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  • 1-1/8in Forstner Drill Bit for Arcade Pushbutton Holes

    1-1/8' Forstner Drill Bit for drilling arcade push button and joystick holes. Forstner bits will produce a cleaner hole then spade bits or hole saws and with the carbide …

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  • Tesi 24MM Forstner Drill Bit for Arcade Button Kill Switch

    This is an alloy Forstner drill bit used for boring holes in wood or plastic. Harder materials is not suggested to use this bit. Aside from being the perfect proportion for mounting a Tesi DITO 24mm arcade button kill switch, it can be used for hinge installation …

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  • Pushbuttons for Arcade Games, Pinball, and MAME

    1-1/8' Forstner Drill Bit for drilling arcade push button and joystick holes. Forstner bits will produce a cleaner hole then spade bits or hole saws and with the carbide tips they will cleanly cut not only soft and hard woods but can get through melamine and other laminated plywoods.

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  • Best drill bit for button holes - forum.arcadecontrols.com

    2017-12-21u2002·u2002Re: Best drill bit for button holes. Another option would be to make a single hole in a scrap piece of wood/plexi. Then use a router to copy that hole onto the CP, once for each button. The benefit of this is that you can precisely position the template hole onto the CP, and that each hole will go straight down.

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  • Size drill bit for button holes?

    2008-5-10u2002·u2002All electric supply houses also carry these. They ain't cheap. You should also consider a Unibit (aka Vari-Bit) to drill the pilot hole. Also, I chuck Vari-bits in a strong 1/2 corded drill and drill out locks in less than 15 seconds. FYI, DO NOT buy the self centering units. They may be a good idea for electrical work but not for arcade.

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  • Which drill bit should I use for button holes?

    2014-10-7u2002·u2002The best way to drill button holes is to drill the MDF- standard spade bit, forstner bit, etc. Then use a router with a flush trim bit for the plexi. The size is 1 1/8 inches and it really doesn't matter what method you use to drill the MDF- it's super easy to work with.

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  • Building An Arcade Controller

    2017-10-17u2002·u2002Drill bit sizes. Arcade buttons come primarily in two sizes: 30mm and 24mm, and both of these kits use that size. In the USA, where I live, it is extremely difficult to find those exact size drill bits to use to cut the holes out. The next best thing is to get drill bits …

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  • Add LEDs to Your Arcade Stick Sanwa Buttons! : 6 Steps ...

    Parts. Clear Sanwa OBSC arcade buttons - get as many as you require depending on your button layout. 3mm LEDs - obtain as many as you need and in the colours you wish. It will be one per button, this guide will focus on lighting up all the face buttons on the arcade stick (8 in this case) but if you use 6 buttons then only use 6 or if you want to light up the start or select buttons etc …

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  • Drill Bit Button China Trade,Buy China Direct From Drill ...

    A wide variety of drill bit button options are available to you, such as sustainable. You can also choose from plating. As well as from metal. And whether drill bit button is buttons. There are 13,382 drill bit button suppliers, mainly located in Asia. The top supplying country or region is China, which supply 100% of drill bit button respectively.

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  • Tesi 24MM Forstner Drill Bit for Arcade Button Kill Switch

    This is an alloy Forstner drill bit used for boring holes in wood or plastic. Harder materials is not suggested to use this bit. Aside from being the perfect proportion for mounting a Tesi DITO 24mm arcade button kill switch, it can be used for hinge installation as it is perfect for making flat, clean holes.

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  • DIY: Build An Arcade Controller For Pocket Operators - DJ ...

    2017-10-16u2002·u2002Drill bit sizes I commonly use for the potentiometers and Mini Arcade Buttons are (in inches): 3/32, 1/8, 5/32, 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, 5/16 (and larger if needed) This will help you slowly get to your desired size without putting too much tension on the material causing it to crack, chip or break.

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  • DIY: How to Mod FX Pedals With Arcade Buttons - DJ

    2016-8-28u2002·u2002The most simple pedal Mod is a 1 for 1 button swap. This is when the pedal already uses a momentary switch (2 wires, ground and active). You will literally remove the 2 wires from the foot switch (de-solder or cut), drill the 24mm hole, pop in the arcade button, then re-solder the existing wires to the 2 pins on the arcade button.

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  • GitHub - WillEastbury/PiArcadeCabinet: An arcade cabinet ...

