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Pinball fan uses 3D printed parts to customize pinball machines

Pinball fan uses 3D printed parts to customize pinball machines

Just two decades ago, you could not go anywhere without being confronted by a pinball machine. Though they have been partly pushed out of sight by digital technology, the world of pinball is still very much alive among a small group of dedicated fans and collectors. 
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Design powerhouse to partner with Mezel Mods team

Design powerhouse to partner with Mezel Mods team

Rio Rancho, NM - Pinball accessories manufacturer Mezel Mods announced its partnership today with 3D animation guru Dennis Summers. The company plans to leverage Summers extensive expertise in 3D animation, texturing, modeling and graphics on products for Stern's new 2016 titles.
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Creative Startups on Display

Creative Startups on Display

The Albuquerque Journal recently wrote about the Creative Startup Accelerator "demo day". Here is an excerpt from the original which can be found here.

Local, national and international startup companies showed their wares to an enthusiastic crowd of about 150 people Wednesday night at the latest “demo day” for graduates of Albuquerque’s Creative Startups business accelerator.

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Pinball Accessories Business Mezel Mods Wins Creative Accelerator Program

Pinball Accessories Business Mezel Mods Wins Creative Accelerator Program

Albuquerque, NM - Mezel Mods won first prize in the second annual Creative Startups Accelerator. The six-week program works with companies selected from the creative industries, culminating in a five-day deep dive in Albuquerque. Nine startups and over thirty mentors from across the globe spent the five days pitching their businesses with the goal of winning the top prize. Creative Startups awarded $50,000 to the top three finalists—Mezel Mods, Beyond Buckskin and FAR Botanicals.
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Pinball, luxury loungewear, virtual reality firms accepted to 2015 Creative Startups Accelerator
Pinball Wizards by Adam Baca

Pinball Wizards by Adam Baca

Mezel Mods may be settled in Rio Rancho, but it enhances the playing field of pinball machines all around the globe.

Tim Mezel turns on his 2013 Metallica pinball machine in his Rio Rancho
shop. As he clicks the flippers, Mezel’s eyes light up nearly as much
as the lights on the machine. “Enter Sandman” blasts, accompanying the
twinkles and clicks emanating from the machine. A snakehead waits to
swallow the hard, silver ball... Download

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Pinball Modding is Growing Up

Pinball Modding is Growing Up

This article is an excerpt from the original article, written by Paul Rubins published by Pavlov Pinball. 

The pinball mod-making scene has quietly been radically transforming itself over the last twelve months or so. 

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Pinball comeback: NM company makes game props

Pinball is making a comeback, and a NM company is reaping the benefits. View story here
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Albuquerque couple renovates old pinball machines in their home

KOB TV, January 15, 2015- A few years back, Kristin Browning-Mezel's husband was dissatisfied with the donut shop in his "Getaway" pinball machine, so he tried to remake it himself...view full article here.
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Albuquerque firm partners with largest pinball machine manufacturer

Albuquerque firm partners with largest pinball machine manufacturer

From the Albuquerque Business First, January 7, 2015
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Easy and inexpensive: AC/DC train LED mod

If you've already dropped $5k on a brand new machine, it is hard to justify dropping much more on modifications.  Yet there are no shortage of $100 mods available- toppers, LED speakers, undercab lighting.  You can easily tack on another $500 to that machine price tag and only add about 3 mods. So what can you do on the cheap?
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Modding Heaven

Modding Heaven

This article is an excerpt from the original article, published by Pavlov Pinball published April 26, 2014

Tim Mezel, boss of Albuquerque-based Mezel Mods, got into the modding business when his attempt to make a Donut Heaven for his High Speed II out of plastic sheets didn’t quite work out. The problem? Simple:  “It just looked horrible,” he says.

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