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With the top and side panels of the arcade cabinet cut out, we move onto the control boards and the holes needed for all the buttons, joysticks, and other gaming controls. Different types of buttons and sticks for each of the panels require unique mounts, so John Duncan teaches us how to set up a router to cut the right kind of hole for each control scheme.
(And yes, I realize that's a trackball in the beginning, not a spinner! -Norm)
Shot and Edited by Joey Fameli
Music Library provided by Jingle Punks
Thanks to John Duncan of The Argyle Workshop (http://argyleworkshop.com/) for helping with this project.