    2020-2-9u2002·u2002Use the hole saw 25mm drill bit to drill out the button markers for your buttons on the grey console panel, which will just drop into the holes (Be careful of the fact that you need to leave space for the faceplates of the joysticks, so be sure to leave space for them on the underside.

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  • Prepping the cardboard box - Microsoft MakeCode Arcade

    For best results, we recommend using a drill bit and a cordless drill. You could also use manual cardboard cutting tools but it is hard to achieve a nice clean hole cut. Buttons and joysticks. Use a 1' bit to drill the holes for the buttons and joystick centers.

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  • Add LEDs to Your Arcade Stick Sanwa Buttons! : 6 Steps ...

    Parts. Clear Sanwa OBSC arcade buttons - get as many as you require depending on your button layout. 3mm LEDs - obtain as many as you need and in the colours you wish. It will be one per button, this guide will focus on lighting up all the face buttons on the arcade stick (8 in this case) but if you use 6 buttons then only use 6 or if you want to light up the start or select buttons etc then ...

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  • IKEA FLISAT table - Microsoft MakeCode Arcade

    3/16 inch drill bit: to drill the holes to secure the joystick (optional) Cordless drill: while you can drill the button holes with a manual tool, the 1 1/8' drill bit is the best at making a clean hole for the buttons. It's recommended that you use a drill if you have one and can use it safely. (optional) Counter sink bit…

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  • Arcade Repair Tips – Installing A Push Button - Arcade ...

    2011-1-26u2002·u2002Take the button nut and tighten it on to the button until it is firmly pressed up against the bottom of the control panel. The best way to ensure that the nut is tight on the button is the use a button wrench which you can purchase from Bob Roberts. Next, install the Cherry switch by pushing it on to the bottom of the button.

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  • Street Fighter II *Bartop Arcade* With HyperSpin : 7 Steps ...

    Power Drill & Bits. Wood Glue. Wood Hand Saw. Coping Saw. Sandpaper. Wood Screws (I used Torx because you don't have to drill pilot holes with these) Scissors Scalpel for artwork. 28mm spade or hole saw drill for arcade button holes. Junior Hacksaw. Mini/Normal Circular Saw with Guide (needed for the T-Moulding & Marquee lines) Wire Cutters ...

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  • Drill Bit Button China Trade,Buy China Direct From Drill ...

    A wide variety of drill bit button options are available to you, such as sustainable. You can also choose from plating. As well as from metal. And whether drill bit button is buttons. There are 13,382 drill bit button suppliers, mainly located in Asia. The top supplying country or region is China, which supply 100% of drill bit button respectively.

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  • Tesi 24MM Forstner Drill Bit for Arcade Button Kill Switch

    This is an alloy Forstner drill bit used for boring holes in wood or plastic. Harder materials is not suggested to use this bit. Aside from being the perfect proportion for mounting a Tesi DITO 24mm arcade button kill switch, it can be used for hinge installation as it is perfect for making flat, clean holes.

    Get Price
  • DIY: Build An Arcade Controller For Pocket Operators - DJ ...

    2017-10-16u2002·u2002Drill bit sizes I commonly use for the potentiometers and Mini Arcade Buttons are (in inches): 3/32, 1/8, 5/32, 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, 5/16 (and larger if needed) This will help you slowly get to your desired size without putting too much tension on the material causing it to crack, chip or break.

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  • DIY: How to Mod FX Pedals With Arcade Buttons - DJ

    2016-8-28u2002·u2002The most simple pedal Mod is a 1 for 1 button swap. This is when the pedal already uses a momentary switch (2 wires, ground and active). You will literally remove the 2 wires from the foot switch (de-solder or cut), drill the 24mm hole, pop in the arcade button, then re-solder the existing wires to the 2 pins on the arcade button.

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  • GitHub - WillEastbury/PiArcadeCabinet: An arcade cabinet ...

    2020-2-9u2002·u2002Use the hole saw 25mm drill bit to drill out the button markers for your buttons on the grey console panel, which will just drop into the holes (Be careful of the fact that you need to leave space for the faceplates of the joysticks, so be sure to leave space for them on the underside.

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  • Prepping the cardboard box - Microsoft MakeCode Arcade

    For best results, we recommend using a drill bit and a cordless drill. You could also use manual cardboard cutting tools but it is hard to achieve a nice clean hole cut. Buttons and joysticks. Use a 1' bit to drill the holes for the buttons and joystick centers.

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  • Add LEDs to Your Arcade Stick Sanwa Buttons! : 6 Steps ...

