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JP2007061487A
JP2007061487A JP2005253698A JP2005253698A JP2007061487A JP 2007061487 A JP2007061487 A JP 2007061487A JP 2005253698 A JP2005253698 A JP 2005253698A JP 2005253698 A JP2005253698 A JP 2005253698A JP 2007061487 A JP2007061487 A JP 2007061487A
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a gaming machine capable of moving a sliding door type driving door on the front side between fully open / fully closed positions even when a large display means that is difficult to secure a sufficient space on the left and right is mounted. .
SOLUTION: A pair of drive doors 41a and 41b arranged on the front side of the display means 30, and a fully closed position and a fully open position in which the drive doors 41a and 41b are substantially in contact with each other on the closed side edges 83a and 83b. Door opening / closing means 31 having a drive mechanism 40 that is driven between the left and right drive doors 41a and 41b. The drive mechanism 40 is respectively engaged with left and right racks 94a and 94b that are respectively engaged with pinion gears 138a. , 138b, the racks 94a, 94b project from the closing side edges 83a, 83b of the drive doors 41a, 41b to the other side and are shifted from each other in the vertical direction. The pinion gears 138a, 138b The racks 94a and 94b are meshed from the rear side in the vertical direction.
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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine such as a pachinko machine, an arrange ball machine, and a slot machine.

  In recent years, pachinko machines and other gaming machines equipped with large liquid crystal display means have become mainstream, and each company is trying to differentiate it from other companies' products by the production images displayed on the liquid crystal display means. .

  However, it is not enough to differentiate only by virtual effect images displayed on the liquid crystal display means, and it is difficult to fully differentiate from other companies' products. In order to enhance the production effect, for example, a liquid crystal display means having a double door type door on the front side has been developed (see Patent Document 1).

  The slot machine described in Patent Document 1 is provided with a pair of left and right drive doors that can move in the left-right direction on the front side of the liquid crystal display means. Opening and closing drive is performed between a fully closed position contacting the front side of the display means and a fully open position retracting on both the left and right sides of the liquid crystal display means.

  Each drive door is provided with a rack along its upper edge side or lower edge side, and a pinion gear fixed to the drive shaft of the motor meshes with this rack.

In order to enable the drive door to move between the fully open position and the fully closed position, the rack needs to be formed longer than the full width of each drive door. The racks of the drive doors are arranged so as to protrude outward from the open side edge so that the racks do not interfere with each other when the drive doors are opened and closed.
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  As in the slot machine described in Patent Document 1, in the case where the rack of each drive door is arranged to protrude outward from the open side edge, when the drive door reaches the fully open position, the protruding portion of the rack is Since the entire drive door must be accommodated on both the left and right sides of the liquid crystal display means, a large space is required on both the left and right sides of the liquid crystal display means.

  However, in recent gaming machines, the liquid crystal display means to be mounted is steadily increasing in size, and as a result, the space on both the left and right sides of the liquid crystal display means is gradually reduced. It is difficult to adopt such a drive door.

  In view of such a conventional problem, the present invention provides a sliding door type drive door disposed on the front side of the large display means that is difficult to secure a sufficient space on the left and right. It is an object of the present invention to provide a gaming machine that can be moved between fully closed positions.

  In the present invention, a pair of left and right drive doors 41a and 41b disposed on the front side of the display means 30 so as to be movable in the left and right direction, and the drive doors 41a and 41b, the closed side edges 83a and 83b facing each other are displayed. A door opening / closing means 31 having a drive mechanism 40 that opens and closes between a fully closed position substantially abutting on the front side of the means 30 and a fully open position retracted on both the left and right sides of the display means 30; A game provided with pinion gears 138a and 138b meshing with left and right racks 94a and 94b respectively provided on the left and right drive doors 41a and 41b, and motors 113a and 113b for rotationally driving the pinion gears 138a and 138b. In the machine, the racks 94a and 94b protrude from the closing side edges 83a and 83b of the drive doors 41a and 41b toward the other side and are mutually connected. Are offset in the vertical direction, the pinion gear 138a, 138b are those that are engaged from the rear side while being positioned toward the rotation axis 137 in the vertical direction the rack 94a, with respect to 94b.

  According to the present invention, even when the drive doors 41a and 41b are in the fully open position, the racks 94a and 94b do not protrude outward, and the large-sized liquid crystal display means 30 that is difficult to secure a sufficient space on the left and right is provided. Despite being mounted, it is possible to move the sliding door type drive doors 41a, 41b arranged on the front side between the fully open position and the fully closed position.

  Further, in order to open and close the drive doors 41a and 41b at a high speed, it is necessary to increase the diameters of the pinion gears 138a and 138b to some extent. However, since the pinion gears 138a and 138b are arranged substantially horizontally, for example, liquid crystal display means The projecting dimension to the lower side of 30 can be reduced.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. 1-16 has illustrated one Embodiment which employ | adopted this invention for the pachinko machine. In FIG. 1, a gaming machine main body 1 includes a rectangular outer frame 2 and a front frame 3 pivotally attached to the front side of the outer frame 2 so as to be freely opened and closed. On the front side of the front frame 3, a glass door 4 and a front plate 5 are arranged vertically and are pivotally supported by the front frame 3 so as to be freely opened and closed.

  On the front side of the front plate 5, an upper plate 6 for storing game balls for launch is arranged, and on the lower side of the front plate 5 and on the front side of the front frame 3, a lower plate 7 for storing extra balls is arranged. . On one side of the lower plate 7, for example, on the right side, a launching handle 8 of launching means (not shown) for launching a game ball is provided in a protruding manner on the front side of the front frame 3.

  A game board 21 is detachably attached to the back side of the front frame 3 so as to correspond to the rear side of the glass door 4. On the front side of the game board 21, a guide rail 22 for guiding a game ball launched from the launching means is annularly mounted, and a center case 24 and a normal symbol start are provided in a game area 23 inside the guide rail 22. Various game parts such as means 25, special symbol starting means 26, large winning means 27, and normal winning means 28 are arranged.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the center case 24 has a liquid crystal display means (display means) 30 constituting a special effect symbol display means 29, a door opening / closing means 31 capable of opening and closing the front side of the liquid crystal display means 30, and a normal opening / closing means 31. A symbol display means 32, a special symbol display means 33, a normal reserved number display means 34, a special reserved number display means 35, a special game state display means 36, and the like are provided.

  The normal symbol display means 32 is for variably displaying the normal symbol, and is composed of, for example, two light emitters (for example, LEDs) corresponding to two types of normal symbols “O” and “X”. On condition that the normal symbol starting means 25 composed of a gate or the like detects a game ball, the two illuminants blink alternately for a predetermined time, and the hit judgment disturbance acquired when the normal symbol starting means 25 detects the game ball. When the numerical value matches a predetermined hit determination value, the “○” side light emitter corresponding to the hit mode emits light, and in other cases, the “×” side light emission corresponding to the off mode The blinking ends when the body emits light.

  When the normal symbol starting means 25 detects a game ball during the fluctuation display of the normal symbol display means 32, the hit determination random number value acquired at the time of detection detects a predetermined upper limit reserved number, for example, four Is stored as a limit, and for example, the normal holding number display means 34 made of the same number of light emitters as the upper limit holding number displays the storage number of random numbers for hit determination (hereinafter, the normal holding number) by the number of light emission, The player is informed of the number of normally reserved items at that time.

  The special symbol starting means 26 is composed of a variable-actuated electric tulip or the like having a pair of left and right open / close claws 26a that can be freely opened and closed, and is disposed below the center case 24. When a later stop symbol becomes a hit state and a normal profit state occurs, the opening / closing claw 26a is operated in an open state for a predetermined time.

  The special symbol display means 33 is composed of one or a plurality of display means such as a seven-segment type capable of variably displaying one special symbol, for example, and the special symbol starting means 26 detects the game ball. If the special symbol is displayed in a variable condition for a predetermined time, and the jackpot determination random number value acquired when the special ball starting means 26 detects the game ball matches the predetermined jackpot determination value, the predetermined jackpot mode is used. In other cases, it stops in a disengagement mode.

  For example, 10 kinds of numerical symbols “0” to “9” and symbol symbol “−” are used as the special symbols, “0” to “9” are set to the big hit mode, and “−” is set to the off mode. Has been.

