Taking coin doors to the next dimension -- these eye-catching buttons literally pop out at you! They're 3D-printed with multiple filaments, including a translucent base which allows the coin insert light to glow through. Price is for a pair of inserts unless specified otherwise. (These are my daughter's idea -- so she gets a small commission from every sale!) Installation videos at the bottom of this page.
Any of the coin buttons on this page can be produced in your choice of translucent colors, including red, orange, yellow, green, and white/clear -- simply specify when ordering. Want a different color not shown? Please inquire!
Complimentary matching coin slot is now included for WMS WPC-era games. (Note: Some listings below do not picture this slot.)
Featuring Fester's chair!
Featuring the Leaning Tower of Pisa (before the Martians straighten it), printed in marble filament!
Featuring the torch from the Statue of Liberty! For this version, the flame is colored with gold ink (where accessible) to look more like the real landmark.
Featuring the torch from the Statue of Liberty! Also available with colored flame (see next item).
Featuring a skull & crossbones using models scanned from actual human bones!
Featuring a menacing wolf! Available in white, gray, or black. Mix & match allowed -- just let me know when you place your order!
Featuring the blue TARDIS -- with windows 'open' to light through.
Features designs representing the sigils of the four primary houses. Targaryen sigil also offered in blue to match color scheme in the game.
Featuring a traffic light -- a common element between the popular High Speed games. The "lights" are printed separately and inserted afterward. Even some light comes through the red & yellow! (Green "light" is blocked by the pin.)
Featuring the iconic gun-barrel -- complete with rifling -- aimed at the silhouette of our renowned Agent 007!
Featuring the famous Fertility Idol from Indy's initial quest in Raiders of the Lost Ark!
Featuring the intimidating DREDD badge, modeled to allow light through certain areas.
Featuring "The Object" from the 'Presence' album.
ONE BUTTON TO RULE THEM ALL! Featuring The One Ring with the inscription subtly visible on its inner & outer surface.
Featuring a miniature human skull! Note: can mix & match with Metallica tombstone version (e.g. one button with skull, one with tombstone)
Featuring a cross tombstone (in marble, as shown or in white) like the drop targets and Master of Puppets album cover! Note: can mix & match with Metallica skull version (e.g. one button with skull, one with tombstone)
Featuring a castle tower with an internal spiral staircase visible through the window!
Lettering printed as a single print with button and accented with black ink. Basketball printed separately (and then inserted) to accommodate ink accents in the grooves (without getting ink on the button).
Featuring a white ambulance accented with three miniature separately-printed pieces for the light bar & red cross. Bumper & grille accented with silver ink.
(Data East version) Featuring a nuclear cooling tower! Atomic symbol accented in black ink. Inside of the tower is hollow when viewed from above (more of the button is visible). Tower printed in red to match those in the game, but also can be printed in gray for a more "realistic" look (reference TSPP).
(Stern version) Featuring a nuclear cooling tower! Atomic symbol accented in black ink. Inside of the tower is hollow when viewed from above (more of the button is visible).
Featuring the Starfleet emblem in your choice of silver or gold.
Featuring a 3D rendition of the Federal Network logo, in a three-color contiguous print. ...WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW MORE?
Featuring a golden lion head in honor of LIONMAAAAAN!!!!!!!!!!
Featuring a tombstone inspired by the one in the game, in a three-color print (button color of your choice, tombstone in your choice of gray or marble, and white skull). Button light shines through the RIP letters!
Featuring a silver T-800 skull and "T2" in its distinctive font protruding from the face of the button. Also available in 'steel' -- a darker metallic filament color similar to stainless steel.
Featuring -- what else? -- a rabbit coming out of a hat! The rabbit is printed separately and inserted afterward.
Featuring the ominous floating door from the show's opening credits! Modeled so that a thin crack around the door's perimeter allows some eerie light through.
Printed with three different filaments -- the button, the chocolate bar, and the Wonka W! The purple W is standard but can be changed by request.
Printed with three different filaments -- the button, the chocolate bar, and the Wonka W! The W is printed in metallic red to match the exterior trim on the CE.
Featuring a magnifying glass discovering a fingerprint and a mysterious question mark! Accented with ink.
Featuring a creepy gray alien! The eyes are colored with black ink for a more lifelike look .
3D printed plastic posts to refresh & personalize your playfield -- choose trim/accent colors to really make them pop! Rocket City Pinball has designed a custom 3D model post and refined the specific print parameters to maximize its smoothness and shine. Height note: Posts/prices shown are 1" short posts; add $0.25 each for 1-1/16" (replaces standard star posts) or 1-1/8" (tall posts). Special filaments & multi-color posts priced higher.
For games with gold art or trim; also perfectly matches old games with yellowed plastics & clearcoat! Suggestions:
Perfect for Data East Jurassic Park or Road Show! These posts require FIVE extra filament changes and off-angle printing used to create the caution stripe effect. (Note: DE JP uses 1-1/16" posts)
Ideal for any bowling-themed game, using a matte white and characteristic red double-stripe to give the look of a bowling pin! These posts require four filament changes, intentionally including white in the neck since some rubber configurations don't fully cover this area.
Printed from black filament infused with glitter flakes, which makes them twinkle like the stars! These aren't just light spots, they actually reflect light and shine, looking just like a starry night sky. Photos don't do them justice; this video helps a little (https://youtu.be/KImDDkgYMe0) but they must be seen to be believed -- they look just like the night sky!
