Magic​ Pachinko Restorations

Have  your old dirty, rusty, Vintage Pachinko Machine turned into a family heirloom treasure!

Stabilization Feet for your Pachinko Machine

If you aren't going to mount your machine in a wall cabinet, you should have some sort of stabilization feet on your machine to prevent it from tipping over.

There are two types of stabilization feet that I've seen over the years.  Those made of wood and those made of metal.  My preference is the wooden feet as the metal legs usually interfere with the opening of the machine from the frame.

I offer custom made wood feet.  These are made from pine boards.  After the customization is done, I sand them smooth and apply two coats of polyurethane.  I then drill and countersink the mounting holes.  Screws are included.

These are screwed into the bottom of the pachinko's frame.  

Proper placement is 3" in from each end and then center the foot front to back.

The metal feet also screw into the bottom of the frame usually at opposite ends.

Either type is $25 with free shipping.

Wood Feet

With hardware included

Proper mounting position

3" in from each end. Centered front to back.

Stabilization Feet properly intstalled.

Metal Feet

Blue ones are a bit rusty.



I have a number of "students" that have learned from me and are now working on pachinko projects. 

 One of those "students" is Jake who is also a design engineer.  

He has made some stickers for a specific Nishijin machine called "Circuit". 

 If you have one of these machines, chances are your stickers are not in good condition.  Take a look at these!