  Further, when the special symbol starting means 26 detects a game ball during the variation display of the special symbol, the jackpot determination random number obtained at the time of detection is stored up to a predetermined upper limit reserved number, for example, four. In addition, for example, the special reserve number display means 35 made up of the same number of light emitters as the upper limit reserved number displays the number of stored jackpot determination random number values (hereinafter referred to as special reserve number) by the number of emitted lights, and the special reserve at that time The number is notified to the player.

  The special game state display means 36 is for displaying the occurrence and the type of special game states such as so-called probability change and time reduction, for example, two pieces corresponding to two types of special game states of “probability change” and “time reduction”. When the special gaming state occurs after the end of the special profit state (bonus state) that occurs based on the special symbol after the variation of the special symbol display means 33 becomes a jackpot mode, One of the light emitters emits light corresponding to the type of the special game state.

  The effect special symbol display means 29 displays the effect special symbols variably in time synchronization with the special symbol change display by the special symbol display means 33, and one or more, for example, three effects in the left-right direction. The special symbol is configured to be variably displayed on the display screen 30a of the liquid crystal display means 30 together with various effect images, for example, and on the condition that the special symbol starting means 26 detects a game ball, the special symbol is simultaneously started to change. The special effect symbols are started in accordance with a predetermined change pattern, and the special effect symbols are stopped in a predetermined order such as left, right, and middle so that the special symbols are stopped at the same time as the special symbols are stopped.

  For example, 10 kinds of numerical symbols from “0” to “9” are used as the special effects designs, and all three symbols such as “6, 6, 6” and “7, 7, 7” are all in the same pattern. The thing is a big hit mode, and the one with different at least one pattern is the off mode.

  In addition, the stop symbol after the change of the effect special symbol by the effect special symbol display means 29 becomes a jackpot mode consisting of the same number symbol as the special symbol when the special symbol by the special symbol display means 33 stops in the jackpot mode, When the special symbol stops in a detaching manner, it becomes an arbitrary detaching manner. For example, when the special symbol stops at “7”, the special production symbol stops at “7 / 7.7”, and when the special symbol stops at “−”, the special production symbol becomes “3.4. It stops in any disengagement mode such as “5”.

  The special winning means 27 is a variable actuating type equipped with an opening / closing plate 27a that can be changed between an open state advantageous to the player and a closed state disadvantageous to the player, and the special symbol display means 33 after the change of the special symbol. When a special profit state (a big hit state) occurs based on the fact that the game is a big hit mode, the open / close plate 27a is opened to the front side for a predetermined time, and the game ball dropped on the open plate 27a is awarded to the inside. ing.

  The big winning means 27 is provided with an opening / closing plate when a predetermined condition is satisfied such that a predetermined time (for example, 28 seconds) elapses from the opening or a predetermined number (for example, ten) of game balls are won within the predetermined time. 27a is closed and the opening operation is repeated a predetermined number of times (for example, 15 times).

  The door opening / closing means 31 opens and closes the front side of the display screen 30a of the liquid crystal display means 30 by a double-sliding door type door, and is movable to the front side of the liquid crystal display means 30 as shown in FIGS. A pair of left and right drive doors 41a and 41b disposed in the liquid crystal display, and a "fully closed position" in which the closed side edges 83a and 83b facing the drive doors 41a and 41b are substantially in contact with each other on the front side of the liquid crystal display means 30; A drive mechanism 40 that opens and closes between the “full open positions” that retracts on both the left and right sides of the display means 30 and one or a plurality of sets, for example, two sets of driven doors that open and close following the opening and closing operations of the drive doors 41a and 41b. 42 a, 42 b, 43 a, 43 b, etc., for example, are opened and closed according to a predetermined operation pattern according to the display mode of the special symbol by the special symbol display means 33.

  Further, the door opening / closing means 31 is driven by the drive doors 41a and 41b and the driven doors 42a and 42b that have moved to the respective “fully closed positions” when the drive doors 41a and 41b are in the “fully closed position”. , 43a, 43b, and the front side of the display screen 30a of the liquid crystal display means 30 is completely covered ("door fully closed") (FIG. 2B), and when the drive doors 41a, 41b are in the "fully open position" The front side of the display screen 30a of the liquid crystal display means 30 is fully opened by the drive doors 41a, 41b and the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b that have been moved to the respective "fully open positions". (Fig. 2 (a)).

  The drive doors 41a, 41b and the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b are arranged substantially symmetrically with respect to the center in the left-right direction of the center case 24, and thus each door 41a, 41b, 42a, 42b, 43a, When the position in the left-right direction is specified based on 43b, terms such as “open side”, “closed side”, “open direction”, and “closed direction” are used in relation to the opening / closing operation direction. For example, “closed side edge 83a” represents the right edge of the left drive door 41a, and “closed side edge 83b” represents the left edge of the right drive door 41b. Further, for example, in the left drive door 41a, “front side in the closing direction” indicates the right side of the left drive door 41a, and “rear side in the closing direction” indicates the left end side of the left drive door 41a.

  Next, the structure of the center case 24 provided with the door opening / closing means 31 will be described in more detail with reference to FIGS. The center case 24 is detachably attached to the approximate center of the game area 23 on the game board 21, and is attached from the front side of the game board 21 and the normal symbol display means 32, as shown in FIGS. The front structure 44 provided with the special symbol display means 33, the normal reserved number display means 34, the special reserved number display means 35, the special game state display means 36, etc., and the liquid crystal display means 30 mounted from the back side of the game board 21 And a back structure 45 provided with door opening / closing means 31 and the like.

  The front structure 44 is provided with a substantially rectangular front display window 46 corresponding to the liquid crystal display means 30 on the back structure 45 side, a ball guiding means 47 on the upper side of the front display window 46, and a ball drop passage on the left and right. (Front cover means) 48a and 48b are provided, and a ball guide stage 49 is provided on the lower side.

  The entrance guidance means 47 is for entering the game balls that have been driven into the game area 23 and distributing them to either the left or right ball drop passages 48a, 48b. For example, the entrance 50 that opens obliquely upward. The game ball that has entered the ball is rolled in the left-right direction on the sorting stage 51 and flows into one of the inlets 53a, 53b of the communication passages 52a, 52b communicating with the left and right ball drop passages 48a, 48b. Yes.

  The ball drop passages 48a and 48b guide the game balls guided through the communication passages 52a and 52b on the ball guiding means 47 side to the ball guide stage 49 side, and follow the side edges of the front display window 46. Discharge ports 54a and 54b for discharging the game ball toward the ball guide stage 49 side are provided at the lower end thereof.

  In the ball drop passages 48a and 48b, for example, a large number of obstacle pins 55 in the front-rear direction are arranged, and a plurality of protrusions 56 are provided inward from the left and right side walls. The flow direction of the game ball is changed irregularly by 56.

  The ball drop passages 48a and 48b are formed so that at least the front and rear wall surfaces thereof are transparent, and the flow state of the game ball inside and the light emission state of the light emitter on the back structure 45 side arranged at the rear are as follows. Visible from the front side.

  The ball guide stage 49 rolls the game ball flowing in from the ball drop passages 48a and 48b in the left-right direction, and then drops it to the lower special symbol starting means 26 side. The upper stage 49a and the lower stage 49b Are arranged on the upper and lower sides, and the game balls that have flowed in from the outlets 54a and 54b of the ball drop passages 48a and 48b roll in the horizontal direction on the upper stage 49a, and then move from the ball drop hole 57 onto the lower stage 49b. The game ball is dropped from either the left-right center of the lower stage 49b or both sides thereof.

  In addition, various decorative members are arranged on the front side of the front structure 44, and the normal symbol display means 32, the special symbol display means 33, the normal reserved number display means 34, the special reserved number display means 35, Special game state display means 36 and the like are arranged.

  The front structure 44 is provided with a thin plate-like board surface mounting portion 58 around the front structure 44, the rear side is fitted from the front side into the mounting hole 21a of the game board 21, and the board surface mounting portion 58 is connected to the game board. In a state of being in close contact with the front side of the game board 21, it is detachably fixed to the game board 21 by screwing, press-fitting, or the like.

  The back structure 45 includes a liquid crystal display means 30, a door opening / closing means 31, and a back case 61 that fixes the liquid crystal display means 30, the door opening / closing means 31, etc. to the back side of the game board 21.

  The back case 61 corresponds to the upper case body 62 disposed corresponding to the rear side of the front structure 44 and the rear side of the special symbol starting means 26, as shown in FIGS. And a lower cover body 63 disposed on the lower side of the upper case body 62, for example.

