Design powerhouse to partner with Mezel Mods team
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.
Pinball Accessories Business Mezel Mods Wins Creative Accelerator Program
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
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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Albuquerque couple renovates old pinball machines in their home
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Easy and inexpensive: AC/DC train LED mod
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.