2 due to the sheer body of work involved. Hursit is gauging interest on a donations toward a prototype Neo19 repro here: https://www.arcade-projects.com/threads/neo-19-cabinet-re-production.20907/
 

Solmin

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If he did, I’m sure the cab would now be way more expensive since the price of a lot of stuff is through the roof. Plus he would most likely have to hire some staff to help him with the workload.
Yep. It was a labor of love and it was a massive amount of work. I'm glad the community got some more cutes in.
 

TathanLIVE

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What would be better for such a cab, running finding a Wells Gardner 19" which will cost around 500/600€, or going for a 19 LCD like the ones we see nowadays on arcade websites? I'm a little bit scared about how it will "catch" from the inside, I don't want to buy something that would not fit. Thanks in advance for any help.
 

dennisfxm

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Hopefully, the monitors you see on the arcade websites will have the mounting holes well documented and you can line everything up to see if it fits before you buy. I had a 19" 4:3 LCD computer monitor laying around. It fit "good enough" just sitting in there on its stand. For extra credit, I was able to rig up a mounting kit with some metal strapping, where I drilled holes to screw in the strapping on either side next to the "handles" on the monitor frame just wide enough for the holes to line up with the VESA mounting holes on the back of the monitor.

Then, to fit it perfectly if you go with any type of LCD, you need a flat bezel, too.
 

8bitforlife

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anyone around whos got a g07 working on the mini cute? I need to know how you did the sync wires.
 
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