  The upper case body 62 is for supporting the liquid crystal display means 30, the door opening / closing means 31 and the like on the back side of the game board 21, and has a substantially rectangular back plate 64 and upper, lower, left and right edges of the back plate. The peripheral wall plates 65a to 65d projecting forward along the front wall are formed in a substantially box shape with the front side open, and are screwed to the back side of the game board 21 around the peripheral wall plates 65a to 65d. A plurality of fixing portions 66 are projected in a bowl shape.

  A rear display window 67 corresponding to the front display window 46 on the front structure 44 side is formed in the rear plate 64 of the upper case body 62 at an approximate center thereof, and the front structure body is formed on both the left and right sides. A light emitting window 68 corresponding to the ball drop passages 48 a and 48 b on the 44 side is formed in an opening shape having substantially the same height as the rear display window 67. The liquid crystal display means 30 is disposed on the rear side of the rear display window 67 (see FIGS. 3 and 4), and the light-emitting panel (light-emitting means) 69 is disposed on the rear side of the light-emitting window 68. It is detachably fixed to the 62 side.

  Here, as shown in FIG. 6A, FIG. 14, and the like, the light emitting panel 69 is arranged along the lens plate 69a and the edge of the lens plate 69a, and a plurality of light emitters on the lens plate 69a side. (For example, LED) 69b mounted on the light emitting substrate 69c, the lens plate 69a that covers the lens plate 69a from the rear side and holds the light emitting substrate 69c, the front side of the lens case 69d, and the front side of the lens plate 69a The lens cover 69e is covered with a lens cover 69e and the like, and refracts the light of the light emitter 69b entering from the side surface of the lens plate 69a and irradiates forward. The lens plate 69a has a configuration in which a large number of hemispherical protrusions are regularly arranged on the back side of a flat plate, for example.

  Further, on the lower side of the back plate 64 of the upper case body 62, gear covers 70a and 70b covering the pinion gears 138a and 138b on the door opening / closing means 31 side mounted from the front side of the upper case body 62 from the upper side protrude backward. Furthermore, an opening 71 is formed below the gear covers 70a and 70b, into which the pinion gears 138a and 138b can be fitted from the front side.

  The lower cover body 63 is for holding one or a plurality of, for example, first to third three relay boards 72 to 74. As shown in FIG. 5B, FIG. Are integrally provided with first to third substrate mounting portions 75 to 77 to which.

  The first to third board mounting portions 75 to 77 have mounting boards 75a to 77a arranged substantially parallel to the game board 21 so as to substantially cover the front sides of the relay boards 72 to 74, and relay boards 72 to 74, respectively. Front and rear enclosing plates 75b to 77b provided along the periphery of the mounting plates 75a to 77a so as to substantially cover the periphery, and fixed claws 75c to 77c projecting rearward along the enclosing plates 75b to 77b. I have.

  For example, the first substrate mounting portion 75 and the second substrate mounting portion 76 are vertically arranged so that the first to third substrate mounting portions 75 to 77 are adjacent to each other in the vertical or horizontal direction. The mounting portions 75 and 76 and the third substrate mounting portion 77 are arranged so as to be adjacent to each other on the left and right. The first to third board mounting portions 75 to 77 are all arranged on the rear side of the back plate 64 on the upper case body 62 side, and are shifted in the front-rear direction and arranged in a stepped manner. For example, the upper first substrate mounting portion 75 is disposed on the most rear side, and the right third substrate mounting portion 77 is disposed on the most front side.

  The surrounding plates 75b to 77b have substantially constant rearward protruding amounts from the mounting plates 75a to 77a, and in the adjacent portions of the first to third substrate mounting portions 75 to 77, the surrounding side plates are disposed on the front side. For example, in the adjacent portion of the first substrate mounting portion 75 and the second substrate mounting portion 76, the surrounding plate 76b on the second substrate mounting portion 76 side is replaced by the first and second substrate mounting portions 75 and 76 and the third substrate mounting portion. In a portion adjacent to 77, the surrounding plate 77b on the third substrate mounting portion 77 side is omitted.

  And in the adjacent part of the 1st board | substrate mounting part 75 and the 2nd board | substrate mounting part 76 which adjoin vertically, a part of the surrounding board 75b arrange | positioned between them is notched, and 1 or more, for example, 2 Two notches 78 are formed, and corresponding to the notches 78, openings 79 are formed so as to straddle the mounting plates 75a and 76a on both sides.

  The relay substrates 72 to 74 are fitted into the first to third substrate mounting portions 75 to 77 from the rear side, and the end portions thereof are detachably fixed by the fixing claws 75 c to 77 c. When removing the relay boards 72 to 74, the fixing claws 75c to 77c may be disengaged. In this case, for example, the first and second relay boards 72 and 73 adjacent to each other are stepped back and forth. In addition, a cutout portion 78 is formed in the surrounding plate 75b between the first and second substrate mounting portions 75 and 76, and the mounting plates 75a and 76a on both sides are straddled corresponding to the cutout portion 78. Since the opening 79 is formed, the removal can be easily performed by placing a finger on the edge of the substrate on the removal side.

  Further, for example, the fixing claw 76 c of the second substrate mounting portion 76 is disposed between the second substrate mounting portion 76 and the third substrate mounting portion 77, but the third substrate with respect to the second substrate mounting portion 76. Since the mounting portion 77 is shifted to the front side, the movable range of the fixed claw 76c can be sufficiently secured.

  Note that one or a plurality of, for example, a pair of left and right fixed bases 80 for projecting to the back side of the game board 21 project forward from the lower side of the lower cover body 63. The upper surface side of the fixed base 80 is formed with a low slope on one side in the left-right direction, for example, the center side in the left-right direction, and smoothly guides the winning ball guided to the back side of the game board 21 downward. ing.

  For example, as shown in FIG. 10, the door opening / closing means 31 includes a pair of left and right drive doors 41a and 41b, and first driven doors 42a and 42b and a second driven door that are opened and closed by opening and closing operations of the drive doors 41a and 41b. The door 43a, 43b and the drive unit 81 and the upper rail unit 82 which comprise the drive mechanism 40 which opens and closes the drive door 41a, 41b between fully open / fully closed positions are provided.

  The drive doors 41a and 41b are arranged so that the closed side edges 83a and 83b facing each other substantially come into contact with each other at the front center of the liquid crystal display means 30 when in the fully closed position. As shown in the drawings, the drive door body 85, the left and right driven parts 86a and 86b arranged along the lower end side of the drive door body 85, and the driven parts 86a and 86b are rotatably mounted. A plurality of, for example, three wheels 87 are provided.

  The drive door main body 85 is formed in, for example, a vertically long and substantially rectangular shape, and its height is formed to be substantially the same as or larger than that of the display screen 30a of the liquid crystal display means 30, and the lateral width is the width of each driven door 42a, 42b, 43a, and 43b are substantially the same, and are formed in dimensions that can cover the display screen 30a of the liquid crystal display means 30 with all six doors combined therewith.

  As shown in FIG. 15, the drive door main body 85 is formed by connecting a front door frame member 88 and a rear back plate member 89 in the front-rear direction by screwing or the like. The door frame member 88 is formed into a shape integrally including a rectangular door frame and vertical and horizontal bars disposed inside thereof by using an opaque and non-light-transmitting (or low light-transmitting) synthetic resin or the like. ing. The back plate member 89 is formed of a semitransparent (or opaque) and light-transmitting synthetic resin or the like into a rectangular plate shape having substantially the same size as the door frame member 88, and between the crosspieces on the door frame member 88 side. Part of this space is fitted from the rear side to form a portion corresponding to the actual shoji of the shoji door (hereinafter referred to as shoji portion 90).

  Further, one or a plurality of, for example, a pair of left and right upper guide protrusions 91 are provided on the upper edge portion of the drive door main body 85 so as to protrude upward. The upper guide protrusion 91 is, for example, thin in the front-rear direction and is substantially semicircular when viewed from the front, and is integrally formed on at least one of the door frame member 88 and the back plate member 89, for example, the back plate member 89 side.

  Further, on the back side of the drive door main body 85, for example, in the vicinity of both upper and lower ends, a horizontally long interlocking guide groove in which the interlocking protrusion 92 on the rear driven door 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b side can be fitted from the rear side. 93 is disposed. The interlocking guide groove 93 is provided over substantially the entire width direction of the drive door body 85 so that both end portions 93a and 93b are located in the vicinity of both left and right end portions of the drive door body 85, and the interlocking protrusion 92 is interlocked. Relative movement between the both end portions 93a and 93b of the guide groove 93 is possible.

