Arcade - Arcade Cabinets - Atari - 720
Cabinet measurements provided by:
Patrick (KLOVer P0rgy8190)
Has a cabinet been cut from drawings: No
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Estimate Cabinet Accuracy = 85%
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Image of CAbinet
Picture of finished cabinet
VCarve Pro drawing
VCarve Pro (Verson 8.024) file
Note: .CRV files do not contain tool paths.
DXF File (CAD file.)
How to get measurements out of the DXF File...
Files to print
The below files are PDF documents of the plans that are printed to scale. These documents can be taken to your local print shop and printed on 36" wide media. The prints can then be applied to the wood and used as a template to cut the side panels of the cabinet. I have only included the side panels and any other panels that may be more difficult to cut.
Don't like what you see above to print? You can make your own printable PDF. See the video below.
Cabinet Art Files
Currently not available
The purpose of the reference photos are to assist with assembly. They allow for a visual reference on how joints are assembled and edges overlap.
Drawing specific notes
Speaker Panel is ¾” Plywood, LIP at bottom is ¼”(.5” Deep of a cut), Speaker Cutout is .375” Deep, Center piece that has Plastic in middle sits 3/16th” deep cut, Screw holes are 1/8” Deep cut). No speaker mesh (Metal panel sits on top of this) plexiglass in center for the 720 LOGO
Picture of the cabinet pedestal. Note the placement of the key.
Bottom View: (Routed for T NUT Bolts to hold HEAD To BASE)
TOP VIEW: (1/8 or 3/32”) for the side holes they are to make sure bolts don’t hit head and they screw into the large cleats to hold head to thise base to the cabinet (because head sits on this and also T NUTs clamp them together they need to sit FLAT) 4 holes for the 4 bolts (I think they are ¼” Bolts), and 2 holes for Wiring (hopes face front of cabinet not back)
Last updated 10/25/2022
Special thanks to the contribution by: Patrick (KLOVer P0rgy8190) for the 720 plans
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