    Parts. Clear Sanwa OBSC arcade buttons - get as many as you require depending on your button layout. 3mm LEDs - obtain as many as you need and in the colours you wish. It will be one per button, this guide will focus on lighting up all the face buttons on the arcade stick (8 in this case) but if you use 6 buttons then only use 6 or if you want to light up the start or select buttons etc then ...

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  • IKEA FLISAT table - Microsoft MakeCode Arcade

    3/16 inch drill bit: to drill the holes to secure the joystick (optional) Cordless drill: while you can drill the button holes with a manual tool, the 1 1/8' drill bit is the best at making a clean hole for the buttons. It's recommended that you use a drill if you have one and can use it safely. (optional) Counter sink bit…

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  • Arcade Repair Tips – Installing A Push Button - Arcade ...

    2011-1-26u2002·u2002Take the button nut and tighten it on to the button until it is firmly pressed up against the bottom of the control panel. The best way to ensure that the nut is tight on the button is the use a button wrench which you can purchase from Bob Roberts. Next, install the Cherry switch by pushing it on to the bottom of the button.

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  • Street Fighter II *Bartop Arcade* With HyperSpin : 7 Steps ...

    Power Drill & Bits. Wood Glue. Wood Hand Saw. Coping Saw. Sandpaper. Wood Screws (I used Torx because you don't have to drill pilot holes with these) Scissors Scalpel for artwork. 28mm spade or hole saw drill for arcade button holes. Junior Hacksaw. Mini/Normal Circular Saw with Guide (needed for the T-Moulding & Marquee lines) Wire Cutters ...

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  • Hacking an arcade button to insert a neopixel ring ...

    2020-8-6u2002·u2002Hacking an arcade button to insert a neopixel ring. I bought a cool 60mm diameter white arcade button that came with a single LED inside to light it up but there were two issues with using the built in LED to light it up: 1) This only allows it to light …

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  • Choosing Buttons and Joysticks for a Custom Arcade

    2014-9-8u2002·u2002Happ push-button (horizontal microswitch) – This is the classic, standard, concave button you've jammed into an arcade console a million times. Slagcoin points out 'Concave buttons can feel a bit awkward because you can bump the edges of the buttons as you move your fingers around.' These buttons have longer engage distances than any ...

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  • Mortal Kombat Arcade Cabinet from Arcade1UP – Part 3:

    2020-5-17u2002·u2002I put a old piece of wood bellow the panel I'm going to drill. This way when I go over the panel I will not hit the table. I'm using a 1 ⅛ ' spade drill from this drill bit set and a Black & Decker LD120VA drill. Point of no return on this project. Oh, there is …

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  • How-to: Use an arcade controller in your chair to trigger ...

    2011-4-9u2002·u2002Drill a hole: You will need to make a hole in the arm of the chair. Be careful when drilling because the cushioning of the chair may get caught up in the drill as it did for me. A way around this is to cut a suitable hole with a box cutter into the fabric before drilling. A 20mm hole is required, and once achieved, the button should slip in easily.

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  • 100% HAPP ARCADE PUSH BUTTONS Compatible With

    6pcs Arcade HAPP Style Push Button With Micro switch For Arcade JAMMA MAME DIY. New New · · China China New · China. $7.00. Free shipping Free shipping Free shipping. 84 sold 84 sold 84 sold. 2 Players Arcade Buttons and Joystick HAPP Kit Controller USB …

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  • 4-Player Pedestal Arcade Cabinet for MAME

    2020-7-8u2002·u2002location. Then drill out all button holes and joystick holes with a 1 1/8' Forstner bit. Take your time and do it right. I used a drill guide i picked up at harbor freight to keep the drill at a right angle to the wood. Also, using a 3' hole saw, drill out the hole for your trackball. 4-Player Pedestal Arcade …

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  • 100% HAPP ARCADE PUSH BUTTONS Compatible With

    Arcade HAPP Style Start Button 1P 2P 3P 4P 4 Player Start Push Button For MAME. $9.99. Free shipping. Arcade HAPP style start buttons Player 1,2 LOGO 1P2P with micro-switch for MAME. $6.99. Free shipping. USB Arcade Encoder Zero Delay PC to Joystick 5Pin MAME Sanwa Push Button + Cable.

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  • Make an Arcade Controller for PC using an ... - Brainy-Bits

    2020-10-23u2002·u2002Make an Arcade Controller for PC using an Arduino Leonardo. As well as being able to run programs like other Arduino's, the Leonardo and Micro models can emulate a USB Keyboard or mouse when plugged into a USB port. In this tutorial we will see how to connect Arcade controllers to a Leonardo, and use them in the popular retro arcade emulator ...