  The driven parts 86a and 86b are arranged in an elongated shape in the left-right direction so as to protrude from the closing side edges 83a and 83b to the other side, that is, the front side in the closing direction, along the lower end side of the driving door main body 85. The racks 94a and 94b are disposed rearward along the longitudinal direction, and sliding guide plates 95a and 95b having upper surfaces formed substantially horizontally above the racks 94a and 94b are driven parts 86a and 86b. For example, it is provided so as to protrude rearward along the upper edge side.

  The sliding guide plates 95a and 95b may be provided over the entire longitudinal direction of the driven parts 86a and 86b, but may be provided at least in the vicinity of both ends in the left-right direction. In this embodiment, it is provided in two places, the part corresponding to the drive door main body 85, and the front-end | tip part of the to-be-driven parts 86a and 86b.

  The racks 94a and 94b and the sliding guide plates 95a and 95b are integrally formed below the back plate member 89.

  Front cover plates 96a and 96b integrally formed on the front side of the door frame member 88 are arranged along the racks 94a and 94b on the front side of the driven parts 86a and 86b. A wheel 87 is mounted between the front cover plates 96a and 96b and the racks 94a and 94b with the lower end side slightly protruded downward.

  The wheels 87 are arranged at predetermined intervals along the longitudinal direction of the driven parts 86a and 86b. As shown in FIG. 15, the wheels 87 are formed, for example, in a rearwardly recessed shape on the front side of the lower ends of the racks 94a and 94b. The wheel mounting portions 97 are accommodated in the respective wheel mounting portions 97 and are rotatably supported by axles 87a protruding from the racks 94a and 94b to the front cover plates 96a and 96b. Of course, the axle 87a may be integrally provided on the wheel 87 side.

  In addition, on the back side of the driven parts 86a and 86b, the detected parts 98a and 98b protrude backward, for example, between racks 94a and 94b and sliding guide plates 95a and 95b. The detected portions 98a and 98b are detected by position detection switches 130a and 130b, which will be described later. For example, the detected portions 98a and 98b are arranged near the open end of the driven portions 86a and 86b, that is, below the driving door body 85. Yes.

  Furthermore, on the lower surface side of the driven parts 86a and 86b, as shown in FIGS. 9 and 12, for example, a riding protrusion 99 is provided so as to protrude downward in the vicinity of the open end. The riding protrusion 99 includes an inclined surface 99a in which the protrusion amount gradually increases from the closed side toward the open side. The riding protrusion 99 may be provided on either the front cover plates 96a, 96b side or the racks 94a, 94b side, or may be provided across both or separately.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 9 and the like, the driven portions 86a and 86b of the left and right drive doors 41a and 41b are arranged so as to be shifted in the vertical direction so as not to interfere with each other when in the fully closed position. In the present embodiment, when the drive door bodies 85 of the left and right drive doors 41a and 41b are arranged side by side, the driven portion 86a of the left drive door 41a is It is comprised so that it may come below the to-be-driven part 86b of the right drive door 41b.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 8, the driven parts 86a and 86b of the left and right drive doors 41a and 41b completely coincide with each other in the front-rear direction, or even slightly deviate from each other so that at least some of them overlap each other. Is arranged. In the present embodiment, the driven portion 86a on the left drive door 41a side is shifted slightly to the front side of the drive door body 85, and the driven portion 86b on the right drive door 41b side is shifted slightly to the rear side of the drive door body 85, respectively. The driven portion 86a of the left drive door 41a is arranged to overlap each other in a state of being slightly shifted to the front side from the driven portion 86b of the right drive door 41b.

  The first driven doors 42a and 42b are arranged along the rear side of the drive doors 41a and 41b and directly open and close by opening and closing the drive doors 41a and 41b, and the second driven doors 43a and 43b are It is arranged along the rear side of the first driven doors 42a and 42b, and indirectly opens and closes by opening and closing the drive doors 41a and 41b via the first driven doors 42a and 42b. In the present embodiment, since the first driven doors 42a and 42b and the second driven doors 43a and 43b are formed in the same shape, only the first driven doors 42a and 42b will be described for the configuration. The second driven doors 43a and 43b are omitted.

  The first driven doors 42 a and 42 b include a driven door main body 101 and a plurality of, for example, two wheels 87 each rotatably mounted on the driven door main body 101.

  The driven door main body 101 is formed to have substantially the same dimensions as the drive door main body 85. Like the drive door main body 85, the front door frame member 103 and the rear back plate member 104 are coupled to each other by screwing or the like. It is formed by doing. The door frame member 103 is formed in a shape integrally including a rectangular door frame and vertical and horizontal bars disposed on the inside thereof by using a synthetic resin or the like that is opaque and does not transmit light (or has low light transmission). ing. The back plate member 104 is formed in a semi-transparent (or opaque) and light-transmitting synthetic resin or the like into a rectangular plate shape substantially the same size as the door frame member 103, and between the crosspieces of the door frame member 103. The shoji part 90 is configured by fitting a part of the space into the space from the rear side.

  In addition, one or more, for example, a pair of left and right upper guide protrusions 91 are provided on the upper edge of the driven door main body 101 so as to protrude upward, like the drive door main body 85. The upper guide protrusion 91 is, for example, substantially semicircular when viewed from the front in the front-rear direction, and is integrally formed on at least one of the door frame member 103 and the back plate member 104, for example, the back plate member 104 side.

  On the front side of the driven door main body 101, an interlocking protrusion 92 corresponding to the interlocking guide groove 93 on the drive doors 41a and 41b side is provided projecting forward in the vicinity of the closing side end portion of each driven door main body 101. Further, on the back surface side of the driven door main body 101, as with the drive door main body 85, an interlocking guide groove 93 in which the interlocking protrusion 92 of the rear driven door can be fitted from the rear side is disposed in the left-right direction. . The second driven doors 43a and 43b do not require the interlocking guide groove 93. However, since the interlocking guide groove 93 is disposed on the back side and cannot be seen from the front side, in the present embodiment, the first driven doors 42a and 42b. The second driven doors 43a and 43b are also provided with interlocking guide grooves 93 in order to reduce the cost with the same shape as the above.

  A wheel 87 is mounted between the front door frame member 103 and the rear back plate member 104 with its lower end side slightly protruding downward. One wheel 87 is disposed in the vicinity of the left and right ends of the driven door main body 101, and, for example, in the same manner as the drive doors 41a and 41b shown in FIG. Are respectively accommodated in the wheel mounting portions 97 formed on the front side, and are rotatably supported by, for example, an axle 87a protruding from the back plate member 104 side to the door frame member 103 side.

  As shown in FIGS. 10, 11, and 13, the drive unit 81 includes a lower case body 111, an upper case body 112 that is attached to the upper side of the lower case body 111, and two left and right parts that are attached to the lower case body 111. Motors 113a and 113b are provided.

  The lower case body 111 includes a lower case front wall 121 that is substantially parallel to the game board 21, a lower case rear wall 122 that is disposed substantially in parallel behind the lower case front wall 121, and the lower case front wall 121. The lower case side wall 123 connecting the left and right end sides of the lower case rear wall 122 and the lower case side wall, and the lower rail connecting the lower case front wall 121, the lower case rear wall 122, and the lower edge side of the lower case side wall 123 substantially horizontally. A plate 124, a middle rail plate 125 projecting substantially horizontally forward along the upper edge side of the lower case rear wall 122, two left and right motor mounting portions 126a, 126b provided on the lower case rear wall 122, and the like. For example, it is integrated.

  The lower case body 111 has dimensions in the front-rear direction and the left-right direction that are substantially the same as those of the upper case body 62 on the back case 61 side, and a lower peripheral wall plate on the lower side of the upper case body 62 on the back case 61 side. It is detachably mounted along the upper surface side of 65b.

  On the upper surface side of the lower rail plate 124, as shown in FIGS. 6B and 7-9, etc., one of the drive doors 41a and 41b, for example, the left drive door 41a, corresponds to the front edge side. A lower guide rail (drive door lower guide rail) 127 is arranged. The lower guide rail 127 receives the wheel 87 on the lower end side of the left drive door 41a from the lower side and guides it in the opening and closing direction. The lower guide rail 127 is constituted by a guide groove 127a having a certain depth, along the guide groove 127a. Thus, the wheel 87 of the left drive door 41a is rolled in the left-right direction. In the present embodiment, a pair of front and rear ridges 127b protruding at a constant height is formed on the upper surface side of the lower rail plate 124, and a gap between the ridges 127b is a guide groove 127a.

