Category: Restorations

Bally Cirqus Voltaire backglass restoration

This was a tricky glass to do because it’s actually not glass by plastic. The speaker cutouts need to be laser cut before the glass can be made. The person needing the glass provided us with the pre-cut plastic blank. Check out the before and after pictures below.

Williams Strike Zone backglass restoration

The Williams Strike Zone pinball backglass came into the shop for restoration. Check out the before and after pictures below. We also had a customer request to modify the colors on the original glass to be more ‘colorful.’ We show that glass below too. modified version:

Bally Flash Gordon backglass restoration

The Bally Flash Gordon pinball backglass came into the shop for restoration. Check out the before and after pictures below. Note the original backglass is mirrored. If we have your original backglass, we can wash off all the original (peeling) ink, and re-use the original glass with new ink (saving the mirroring.) If we don’t […]

Dataeast Tommy backglass restoration

The Dataeast Tommy was originally a translight style backglass. We scanned that in, cleaned it up, and have created an actual backglass style glass for this game (which is an improvement in the visuals.) Check out the before and after pictures below.

Bally Future Spa backglass restoration

Received a Bally Future Spa into the shop for restoration. Note this glass is originally had some mirroring. We replace the mirror with gray. But if you have an original glass we can float off the old ink (keeping the mirroring), and re-screen on your original glass. This maintains the mirror effect. Anyway check out […]

Dataeast Star Wars backglass restoration

Received a Dataeast Star Wars translight into the shop for restoration. We scan this in and repair the defects, and fixed the faded artwork. Then re-print onto glass. It is no longer a translight but a real backglass! Check out the before and after pictures below.

Dataeast Hook backglass restoration

Received a Dataeast Hook translight into the shop for restoration. We scan this in and repair the defects, and fixed the faded artwork. Then re-print onto glass. It is no longer a translight but a real backglass! Check out the before and after pictures below.