Because if I'm going to change filaments five times during a print, why not make the rainbow?? (1-1/16" height shown)
For games with silver/chrome accents or artwork, metal parts, or lots of habitrails! A darker, more steely color than the Silver posts also offered here. Not actual steel! Suggestions:
Created with American-themed games in mind, the printing process involves three filament changes (blue/white/red) to create the multicolor effect.
Created with Black Knight 2000 in mind, with its layered stripes. Likely other uses too with these common colors.
(1-1/16" height shown)
Want a different color combination? Inquire within!
Get creative and make your own custom combination, using any colors you see on this page.
Created with High Speed and The Getaway in mind, with their red/yellow/green traffic lights & targets. The printing process involves three filament changes to create the multicolor effect.
Printed from plastic filament imbued with sawdust, for a look and feel of wood. You can even sand and stain them to match your specific game! Perfect for woodrails (particulary if stained to match) or games with wood included in the artwork.
Let's not forget the Belles! Customize your own Colored Post Earrings:
Details coming soon!
For games with bronze/copper art or trim. Suggestions:
For games with silver/chrome accents or artwork. A lighter, brighter silver color than the Steel posts also offered here. Suggestions:
Cool-white plastic with black flakes, to give the appearance of marble once printed. Suggestions: ancient civilization themes like
Perfectly complements card game themes, space themes, and more!
Sure, opaque white posts are still readily available -- but if you're going for a multiple-color mashup which includes white, you'll want these just so all your posts match in shape/style.
Replaces the hard-to-find Gottlieb C-17492 ... available in any color shown on this page, including white! Add $1.50 for Premium colors (metallics, wood, marble).
Printed from a shiny metallic deep green filament.
Unique pinball & game room photography! First three items below display print type & pricing structure; subsequent items show available photos!
Printed on 1/16" aluminum sheet using dye-sublimation, for a glossy, crisp image bursting with rich color.
Includes bonded float mount for easy hanging and contemporary style.
Image printed on warp-resistant canvas, stretched over a wood frame with tightly folder corners. Ready to hang with included sawtooth hanger; no framing required.
Image printed on archival-quality photo paper at a professional lab; hand-matted by the artist onto pH neutral, acid-free mounting board. Mat is a standard size for inexpensive & easy DIY framing (frame not included).
Notably missing from the Led Zeppelin playfield is 'The Object' from the 'Presence' album. Not anymore!
This 3D printed version stands 4.5" tall, designed with a custom snap-fit mounting system built into its base and the included translucent pop bumper cover. To install: remove old cap, install new cap/mount, snap The Object onto the mount & rotate about its center axis to your preferred orientation.
Translucent bumper cover/mount available in red, orange, yellow, green, blue, or clear/white.
Custom 3D printed mounts for Matchbox Jurassic Park Ford Explorer tour vehicles & Jeeps -- perfectly sized to "drive" along the ramp! Custom mount for each vehicle at each location:
"Upper" mount -- where plastic ramp converts into habitrail. Mount slides/clips onto the end of the plastic ramp, no drilling required!
"Lower" mount -- end of ramp at the left inlane. Mount attaches at the two existing screws holding the ramp protector.
Explorer: $15 each
Jeep: $10 each
Mounts: $15 each
Hand-painted details transform this pre-manufactured resin model into a white wolf for BSD, or Jon Snow's dire wolf, Ghost, for GoT! BSD: mount over ramps in front of the cemetery, or in back right corner. GoT Pro: mounts perfectly in back right corner, watching over your game. Screw mount on front right foot included (see photo); can be removed/reconfigured for other mounting methods/locations.
Measures ~3.5"L x 2.25"T x 1.5"W.
GoT note: intended for GoT Pro; Prem/LE owners can mount elsewhere.
Errant light spilling into inserts from nearby bulbs can be annoying & distracting. 3D printed LightShields mounted under the playfield can reduce this effect -- install at a nearby screw under the playfield. Base includes two holes for flexibility in positioning, and shield itself is thin enough to trim material from its ends to provide clearance if necessary. Sold in packs of 10 for $10.
3D printed from translucent filament which light up beautifully with whatever color bulb you choose. The raised designs representing the Bunker/Visitor Center, Control Room, and Power Shed are colored/painted black to contrast with the light. The covers are designed to fit snugly over a Comet non-ghosting 1SMD wedge bulb (included; can be omitted by request). Specify bulb color(s) when ordering: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, or natural white.
Let's not forget the Belles! Customize your own Colored Post Earrings:
This video is straight from the Pinball Expo 2020 broadcast, and includes:
Duration: 23 minutes
This video is shortened to include only the genesis of the Custom Colored Posts idea and the assorted variations / examples, with updated images to show the latest design & new available colors.
(Produced October 2020, many new colors / types made available since then!)
Duration: 15 minutes
Installation instructions for my 3D Coin Reject Buttons for modern Stern (and other) games, replacing Suzo-Happ buttons in 42-0517 assembly.
Duration: 2 minutes (it's that easy)
Installation instructions for my 3D Coin Reject Buttons for Williams/Bally WPC-era games, replacing 27-1037 button.
Duration: 4 minutes
Installation instructions for my 3D Coin Reject Buttons for Sega / Data East / Premier (Gottlieb) games, replacing 891-1113-01 button.
Duration: 3 minutes
Andy’s career and creativity converge in the world of the silverball, where he utilizes his engineering side to refurbish pinball machines, his artistic side to photograph them, and both sides to add a personal touch with tasteful modifications and creative repairs.