  The depth of the guide groove 127a is such that when the wheel 87 rolls in the guide groove 127a, the lower surface side of the driven portion 86a of the left drive door 41a is the upper surface on both the front and rear sides of the guide groove 127a, that is, the ridge portion 127b. It is desirable to be close to the upper surface of the substrate.

  The lower guide rail 127 corresponds to the moving range of the left drive door 41a, that is, the range from the fully open position to the fully closed position, from the vicinity of the open end (left end) of the lower case body 111 to the close end ( It is arranged to a predetermined position on the right end) side, and in the vicinity of the open end of the lower guide rail 127, when the left drive door 41a reaches the fully open position, the open side predetermined portion of the left drive door 41a An opening direction restricting portion 120a that restricts movement of the left drive door 41a in the opening direction by abutting is provided upright on the upper surface side of the lower rail plate 124, for example.

  A pair of left and right board holding portions 128a are erected upward on the rear side of the lower guide rail 127 near the open end of the lower rail plate 124. The switch board 129a is provided on the board holding portion 128a. It is attached detachably. A position detection switch 130a capable of detecting the detected portion 98a on the left drive door 41a side is mounted on the switch board 129a when the left drive door 41a is in the fully open position.

  Further, on the lower guide rail 127 or in the vicinity thereof, as shown in FIG. 9, a push-up protrusion 131 is projected upward corresponding to the ride-on protrusion 99 when the left drive door 41a is in the fully closed position. Yes. In the present embodiment, the riding protrusion 99 is provided in the vicinity of the front and rear of the guide groove 127a, that is, on the upper surface side of the protrusion 127b. The push-up protrusion 131 includes an inclined surface 131a in which the protrusion amount gradually increases from the open side to the close side. When the left drive door 41a moves toward the fully closed position, Immediately before, the inclined surface 99a of the riding protrusion 99 rides on the inclined surface 131a, so that the rear end side in the closing direction of the left drive door 41a is pushed upward to correct the inclination of the left drive door 41a.

  The middle rail plate 125 has a substantially constant forward protrusion width from the lower case rear wall 122, and the front edge side thereof is positioned above the front edge portion of the lower guide rail 127, for example, on the lower rail plate 124 side. As shown in FIG. 8 and the like, along the front edge side, a pressing rail (driving door pressing rail) 132 corresponding to the left driving door 41a is provided on the lower surface side, and a lower guide rail (corresponding to the right driving door 41b is provided on the upper surface side. Driving door lower guide rails) 133 are provided respectively.

  The holding rail 132 regulates the upward movement of the left drive door 41a by restricting the upward movement of the lower end side of the left drive door 41a. As shown in FIG. 8, the slide guide plate 95a on the left drive door 41a side is provided. It is provided at a position close to the upper surface side of. The holding rail 132 includes, for example, a downward protruding ridge portion 132a. The protruding portion 132a is, for example, on the upper surface side of the sliding guide plate 95a when the left drive door 41a swings in the opening / closing direction during the opening / closing operation. The slidable contact is made to suppress the swing.

  The lower guide rail 133 receives the wheel 87 on the lower end side of the right drive door 41b from the lower side and guides it in the opening and closing direction, and is constituted by a guide groove 133a having a certain depth, along the guide groove 133a. The wheel 87 of the right drive door 41b is guided in the left-right direction. In the present embodiment, a pair of front and rear ridges 133b projecting at a constant height is formed on the upper surface side of the middle rail plate 125, and a guide groove 133a is formed between the ridges 133b. .

  The lower guide rail 133 corresponds to the movement range of the right drive door 41b, that is, the range from the fully open position to the fully closed position, from the vicinity of the open end (right end) of the lower case body 111 to the closed end (left end). In the vicinity of the open end of the lower guide rail 133, when the right drive door 41b reaches the fully open position, it abuts on a predetermined open side portion of the right drive door 41b. Thus, an opening direction restricting portion 120b that restricts the movement of the right drive door 41b in the opening direction is erected on the upper surface side of the middle rail plate 125, for example.

  The middle rail plate 125 is disposed from the vicinity of the right end portion of the lower case body 111 to a predetermined position on the left end side corresponding to the position where the lower guide rail 133 is disposed, and from the left end portion of the middle rail plate 125. Also on the left side, a switch board 129a on the lower rail plate 124 side is arranged.

  A pair of left and right board holding portions 128b are erected upward on the upper side of the middle rail plate 125 on the rear side of the lower guide rail 133, and the switch board 129b is detachably attached to the board holding portion 128b. It is installed. A position detection switch 130b capable of detecting the detected portion 98b on the right drive door 41b side when the right drive door 41b is in the fully open position is mounted on the switch board 129b.

  Furthermore, on the lower guide rail 133 or in the vicinity thereof, as shown in FIG. 9, the push-up protrusion similar to the lower guide rail 127 side corresponds to the ride-up protrusion 99 when the right drive door 41b is in the fully closed position. 131 protrudes upward. The riding protrusion 99 is provided in the vicinity of the front and rear of the guide groove 133a, that is, on the upper surface side of the protrusion 133b. The push-up protrusion 131 includes an inclined surface 131a in which the protrusion amount gradually increases from the open side to the close side. When the right drive door 41b moves toward the fully closed position, Immediately before, the inclined surface 99a of the riding protrusion 99 rides on the inclined surface 131a, so that the rear end side in the closing direction of the right drive door 41b is pushed upward to correct the inclination of the right drive door 41b.

  Note that it is possible to correct the inclination of the drive doors 41a and 41b by providing the push-up protrusion 131 in the guide grooves 127a and 133a where the wheel 87 rolls, so that the wheel 87 rides up. There is a drawback that the drive doors 41 a and 41 b rattle when the wheel 87 passes through the push-up protrusion 131.

  In the present embodiment, the push-up protrusion 131 is provided not in the guide grooves 127a and 133a where the wheel 87 rolls but in the vicinity thereof, and further when the drive doors 41a and 41b are respectively in the fully closed position, the push-up protrusion 131 corresponds to the push-up protrusion 131. In this way, the lift protrusions 99 are provided on the drive doors 41a and 41b side, so that the push-up protrusions 131 are only in the posture when the lift protrusions 99 are on the upper side, that is, when the drive doors 41a and 41b are in the vicinity of the fully closed position. The drive doors 41a and 41b are not rattled during other opening and closing operations.

  The push-up protrusion 131 on the lower guide rails 127 and 133 side and the ride-on protrusion 99 on the drive doors 41a and 41b are an example of an inclination correction unit that corrects the inclination of the drive door.

  The left and right motor mounting portions 126a and 126b are respectively mounted with the motors 113a and 113b. As shown in FIGS. 6B, 11 and 13, the lower case body 111 is sandwiched between the left and right centers. A mounting plate 135 that is disposed adjacent to both the left and right sides, is substantially horizontal, and has a notch 135a that is recessed forward from the rear end side at a substantially central portion in the left-right direction, and the mounting plate And a peripheral wall plate 136 that protrudes upward from the peripheral edge of the mounting plate 135 so as to substantially surround the periphery of 135.

  The motors 113a and 113b are mounted, for example, in a state where the drive shaft (rotary shaft) 137 is directed upward, for example, in the up-down direction, and the upper end side of the drive shaft 137 protrudes above the mounting plate 135 through the notch 135a. It is detachably fixed to the lower surface side of the plate 135. Pinion gears 138a and 138b are fixed to the drive shafts 137 of the motors 113a and 113b, respectively, on the upper ends thereof.

  In the left motor mounting portion 126a, the front edge side of the pinion gear 138a on the left motor 113a side mounted on the left motor mounting portion 126a is located in the vicinity of the upper rear side of the lower guide rail 127, and the pinion gear 138a is on the rack 94a on the left drive door 41a side. For example, it is integrally provided on the lower side of the lower case rear wall 122 so as to mesh with the rear side.

  The right motor mounting portion 126b has a front edge side of the pinion gear 138b on the right motor 113b side mounted on the right motor mounting portion 126b in the vicinity of the upper rear side of the lower guide rail 133, and the pinion gear 138b on the right drive door 41b side. For example, it is integrally provided on the upper side of the lower case rear wall 122 so as to mesh with the rack 94b from the rear side.