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  • Arcade - umlautllama.com

    2007-3-28u2002·u2002Arcade. this shows the modification I made to my Tron Mini cabinet. In the coinslot on the right, you can see the wire hanger bit that i installed. All you need to do is press the left coin return button on the front of the coin door to 'drop a credit' into the machine. A better image, showing the same hack to my Fullsize Tron machine.

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  • Global Arcade Classics Universal JAMMA Kit Installation

    2019-3-26u2002·u2002into a Global Arcade Classics cabinet. 1.1 Kit Package Inventory Open the shipping package and inspect it for damage. Refer to the table and figure below and check the kit for missing components. Description Qty Part # 1 Button & Joystick Pack 1 ---- Blue Pushbutton 12 250-BLUEBTN-HAP Player 1 Start Button 1 250-PLY1BTN-HAP

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  • Drill Bit Button China Trade,Buy China Direct From Drill ...

    A wide variety of drill bit button options are available to you, such as sustainable. You can also choose from plating. As well as from metal. And whether drill bit button is buttons. There are 13,382 drill bit button suppliers, mainly located in Asia. The top supplying country or region is China, which supply 100% of drill bit button respectively.

    Get Price
  • Tesi 24MM Forstner Drill Bit for Arcade Button Kill Switch

    This is an alloy Forstner drill bit used for boring holes in wood or plastic. Harder materials is not suggested to use this bit. Aside from being the perfect proportion for mounting a Tesi DITO 24mm arcade button kill switch, it can be used for hinge installation …

    Get Price
  • DIY: Build An Arcade Controller For Pocket Operators - DJ ...

    2017-10-16u2002·u2002Drill bit sizes I commonly use for the potentiometers and Mini Arcade Buttons are (in inches): 3/32, 1/8, 5/32, 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, 5/16 (and larger if needed) This will help you slowly get to your desired size without putting too much tension on the material causing it to crack, chip or break.

    Get Price
  • DIY: How to Mod FX Pedals With Arcade Buttons - DJ TechTools

    2016-8-28u2002·u2002The most simple pedal Mod is a 1 for 1 button swap. This is when the pedal already uses a momentary switch (2 wires, ground and active). You will literally remove the 2 wires from the foot switch (de-solder or cut), drill the 24mm hole, pop in the arcade button, then re-solder the existing wires to the 2 pins on the arcade button.

    Get Price
  • GitHub - WillEastbury/PiArcadeCabinet: An arcade cabinet ...

    2020-2-9u2002·u2002Use the hole saw 25mm drill bit to drill out the button markers for your buttons on the grey console panel, which will just drop into the holes (Be careful of the fact that you need to leave space for the faceplates of the joysticks, so be sure to leave space for them on the underside.

    Get Price
  • Prepping the cardboard box - Microsoft MakeCode Arcade

    For best results, we recommend using a drill bit and a cordless drill. You could also use manual cardboard cutting tools but it is hard to achieve a nice clean hole cut. Buttons and joysticks. Use a 1' bit to drill the holes for the buttons and joystick centers.

    Get Price
  • Add LEDs to Your Arcade Stick Sanwa Buttons! : 6 Steps ...

    Parts. Clear Sanwa OBSC arcade buttons - get as many as you require depending on your button layout. 3mm LEDs - obtain as many as you need and in the colours you wish. It will be one per button, this guide will focus on lighting up all the face buttons on the arcade stick (8 in this case) but if you use 6 buttons then only use 6 or if you want to light up the start or select buttons etc …

    Get Price
  • IKEA FLISAT table - Microsoft MakeCode Arcade

    3/16 inch drill bit: to drill the holes to secure the joystick (optional) Cordless drill: while you can drill the button holes with a manual tool, the 1 1/8' drill bit is the best at making a clean hole for the buttons. It's recommended that you use a drill if you have one and can use it safely. (optional) Counter sink bit: it will predrill ...

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  • Arcade Repair Tips – Installing A Push Button - Arcade ...

    2011-1-26u2002·u2002Take the button nut and tighten it on to the button until it is firmly pressed up against the bottom of the control panel. The best way to ensure that the nut is tight on the button is the use a button wrench which you can purchase from Bob Roberts. Next, install the Cherry switch by pushing it on to the bottom of the button.

