Pinball Machine Into Coffee Table (DIY Project Download)

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This is a coffee table built from the playfield of a pinball machine. It is pretty easy to build and best of all, it lights up! It was inspired by a bar in Seattle called Shorty’s, which has tables similar to these in its booths. Originally I was going to put a transformer into the table and run a cord to the wall. When a pinball machine falls into disrepair, Altar Furniture transforms it into a coffee table. Not sure how it happened but the idea of building a table out of a pinball machine struck me one night and got the gears turning. The biggest problem is that I’m not exactly what you would call handy with power tools.

pinball machine into coffee table 2I bought this off a guy that had turned a Pinball machine into a coffee table. The machine had been in his family since it was new. His fami. R2-D2 pinball machine is the coffee table you were looking for. 2.9k Shares. Unlucky woman’s GPS led her straight into a lake. Here’s a HOWTO for converting a pinball machine’s light-up playfield into an electrified coffee-table; the recipe calls for a beat-up playfield from a nonfunctional pinball machine, which is cool, since it avoids the guilt associated with decommissioning a glorious old pinball machine.

STAR TREK Pinball Machine Coffee Table Is a Thing of Beauty. Data East in 1991 and was transformed into the best piece of furniture ever. ‘I figured that turning it into a coffee table would both save it and give me an excellent excuse to stick it in the living room. When a pinball machine falls into disrepair, Altar Furniture transforms it into a coffee table.

Pinball Machine Converted Into Coffee Table

pinball machine into coffee table 3Re-Purposed Vintage Pinball Machines coffee tables. Funky functional coffee table. Neat way to recycle an old pinball machine into functional art. – funky functional small space – More. Your mom always told you to keep your feet off the coffee table, but you’ll finally have good reason to listen to her advice with this wonderfully over-the-top Star Trek pinball machine sitting smack dab in the middle of your living room. Your mom always told you to keep your feet off the coffee table, but you ll finally have good reason to listen to her advice with this wonderfully over-the-top Star Trek pinball machine sitting smack dab in the middle of your living room. It started life as a legit Star Trek pinball machine built and sold by Data East back in 1991, but over the course of some 390 hours it was transformed into the beautifully-detailed coffee table that looks like a miniature shuttle craft landed in your living room. If you’ve got a non-functioning pinball machine available to you, Instructables will show you how to turn it into the sweetest coffee table you’ve ever seen. Having sufficiently mourned the passing of that pinball machine you’ve nurtured over the years, until it finally, irrevocably gave up its blinking ghosts, it’s now time to move on and celebrate the good times. Zieak over at Instructables walks us through how to turn the playfield of an old, hopefully no longer living, pinball machine into a fairly kick-ass coffee table. Star Trek Coffee Table Is Also a Pinball Machine and a Meteorite Cabinet. The listing claims that there are four real meteorite fragments built into the back.

Star Trek Pinball Machine Coffee Table Is A Thing Of Beauty

Built out of a genuine Star Trek pinball table sold by Data East in the ’90s, the conversion into coffee-table-slash-means-of-interstellar-transport takes about 390 hours and is made to order. A Pinball Machine Coffee Table And 9 Other Epic Gadgets You Need In Your Life Right Now. Leaked Wall Street Software Turns 1,500 Savings Into 2.7 Million Fortune. So why not capture that whole Pinball tablet into an actual coffee table? That’s right, the coffee table in the picture below actually contains a former Pinball layout. 13,000 for the over 300 hours of labor that goes into its creation.

The pinball machine-slash-coffee table is currently being sold by ALTAR Furniture and according to the description, it is one-of-a-kind. Not only does it feature an original Star Trek pinball playfield, with new electronic controls, and LED lighting, but has four real meteorites built into its back container.