Here's a few goodies for all of you!
Just some stuff that I've found useful in my project, and hopefully you will too!
(As usual, I take no responsbility for your use of these files.)
Zipped Plans Simplified plan
drawings to aid in the design of your own rotating control panel cabinet.
Feel free to distribute these, but please do not sell! For non-commercial use only.
parts models in 3DS format These are
low-detail models of the arcade parts used in planning Pac-Mamea.
Includes Happ parts (Super Joystick, Horizontal Pushbutton, Small
Illuminated PB, Cabinet Handle, and Marquee Retainer.) Also
includes Oscar Pro Spinner, Ultimarc E-Stick, Star Wars Yoke, and Raider
Pro grip on a Happ Super base. Dimensions for all controls account
for microswitches (without tabs) and shaft spacers for wooden control
panels. The models will work in any software that can import .3ds
files, but the scale and texture mapping may not be correct outside of
3D Studio Max.
sideart - maze background only This is the black and
blue maze background used in my sideart image. Use it with the character art of your
choice! (warning, requires about 250mb of RAM to edit!) 22"x38"
(6600x11400 pixels) @ 300 DPI
2 keyboard LED hack by Dave Widel - If you
have an original T2 gun, you can hack the LEDs and recoil solenoid to
the keyboard LEDs, for real T2 action! The gun's recoil is synced
perfectly with the in-game gun sound effects, just like the
arcade! Way cool. The contents of this zip file
replaces the file wmsyunit.c in the MAME source code (src/drivers).
Note: You will need to be very good with electronics to design a circuit
that can be used with this. There are some designs around the BYOAC
forums that may help, but the rest is up to you. Neither myself
nor the author take any responsibility for any damage that may result.
information on this site is for the purposes of education and
entertainment only. The owner of this site makes no warantees as to
the accuracy of the information, and takes no responsibility for any
damage or injury sustained due to the use of information herein. The
design of the Pac-Mamea cabinet and all photos, computer renderings,
drawings, schematics, and printed information relating to such are
Copyright © 2005 Robert Meyers. No ownership of other
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