  The motor mounting portions 126a and 126b are provided so that the mounting plate 135 covers substantially the entire lower surface of the pinion gears 138a and 138b, and the peripheral wall plate 136 substantially surrounds the left and right and the rear of the pinion gears 138a and 138b. The rear side of the pinion gears 138a and 138b is arranged so as to protrude to the rear side of the lower case rear wall 122 according to the size of the diameter of the pinion gears 138a and 138b.

  The upper case body 112 is detachably mounted on the upper side of the lower case body 111. As shown in FIGS. 11, 13, etc., the upper case body 112 corresponds to the lower case front wall 121 on the lower case body 111 side. A wall 141, an upper case rear wall 142 corresponding to the lower case rear wall 122 on the lower case body 111 side, and an upper case connecting the left and right ends of the upper case front wall 141 and the upper case rear wall 142 in the front-rear direction. For example, the side rail 143 and an upper rail plate 144 projecting horizontally forward from the upper edge side of the upper case rear wall 142 are integrally provided.

  As shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, the position of the front edge side of the upper rail plate 144 substantially coincides with the position of the front edge side of the middle rail plate 125 on the lower case body 111 side. Between the front wall 141, a drive door insertion portion 145 having a horizontally long opening through which the lower side of the drive doors 41a and 41b is inserted vertically is formed.

  On the lower surface side of the upper rail plate 144, a pressing rail (driving door pressing rail) 146 corresponding to the right driving door 41b is provided along the front edge side. The holding rail 146 regulates the upward movement of the right drive door 41b by restricting the upward movement of the lower end side of the right drive door 41b, and is positioned close to the upper surface side of the sliding guide plate 95b on the right drive door 41b side. Is provided. The holding rail 146 includes, for example, a downward protrusion 146a. The protrusion 146a is on the upper surface side of the sliding guide plate 95b when the right drive door 41b swings in the opening / closing direction, for example, during the opening / closing operation. The slidable contact is made to suppress the swing.

  Further, on the upper surface side of the upper rail plate 144, as shown in FIGS. 6 (a), 7, 11, 13 and the like, lower guide rails (follower door lower guides) corresponding to the first driven doors 42a and 42b. Rails) 147, 148 and lower guide rails (follower door lower guide rails) 149, 150 corresponding to the second driven doors 43a, 43b are arranged in the left-right direction with a predetermined distance in the front-rear direction. The lower guide rails 147 to 150 receive the wheel 87 on the lower end side of each driven door 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b from the lower side and guide it in the opening and closing direction, and are constituted by guide grooves 147a to 150a having a certain depth. The wheel 87 of each driven door 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b is guided in the left-right direction along the guide grooves 147a-150a. In the present embodiment, a thick portion 151 protruding at a constant height is formed on the upper surface side of the upper rail plate 144, and guide grooves 147a to 150a are formed on the thick portion 151. .

  Further, on the upper surface side of the upper rail plate 144, the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b are respectively in the vicinity of the closed side end portions of the lower guide rails 147-150, and the driven doors 42a, 42b are respectively in the fully closed position. , 43a, 43b are provided with closing direction restricting portions 152a, 152b, 153a, 153b protruding upward so as to restrict the movement of the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b in the closing direction by abutting against predetermined portions of the closing side of 43a, 43b. It has been.

  The upper case front wall 141 is formed higher than the upper rail plate 144 so as to cover the lower side of the drive doors 41a and 41b from the front side to a predetermined height. Further, the upper case side wall 143 is also extended upward, for example, to the same height as the upper case front wall 141, and when the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b come to the fully open position, the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b. Opening direction restricting portions 154a and 154b for restricting movement of the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, and 43b in the opening direction are formed by abutting on the opening-side predetermined portion.

  The upper rail unit 82 holds the upper end sides of the drive doors 41a, 41b and the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b. As shown in FIGS. 10, 12, etc., the left drive door 41a, the driven door 42a. , 43a and a right upper rail unit 82b corresponding to the right drive door 41b and the driven doors 42b, 43b. As shown in FIG. 5A, these left and right upper rail units 82a and 82b are attached and detached from the front side so as to be inscribed in the upper end portion side of the upper case body 62 on the back case 61 side while being adjacent to each other on the left and right sides. It is installed as possible.

  The left and right upper rail units 82a and 82b are respectively a horizontally long rail plate 161, a closing contact plate 162 projecting downward along the left and right central side edge of the rail plate 161, a rail An open-side front cover 163 that projects downward along the front edge of the rail plate 161 in the vicinity of the laterally outer end of the plate 161 is integrally provided.

  On the lower surface side of the rail plate 161, it corresponds to the upper guide rails 164, 165 corresponding to the drive doors 41a, 41b, the upper guide rails 166, 167 corresponding to the first driven doors 42a, 42b, and the second driven doors 43a, 43b. The upper guide rails 168 and 169 are arranged in the left-right direction with a predetermined distance in the front-rear direction. The upper guide rails 164 to 169 receive the upper guide projections 91 from the upper side of the drive doors 41a and 41b and the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, and 43b and guide them in the opening and closing direction. 169a, and guides the upper guide protrusion 91 of each door in the left-right direction along the guide grooves 164a to 169a. In the present embodiment, a plurality of protrusions 170 disposed in parallel to each other are formed on the lower surface side of the rail plate 161, and the gaps between the protrusions 170 are guide grooves 164a to 169a.

  The closing contact plate 162 substantially comes into contact with the upper end sides of the closing side edges 83a and 83b of the drive doors 41a and 41b when the drive doors 41a and 41b reach the fully closed position.

  The door opening / closing means 31 configured as described above has the drive doors 41a and 41b and the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a and 43b mounted between the lower drive unit 81 and the upper upper rail unit 82. The upper case body 62 is mounted from the front side. At this time, the pinion gears 138a, 138b and the like are fitted into the opening 71 on the upper case body 62 side from the front side, and the gear covers 70a, 70b are arranged near the upper sides of the pinion gears 138a, 138b, respectively. .

  As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the back structure 45 is detachably mounted on the front side thereof with a transparent plate 171 that substantially covers the front side of the door opening / closing means 31, and then the display window 67 is located on the front side of the front structure 44. It is mounted on the back side of the game board 21 so as to correspond to the rear side of the display window 46. At this time, the lower cover body 63 on the back structure 45 side is arranged so as to cover the rear side of the special symbol starting means 26 provided on the game board 21 side.

  Next, the opening / closing operation of the door opening / closing means 31 will be described with reference to FIG. In the normal state, the door opening / closing means 31 is a door fully open state in which the drive doors 41a and 41b and the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a and 43b are all in the fully open position and the front side of the display screen 30a of the liquid crystal display means 30 is all open. (FIG. 16A).

  In this fully opened state, as shown in FIG. 3, the left and right three doors overlap each other in the front-rear direction, that is, on the side of the display screen 30a, that is, between the ball drop passages 48a and 48b and the light emitting panel 69. It becomes the state accommodated in between. In this door fully open state, the light from the light emitter 69b of the light emitting panel 69 is visible from the front side through the ball drop passages 48a and 48b and the door part 90 of each door.

  In this door fully open state, the drive doors 41a and 41b have their open side ends substantially in contact with the opening direction restricting portions 120a and 120b, and the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a and 43b have their open side ends in the open direction. While being substantially in contact with the restriction portions 154a and 154b, the detected portions 98a and 98b of the drive doors 41a and 41b are detected by the position detection switches 130a and 130b, respectively.

  At this time, the interlocking protrusions 92 of the second driven doors 43a and 43b and the first driven doors 42a and 42b are fitted from the rear side into the interlocking guide grooves 93 of the first driven doors 42a and 42b and the drive doors 41a and 41b, respectively. In addition, it is positioned closest to the closed end 93a.

  For example, when the change of the effect special symbol on the effect special symbol display means 29 is started, a change pattern accompanying the operation of the door opening / closing means 31 is detected as the change pattern, and accordingly, the door from the game control means (not shown) is detected. When a closing command for the opening / closing means 31 is output, a drive command in the closing direction is transmitted to each motor 113a, 113b by an effect control means (not shown) for controlling the door opening / closing means 31. Thereby, the motor 113a on the left drive door 41a side rotates the pinion gear 138a counterclockwise in a plan view, and the motor 113b on the right drive door 41b side rotates the pinion gear 138b clockwise in a plan view, for example, at a constant speed. Then, the driving operation of the preset number of steps is started.

  When the drive operation in the closing direction of the motors 113a and 113b is started, the racks 94a and 94b meshing with the pinion gears 138a and 138b move and the racks 94a and 94b are fixed. The drive doors 41a and 41b start moving in the closing direction, respectively.

