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Re: German made NSM wallmachines type "allwin"/"dropcase"

Postby raj » Sun Oct 31, 2010 9:16 pm

Ouch, didn't mean to hurt anyone's feelings... I'm from Yorkshire y'know, we tend to tell it how we see it.

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Re: German made NSM wallmachines type "allwin"/"dropcase"

Postby bamsefar1 » Sun Oct 31, 2010 9:38 pm

raj wrote:Cheap & nasty
No offence taken on my part.
I have owned a couple of Bowling and Worldcups myself over the years. The first ones, I sold. I later got nostalgic, so I looked for new machines until I found similar ones.

Apart from damaged cabinets caused by rough use/handling, I have found these machines reliable. A common weak component on these NSM machines is the piece of plastic which the balls are resting against; down by the "hammer". One of the two "fingers" on this "v" shaped plastic has often broken off. I got machined new ones in aluminium. So in a private environment, I am sure these machines will last a lifetime. !SMILER!

I don`t know how long these machines were expected to last in operation, but many have survived. They are on eBay in Germany/Austria all the time, in various conditions. Were probably marketed all over Europe, as I understand, in addition to German speaking countries. They were also found in UK and Scandinavia.

A big compliment from me to the British islands for their high quality allwin/dropcase-type machines. Heavy duty on the older machines for sure.

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Postby pennymachines » Tue Apr 19, 2011 3:45 pm

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Postby pennymachines » Wed Jun 15, 2011 4:57 pm

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