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Hello guys.
I finished my Custom Vewlix Diamond Edition Cabinet.
I made it by MDF. You can see the all images of the whole process.
The whole process is about 2 months. I didn't work full time.

I design it for PC and PS3 for now. But after Niko Release the Nesica Multi system, i will put my Taito Type X2 main board in the cabinet. And i will wire the all system for jamma.
For now Im just using it with Attract mode Fronted.

You can watch the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MU4wOEq8dQ&t=15s

First 3D Drawing.








Main Case




I draw the all Control Panel layout as Vector graphic with Adobe Illustrator.






More Wood job




Control Panel






Side Parts. Made by 2 MDF (18mm)


Its a small hole for the monitor bezel. It is sliding. It can be remove easily




Back


Fake Nesica Card Reader :P :D



These are not MDF. It is wood.

Top Layer. I fiex 6 pieces of MDF then sanding :)




Monitor Bezel






All Finished before painting.


Lets paint it.
After Paint.


Marquee Arts And Side Arts and Control Panel Before printing.


After UV Print on the Plexi Glass Directly. ( Not Paper )



Lets Bring my home :P

Samsung 32" TV

Other staff


Metal part for control panel. I put it under the Plexi Glass. Metal is 1.2mm thick. And Plexi is 2.8mm

Hımm Not Bad

I covered the whole Marquee plexiglass glass with Car Glass Film.


Side Arts

Control Panel


Other arts :) for the instruction panels.


Speakers. (4pc)

Wiring buttons and joystick. I made it as a socket. It will be easy if i wanna change it.



Thats a PC/ps3 Controller.


And Finish 8o 8o


 

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That came out great!!

It always amazes me what people can do with wood!

Just a thought:
Rewiring it for JAMMA doesn't make much sense for the Type X2 as it's JVS. I mean you could totally run something like a Capcom IO over JAMMA to the X2, but it seems like an unnecessary additional step if you're wiring from the ground up anyway.
 

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I mean you could totally run something like a Capcom IO over JAMMA to the X2, but it seems like an unnecessary additional step
If you're going to need a JVS I/O for the TTX2 anyway then why not a Capcom I/O?

I mean you can buy complete JAMMA harnesses that are nearly plug and play. Seems to me wiring a custom JVS harness would be the more time consuming option.
 

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Great looking homemade Vewlix clone, how expensive approximately was it to construct?
 

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I mean you could totally run something like a Capcom IO over JAMMA to the X2, but it seems like an unnecessary additional step
If you're going to need a JVS I/O for the TTX2 anyway then why not a Capcom I/O?
I mean you can buy complete JAMMA harnesses that are nearly plug and play. Seems to me wiring a custom JVS harness would be the more time consuming option.
Thanks for the info. But i already have full Taito system.
I have TX2 multi system with SSD and I have Capcom I/o Board.
And i have another Sega JVS I/o

I think i can make custom adapter for plug and play.
And if you realise that i already made another control panel for the Arcade systems with out Select And Home Button :)
 

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Wow, at the top of the post I was totally not expecting it to turn out the way it did. You have great skills to plan and build that. Amazing! :thumbsup:
 

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Wow, that really came out fantastic! Thanks for posting so many detailed pictures, they really show how much time and dedication went in to this project.
 

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Great looking woolix
After it’s painted it looks very authentic well done
 

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nice job, i see someone is running my ui :D , tho so elements appear broken not sure why. if i had to guess its the bug I found inside the animate module , and you just used the "theme" only install and not the full thing could be worng tho.
 
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nice job, i see someone is running my ui :D , tho so elements appear broken not sure why. if i had to guess its the bug I found inside the animate module , and you just used the "theme" only install and not the full thing could be worng tho.
Its interesting. What kind of elements broken ?.
I think i just set it full. Or maybe i miss something.

And thank for that great theme :D
 

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The game select area isn't functioning correctly
it should move akin to this.

yours the enlarge/shink commands, and the frame isnt moving.
 

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Yeah you're right there is a problem
What is wrong do you think ?
or is there any latest version links or something ? I can try it again and i can re-set it.
 

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i had to guess its the bug I found inside the animate module , and you just used the "theme" only install and not the full thing could be worng tho.
Ie replace you animate folder, with the one out of the full install.
 

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Top notch work! My profile pic is of the one I made so from experience I know you put a ton of work in to this!
 
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