  When the driving doors 41a and 41b move in the closing direction, the interlocking projections 92 on the first driven doors 42a and 42b fitted in the interlocking guide grooves 93 of the driving doors 41a and 41b are moved relative to each other in the interlocking guide groove 93. When the drive doors 41a and 41b move approximately by one door, they abut against the open end 93b of the interlocking guide groove 93 (FIG. 16B). Thereafter, the first driven doors 42a and 42b are driven by the drive doors 41a and 41b via the interlocking protrusions 92 and both move in the closing direction.

  When the drive doors 41a and 41b and the first driven doors 42a and 42b further move by approximately one door, the second driven doors 43a and 43b on the side of the second driven doors 43a and 43b fitted in the interlocking guide grooves 93 of the first driven doors 42a and 42b. The interlocking projection 92 abuts on the open end 93b of the interlocking guide groove 93 (FIG. 16C). Therefore, after that, the second driven doors 43a and 43b also move in the closing direction together with the drive doors 41a and 41b and the first driven doors 42a and 42b.

  When the drive doors 41a and 41b come to a position just before the fully closed position, as shown in FIG. 9, the inclined surfaces 99a of the riding protrusions 99 projecting from the lower surfaces of the driven parts 86a and 86b The sliding protrusion 99 comes into sliding contact with the inclined surface 131 a of the pushing protrusion 131 on the 133 side, and rides on the upper side of the pushing protrusion 131. Thereby, the drive doors 41a and 41b are pushed up on the side on which the ride-up protrusion 99 is provided, that is, the rear side (open side) in the closing direction, and the upper end sides are swung in a direction approaching each other to correct the inclination. The door opening / closing means 31 is in a door fully closed state in which the front side of the display screen 30a of the liquid crystal display means 30 is covered by the drive doors 41a, 41b and the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b. (FIG. 16D).

  On the other hand, when the door opening / closing means 31 is in the fully closed state (FIG. 16 (d)), for example, when a command to open the door opening / closing means 31 is output from the game control means, the effect control means applies the motors 113a and 113b. A drive command in the opening direction is transmitted. Thereby, each motor 113a, 113b starts the drive operation of the preset number of steps in the direction opposite to the time of closing, respectively.

  When the drive operation in the opening direction of the motors 113a and 113b is started, the drive doors 41a and 41b start moving in the opening direction via the pinion gears 138a and 138b and the racks 94a and 94b, respectively.

  When the driving doors 41a and 41b move in the opening direction, the interlocking protrusions 92 on the first driven doors 42a and 42b fitted in the interlocking guide grooves 93 of the driving doors 41a and 41b are relatively moved in the interlocking guide groove 93. When the drive doors 41a and 41b move approximately one door, they abut against the closing end 93a of the interlocking guide groove 93 (FIG. 16E). Thereafter, the first driven doors 42a and 42b are driven by the drive doors 41a and 41b via the interlocking protrusions 92 and both move in the opening direction.

  When the drive doors 41a and 41b and the first driven doors 42a and 42b further move by approximately one door, the second driven doors 43a and 43b on the side of the second driven doors 43a and 43b fitted in the interlocking guide grooves 93 of the first driven doors 42a and 42b. The interlocking protrusion 92 abuts on the closing side end portion 93a of the interlocking guide groove 93 (FIG. 16 (f)). Therefore, after that, the second driven doors 43a and 43b also move in the opening direction together with the drive doors 41a and 41b and the first driven doors 42a and 42b.

  When all the doors reach the fully open position (FIG. 16G), the detected portions 98a and 98b of the drive doors 41a and 41b are detected by the position detection switches 130a and 130b, respectively, and the motors 113a and 113b are opened. Is stopped.

  The production control means causes the door opening / closing means 31 to perform a predetermined initial operation at a predetermined timing such as when the power of the gaming machine main body 1 is turned on to confirm the operation. In this initial operation, for example, the motors 113a and 113b are operated in the closing direction and the opening direction, and it is confirmed whether or not the position detection switches 130a and 130b are normally turned ON / OFF.

  Further, when the motors 113a and 113b are driven in the opening direction, for example, the effect control means uses the position detection switches 130a and 130b even if the operation amount of the motors 113a and 113b exceeds a predetermined maximum number of steps (for example, 150 steps). If there is no detection, a predetermined retry operation is performed, and if there is still no detection by the position detection switches 130a and 130b, it is determined that the state is abnormal.

  In this retry operation, for example, the motors 113a and 113b are operated in a predetermined number of steps (for example, 20 steps) in the closing direction and a predetermined number of steps (for example, 100 steps) in the opening direction that is larger than the closing direction.

  If it is determined that the state is abnormal, the fact may be notified by display on the liquid crystal display means 30, sound, lamps, or the like, or without the notification, the special design display means 29 may cause the drive doors 41a, 41b and You may make it produce | present by displaying the moving image which the door substantially the same as the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b opens and closes.

  As described above, in the pachinko machine according to the present embodiment, the racks 94a and 94b of the drive doors 41a and 41b protrude from the closing side edges 83a and 83b of the drive doors 41a and 41b, respectively, and are vertically directed to each other. The pinion gears 138a and 138b are arranged with the rotary shaft 137 facing up and down and meshed with the racks 94a and 94b from the rear side, so that the drive doors 41a and 41b are in the fully open position. The racks 94a and 94b do not protrude outward from the rack 94a and 94b, and the large-sized liquid crystal display means 30 is difficult to secure on the left and right. The sliding door type drive doors 41a and 41b can be moved between the fully open position and the fully closed position.

  Further, in order to open and close the drive doors 41a and 41b at a high speed, it is necessary to increase the diameters of the pinion gears 138a and 138b to some extent. However, since the pinion gears 138a and 138b are arranged substantially horizontally, for example, liquid crystal display means The projecting dimension to the lower side of 30 can be reduced.

  The racks 94a and 94b are provided on the back side of the driven parts 86a and 86b arranged along the lower edges of the driving doors 41a and 41b, and the wheels 87 on the lower side of the driven parts 86a and 86b are provided. The lower guide rails 127 and 133 that receive and guide in the opening and closing direction and the pressing rails 132 and 146 disposed along the upper edge side of the driven parts 86a and 86b are provided, and the pressing rail 132 corresponding to one driving door 41a. Since the lower guide rail 133 corresponding to the other drive door 41b is arranged on the upper surface side of the door, simplification of the configuration and particularly the vertical dimension can be reduced.

  Furthermore, it has two sets of left and right driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b that open and close following the opening / closing operation of the drive doors 41a, 41b, and a lower guide that guides these driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b in the opening / closing direction. Since the rails 147 to 150 are provided separately from the lower guide rails 127 and 133 and the holding rails 132 and 146 corresponding to the drive doors 41a and 41b, only the drive doors 41a and 41b are asymmetrical and the driven doors 42a, 42b, and 43a. , 43b can be configured symmetrically.

  Since the lower guide rails 147 to 150 corresponding to the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, and 43b are provided on the upper surface side of the holding rail 146 corresponding to the drive door 41b, the configuration is simplified and the front-rear direction and the front-rear dimension are reduced. it can.

  A drive in a fully open position between the light emitting panels 69 arranged on the left and right sides of the liquid crystal display means 30 and a ball dropping passage arranged on the front side of the light emitting panel 69 and transmitting light on the light emitting panel 69 side to the front side. The doors 41a and 41b and the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a and 43b are configured to be accommodated, and at least a part of the drive doors 41a and 41b and the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a and 43b are formed so as to transmit light. Therefore, it can utilize for the light emission effect, without making the accommodating part of a door into a dead space.

  Further, in the pachinko machine according to the present embodiment, since the drive door 41a, 41b is provided with an inclination correcting means for correcting the inclination of the drive door 41a, 41b when the drive door 41a, 41b comes to the fully closed position or the vicinity thereof, the drive door 41a, Although the racks 94a and 94b are provided on the lower end side of 41b and the driving force is transmitted to the drive doors 41a and 41b in an unbalanced state in the vertical direction, the left and right drive doors 41a and 41b are opened in the fully closed state. It becomes possible to make it contact | adhere without a gap.

  The inclination correcting means is configured to relatively move the upper end portion of the drive doors 41a and 41b where the racks 94a and 94b are not provided in the closing direction when the drive doors 41a and 41b come to the fully closed position or the vicinity thereof. Therefore, the inclination of the drive doors 41a and 41b due to the operation delay or the like on the upper end side can be eliminated and the left and right drive doors 41a and 41b can be brought into close contact with each other without any gap.