    Get Price
  • Street Fighter II *Bartop Arcade* With HyperSpin : 7 Steps ...

    Power Drill & Bits. Wood Glue. Wood Hand Saw. Coping Saw. Sandpaper. Wood Screws (I used Torx because you don't have to drill pilot holes with these) Scissors Scalpel for artwork. 28mm spade or hole saw drill for arcade button holes. Junior Hacksaw. Mini/Normal Circular Saw with Guide (needed for the T-Moulding & Marquee lines) Wire Cutters ...

    Get Price
  • Drill Bit Button China Trade,Buy China Direct From Drill ...

    A wide variety of drill bit button options are available to you, such as sustainable. You can also choose from plating. As well as from metal. And whether drill bit button is buttons. There are 13,382 drill bit button suppliers, mainly located in Asia. The top supplying country or region is China, which supply 100% of drill bit button respectively.

    Get Price
  • Tesi 24MM Forstner Drill Bit for Arcade Button Kill Switch

    This is an alloy Forstner drill bit used for boring holes in wood or plastic. Harder materials is not suggested to use this bit. Aside from being the perfect proportion for mounting a Tesi DITO 24mm arcade button kill switch, it can be used for hinge installation as it is perfect for making flat, clean holes.

    Get Price
  • DIY: Build An Arcade Controller For Pocket Operators - DJ ...

    2017-10-16u2002·u2002Drill bit sizes I commonly use for the potentiometers and Mini Arcade Buttons are (in inches): 3/32, 1/8, 5/32, 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, 5/16 (and larger if needed) This will help you slowly get to your desired size without putting too much tension on the material causing it to crack, chip or break.

    Get Price
  • DIY: How to Mod FX Pedals With Arcade Buttons - DJ

    2016-8-28u2002·u2002The most simple pedal Mod is a 1 for 1 button swap. This is when the pedal already uses a momentary switch (2 wires, ground and active). You will literally remove the 2 wires from the foot switch (de-solder or cut), drill the 24mm hole, pop in the arcade button, then re-solder the existing wires to the 2 pins on the arcade button.

    Get Price
  • GitHub - WillEastbury/PiArcadeCabinet: An arcade cabinet ...

    2020-2-9u2002·u2002Use the hole saw 25mm drill bit to drill out the button markers for your buttons on the grey console panel, which will just drop into the holes (Be careful of the fact that you need to leave space for the faceplates of the joysticks, so be sure to leave space for them on the underside.

    Get Price
  • Prepping the cardboard box - Microsoft MakeCode Arcade

    For best results, we recommend using a drill bit and a cordless drill. You could also use manual cardboard cutting tools but it is hard to achieve a nice clean hole cut. Buttons and joysticks. Use a 1' bit to drill the holes for the buttons and joystick centers.

    Get Price
  • Add LEDs to Your Arcade Stick Sanwa Buttons! : 6 Steps ...

    Parts. Clear Sanwa OBSC arcade buttons - get as many as you require depending on your button layout. 3mm LEDs - obtain as many as you need and in the colours you wish. It will be one per button, this guide will focus on lighting up all the face buttons on the arcade stick (8 in this case) but if you use 6 buttons then only use 6 or if you want to light up the start or select buttons etc then ...

    Get Price
  • IKEA FLISAT table - Microsoft MakeCode Arcade

    3/16 inch drill bit: to drill the holes to secure the joystick (optional) Cordless drill: while you can drill the button holes with a manual tool, the 1 1/8' drill bit is the best at making a clean hole for the buttons. It's recommended that you use a drill if you have one and can use it safely. (optional) Counter sink bit…

    Get Price
  • Arcade Repair Tips – Installing A Push Button - Arcade ...

    2011-1-26u2002·u2002Take the button nut and tighten it on to the button until it is firmly pressed up against the bottom of the control panel. The best way to ensure that the nut is tight on the button is the use a button wrench which you can purchase from Bob Roberts. Next, install the Cherry switch by pushing it on to the bottom of the button.

    Get Price
  • Street Fighter II *Bartop Arcade* With HyperSpin : 7 Steps ...

    Power Drill & Bits. Wood Glue. Wood Hand Saw. Coping Saw. Sandpaper. Wood Screws (I used Torx because you don't have to drill pilot holes with these) Scissors Scalpel for artwork. 28mm spade or hole saw drill for arcade button holes. Junior Hacksaw. Mini/Normal Circular Saw with Guide (needed for the T-Moulding & Marquee lines) Wire Cutters ...

    Get Price