It was brought to my attention tonight that I have done a horrible job keeping our blog and website up to date!
No denying it. We have been busy getting ready for the fall and the pinball shows on the horizon. We have been working on a new RGB DMD display for both adding more color to your existing pinball machines, as well as new custom machines. $299 is our price point target and I think we will hit it. I will post more about this specifically soon.
Dave and I have had a very busy summer both with FAST and personally. Dave’s daughter was married and Dave looked so proud and happy! My wife graduated from nursing school and has started her new job at a pediatric intensive care hospital. Ask me about her and I will also look (and sound) so proud and happy!
We have been working with new users and having a lot of fun with the FAST users (family?) that we have been so fortunate to get to share the indie pinball dream with. New users from outside the pinball dev community have been asking for kits! We started offering connectors, cables, pins and power supplies earlier this year and we will be taking it even further in the coming months. More on that soon, as well. (Aaron says that a lot…)
Wrapping up this update, I want to let people know that we were invited to host a Pinball Maker Day at the Museum of History and Industry (MOHAI) in Seattle this Saturday. If you are in the area and would like to check it out, please do! We will be talking electronics, 3D printing pinball parts, winding your own coils, vacuum forming ramps and have custom pinball projects at various stages of development. We will have some classic pinball machines available on free-play, as well.
When: Saturday, August 27, 2016, 11:00am – 02:00pm
Where: 860 TERRY AVENUE N SEATTLE, WA 98109
More Information: http://www.mohai.org/visit-us/mohai-calendar/eventdetail/1349/-/maker-day-pinball-mechanics