  The racks 94a and 94b are arranged along the lower edge portions of the drive doors 41a and 41b, and receive the lower guide rails 127 and 133 that receive the lower edge portions of the drive doors 41a and 41b from the lower side and guide them in the opening and closing direction. The inclination correcting means is configured to push up the rear side in the closing direction of the drive doors 41a and 41b when the drive doors 41a and 41b come to the fully closed position or in the vicinity thereof. Thus, the inclination of the drive doors 41a and 41b due to the operation delay on the upper end side can be eliminated, and the left and right drive doors 41a and 41b can be brought into close contact with each other without any gap.

  The lower guide rails 127 and 133 are provided with guide grooves 127a and 133a on which the wheels 87 on the lower side of the drive doors 41a and 41b roll, and the inclination correcting means is a push-up protrusion 131 provided in the vicinity of the guide grooves 127a and 133a. And a lifting protrusion 99 provided on the lower surface side of the drive doors 41a and 41b corresponding to the push-up protrusion 131, so that the normal opening / closing operations other than when the drive doors 41a and 41b are in the fully closed position are performed. There is an advantage that the operation is not adversely affected.

  As mentioned above, although each embodiment of this invention was explained in full detail, this invention is not limited to these each embodiment, A various change is possible in the range which does not deviate from the meaning of this invention. For example, the number of sets of the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b may be appropriately changed according to the size of the display means 30, the size of the storage space on the left and right sides, and the like. For example, three or more sets may be provided, or one set of driven doors may be provided, and only the drive doors 41a and 41b may be configured.

  The racks 94a and 94b may be disposed along the upper edge side of the drive doors 41a and 41b. In this case, the drive door lower guide rails 127 and 133 are arranged along the upper edge side of the drive doors 41a and 41b, and the lower portions of the driven parts 86a and 86b arranged along the upper edge side of the drive doors 41a and 41b. What is necessary is just to comprise so that a side may be received and it may guide in an opening / closing direction.

  The driving doors 41a, 41b and the driven doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b may be slid on the lower guide rails 127, 133, 147 to 150 without providing the wheels 87.

  In the embodiment, since each drive door 41a, 41b is configured to be driven independently by individual motors 113a, 113b, the opening and closing operation of the drive doors 41a, 41b, such as opening and closing only the left and right doors, etc. It is also possible to make the left and right different. When the left and right doors are always opened and closed symmetrically, the two pinion gears 138a and 138b may be rotated by one motor.

  When the inclination correcting means is constituted by magnetic attracting means provided so as to correspond to each other on or near the closing side edges 83a and 83b of the drive doors 41a and 41b, and the drive doors 41a and 41b are in the fully closed position. These closed side edges may be adsorbed to each other. In this case, the magnetic attraction means may be arranged such that magnets are attracted to both of the drive doors 41a and 41b, or a magnet is attracted to one side of the drive doors 41a and 41b and the magnet is attracted to the other side. A metal member may be arranged.

  Further, the inclination correcting means of the embodiment pushes the rear side in the closing direction of the drive doors 41a and 41b upward when the drive doors 41a and 41b come to the fully closed position or the vicinity thereof. When 41b comes to the fully closed position or the vicinity thereof, the front side in the closing direction of the drive doors 41a and 41b may be pushed downward. In this case, for example, the lower guide rails 127 and 133 may be provided with recesses having a predetermined depth corresponding to the wheels 87 on the front side in the closing direction of the drive doors 41a and 41b. Note that the inclination correcting means may be omitted.

  In addition, the present invention can be similarly implemented in various game machines including slot machines and the like, in addition to ball game machines such as arrange ball machines and sparrow ball game machines other than pachinko machines.

1 is an overall front view of a pachinko machine showing an embodiment of the present invention. It is a front view of the center case which shows one Embodiment of this invention. 1 is a cross-sectional plan view of a center case and its vicinity showing an embodiment of the present invention. It is a side cross-sectional view of the center case and its vicinity showing an embodiment of the present invention. It is the front view and back view of the back structure of a center case which show one Embodiment of this invention. It is AA sectional view and BB sectional drawing of the back structure of a center case which shows one Embodiment of this invention. It is principal part side surface sectional drawing of the back structure of a center case which shows one Embodiment of this invention. It is principal part side surface sectional drawing of the back structure of a center case which shows one Embodiment of this invention. It is front sectional drawing of the back structure of a center case which shows one Embodiment of this invention. It is a disassembled perspective view of the back structure of a center case which shows one Embodiment of this invention. It is a partial exploded perspective view of the back structure of a center case showing one embodiment of the present invention. It is a partial exploded perspective view of the back structure of a center case showing one embodiment of the present invention. It is a partial exploded perspective view of the back structure of a center case showing one embodiment of the present invention. It is a partial exploded perspective view of the back structure of a center case showing one embodiment of the present invention. It is a disassembled perspective view of the drive door of the back structure of a center case which shows one Embodiment of this invention. It is explanatory drawing of the door opening / closing operation | movement of the door opening / closing means which shows one Embodiment of this invention.

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30 Liquid crystal display means (display means)
31 Door opening / closing means 40 Drive mechanisms 41a, 41b Drive doors 42a, 42b, 43a, 43b Drive doors 48a, 48b Ball drop passage (front cover means)
69 Light-emitting panel (light-emitting means)
83a, 83b Close side edges 86a, 86b Driven portions 94a, 94b Racks 113a, 113b Motors 127, 133 Lower guide rails (drive door lower guide rails)
132,146 holding rail (drive door holding rail)
137 Drive shaft (rotary shaft)
138a, 138b Pinion gears 147 to 150 Guide door lower guide rail

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  1.   A pair of left and right drive doors (41a) and (41b) disposed on the front side of the display means (30) so as to be movable in the left and right direction, and the drive doors (41a) and (41b) are opposed to each other on the closed side edge (83a). (83b) has a drive mechanism (40) that opens and closes between a fully closed position where the two substantially contact each other on the front side of the display means (30) and a fully open position where the display means (30) is retracted on both the left and right sides. A door opening / closing means (31) is provided, and the drive mechanism (40) includes pinion gears that mesh with left and right racks (94a) and (94b) respectively provided on the left and right drive doors (41a) and (41b). 138a) (138b) and a motor (113a) (113b) that rotationally drives the pinion gears (138a) (138b), the racks (94a) (94b) are respectively connected to the drive door (4). a) (41b) projecting to the other side of the closing side edges (83a) and (83b) and being shifted from each other in the vertical direction, the pinion gears (138a) and (138b) move the rotating shaft (137) up and down. A gaming machine, characterized in that the game machine is arranged in a direction and is meshed with the racks (94a) and (94b) from the rear side.
  2.   The rack (94a) (94b) is provided on the back side of the driven parts (86a) (86b) arranged along the upper edge side or the lower edge side of the drive door (41a) (41b), Drive door lower guide rails (127) (133) that receive the lower side of the driven parts (86a) (86b) and guide them in the opening and closing direction, and are arranged along the upper edge side of the driven parts (86a) (86b). Drive door holding rails (132) and (146) provided on the upper surface side of the driving door holding rail (132) corresponding to one of the driving doors (41a) and corresponding to the other driving door (41b). The gaming machine according to claim 1, characterized in that the drive door lower guide rail (133) is arranged.
  3.   The left and right driven doors (42a) (42b) (43a) (43b) are opened and closed according to the opening / closing operation of the drive doors (41a) (41b). The driven doors (42a) (42b) (43a) (43b) driven door lower guide rails (147)-(150) corresponding to the drive doors (41a) (41b) are driven door lower guide rails (127) (133) and The gaming machine according to claim 2, wherein the game machine is provided separately from the drive door holding rail (132) (146).
  4.   On the upper surface side of the drive door holding rail (146) corresponding to the other drive door (41b), the driven door lower guide rail (147) corresponding to the driven door (42a) (42b) (43a) (43b). The gaming machine according to claim 3, wherein (150) is provided.
  5. Light emitting means (69) disposed on the left and right sides of the display means (30), and front cover means (disposed on the front side of the light emitting means (69) and capable of transmitting light on the light emitting means (69) side forward) The drive doors (41a) (41b) and the driven doors (42a) (42b) (43a) (43b) in the fully open position are accommodated between the doors 48a and 48b, and the drive The door (41a) (41b) and at least a part of the driven door (42a) (42b) (43a) (43b) are formed so as to allow light to pass therethrough. Gaming machine.
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