Feb 022013
 

As mentioned in a previous post, it is highly recomended to build a box to hold the removed playfield, so that you don’t break wires, lights or coils underneath.

It also means the playfield is on a good stable surface, which makes it easier to clean and remove plastics etc.

I had seen other people do something very similar, which gave me the idea. But the other examples I had seen, didn’t have enough notches and I’m surprised nothing was broken. Also I halved the back piece so I could easily flip the playfield around and see everything underneath and I made sure the height of the box was over 20cm so nothing touched the table the box was sat on.

Anyway, I spent several hours today building this. To my surprise the playfield fits perfectly and I cannot see any parts being crushed. 🙂

Baby Pacman Box Front

Baby Pacman Box Front

Baby Pacman Box Back

Baby Pacman Box Back

Baby Pacman Box Left

Baby Pacman Box Left

Baby Pacman Box Right

Baby Pacman Box Right