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coppinpr
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Very nice display of machines

Postby coppinpr » Mon Jul 01, 2019 11:48 am

When checking out the website of one of our newest members (faautomater) I noticed this video of a display of machines he was responsible for at a recent event in his home country (Holland?). He should be very proud of the display and the way it's presented. !THUMBS!
https://www.foghandersen.com/wp-content ... illing.mp4

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Re: Very nice display of machines

Postby ddstoys » Fri Jul 05, 2019 11:54 am

Some great ideas there. What a great set up

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Re: Very nice display of machines

Postby faautomater » Mon Jul 08, 2019 12:34 pm

!THUMBS! Thanks.

The video is from a "nostalgia" event held earlier this year called TimeWinder, which takes place in North Sealand every year, just outside a small town called Hundested. A slot machines exhibit usually is not part of the event, however they had asked us for a few years to take part, so we finally capitulated and accepted their invitation. We tried to bring one of each type of machine (from what we had at the time) in order to showcase it properly.

The walls we designed and fabricated specifically for this even by yours truly. They worked really well. I can highly recommend that to anyone who would attempt such a thing. Easy to transport (in 3 parts) and setup. Holds hundreds of pounds easily.

Also - Denmark, not Holland !!CHEERS!!
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