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post #121 of 127 Old 02-23-2010, 01:47 PM
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This might be interesting, an actual granite cocktail cabinet!

Clearly you'll never be moving that machine once set up
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post #122 of 127 Old 02-23-2010, 02:15 PM - Thread Starter
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EVER HEARD OF HIDDEN CASTERS?

I haven't, but if they existed I might consider them.

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Yep, I use them on mine. But thems gotta be some serious heavy duty casters! And no rugs!
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My next arcade project. A cocktail cabinet I'll name "Spinal Cab!":



(not to scale)
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XD. OK formica or marbelized vinyl then.

My buddy said the vinyl is tough to "keep on" and stay where it's supposed to go. Why? Is it like a sticker? Why does it move?

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It is like a big sticker. They can peel off over time as people catch corners and edges. Kids can pick at it, etc.
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another benefit of not having kids

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