Mirco RAD CALS

Jsyjay

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These look amazing and would save a lot of cabinet prep time when installing new decals.


$369 per set shipped as an introductory price rising to $439. If you buy two or more sets at a time there will be an additional discount of $30 per set.

Currently available:

Medieval Madness
Attach from Mars
Cactus Canyon
Funhouse
White Water
Bride of Pinbot
Theatre of Magic
Fish Tales
Taxi
Addams Family
Tales of the Arabian Nights
Champions Pub
Cirqus Voltaire
No Good Goofers
Whirlwind
Safe Cracker
Black Knight 2000
Dracula

Possible group buy?
 
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Durzel

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Looks alright. Very glossy, if that's your thing.

Since they appear to slide under the rails, what on Earth is keeping the rails attached besides the screw at the front?
 

Durzel

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Sorry what I mean is - in your video the guy works the decal under the rail which would imply that the rail isn't stuck down (or at least the tape isn't close to the edge) unless I'm missing something really obvious.
 

Durzel

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Looks flush in the video to me. Keep you eye on the lightning bolt, none of it ends up under the side rail.
You're right, my mistake.

Looking at the first couple of pics above you can see a gap where they butt against the rail and the front corner of the cab.
True, but that gap would be covered by the lockdown bar.
 
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chris b

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I am looking forward to seeing some of these in the flesh I haven’t seen the second run yet but the first run didn’t look that great nothing lined up very well if he can get all the holes lined up correctly and all present then this should be a great product but I think to do a spot on job there is still going to be many hours of prep and I am pretty sure you are going to see the odd dodgy pinball deal just sticking them over a trashed cabs
 

Durzel

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I am looking forward to seeing some of these in the flesh I haven’t seen the second run yet but the first run didn’t look that great nothing lined up very well if he can get all the holes lined up correctly and all present then this should be a great product but I think to do a spot on job there is still going to be many hours of prep and I am pretty sure you are going to see the odd dodgy pinball deal just sticking them over a trashed cabs
That's a good point. Regular decals won't hide the sins of a knackered cabinet, whereas these would.
 

aaronhicksuk

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I have Radcals fitted to my Dialed In and the gloss finish looks awesome imo. I think it's great that these are now being offered for older machines. I see them more as an upgrade to standard decals then a reason to skip preparing a cabinet properly but know many others won't share that view.
 

MartinY

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I have Radcals fitted to my Dialed In and the gloss finish looks awesome imo. I think it's great that these are now being offered for older machines. I see them more as an upgrade to standard decals then a reason to skip preparing a cabinet properly but know many others won't share that view.
That's exactly what I'm looking for Aaron. Significant reduction on prep time which reduces the re-decal cost...