There’s no way my wife would let me have this in the house, but I SO want to build one! I have plenty of spare parts lying-around to incorporate in it. It is essentially two tables, so you can swap-out the “interior” at a lat...
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I'm an IS manager for a Marketing Research company. If I'm doing my job correctly, nobody knows I exist or what I've done. As such, job satisfaction tends to be hard to come-by. My father always built and worked-on things, so I got my desire to build from him. Woodworking allows me an outlet that I can use to show people and say "I built this". At the end of the day, it's nice to have something tangible to show you actually accomplished something.
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It’s finished and I’ve very pleased. I also moved the light gun down to play shooting games on it as well. It’s powered by a Playstation 3, and it also makes a nice seat for any games in general. I bought a 37” 1080p L...
A couple days and about $250 worth of material and paint later and I have the cabinet assembled. I still need to get a race wheel, speaker system, and LCD display. I’ll purchase them as money allows. The race seat was $150 off eBay. ...
0-60 Magazine offered a PDF download for plans for an arcade racing cabinet: http://www.0-60mag.com/online/?p=18342 Since I already have a regular arcade cabinet this seemed like another great thing to add to my basement. Unfortunately,...
Okay, I didn’t update this while I was building it as I planned. So, I’ll just describe what I went through on this build. I tried several new things on this build; such as resawing stock to size and edge-gluing panels. I got ...