JP2007143949A - Operation device for adjusting ball striking force in game machine - Google Patents

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JP2007143949A
JP2007143949A JP2005344017A JP2005344017A JP2007143949A JP 2007143949 A JP2007143949 A JP 2007143949A JP 2005344017 A JP2005344017 A JP 2005344017A JP 2005344017 A JP2005344017 A JP 2005344017A JP 2007143949 A JP2007143949 A JP 2007143949A
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an operation device of favorable operation performance, capable of increasing ball striking force by simple operation while keeping a ball striking force adjusting wheel restrained at an initially set position even when there is a need for increasing ball striking force during a game. <P>SOLUTION: The device includes an operation device body 11 fixed to a part of a game machine, the ball striking force adjusting wheel 20 rotatably provided to the operation device body, a center gear 31 provided on a coaxial line with the ball striking force adjusting wheel, and an operation element 33 rotatably attached to a circumferential edge part of the ball striking force adjusting wheel. The operation element 33 comprises a transmission gear part 33A for transmitting rotation operation force to the adjusting wheel 20 to the center gear 31, and a pressure part 33C projected outward of an outer circumferential end surface of the adjusting wheel 20. As the adjusting wheel 20 is restrained at an arbitrary rotation position, a pressure part 33B of the operation element is pressedly-operated, thereby torque is transmitted from the transmission gear part 33A to the center gear 31 in a ball striking force increasing direction. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2007,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine equipped with a launching device for launching a game ball toward a target, and in particular to the gaming machine of that type, the impact force (ball striking force) of the game ball by the launching device is external to the gaming machine. The present invention relates to an operating device that can be adjusted.

  Conventionally, pachinko gaming machines are well-known as gaming machines using game balls, which are directed toward a board surface on which a prize opening and an accessory that operates by introduction of a gaming ball (pachinko ball) into the prize opening are arranged. In addition to having a launching device for launching a game ball, an operation device called a handle is installed at a lower position of the board surface close to the launching device.

  Such an operating device is for adjusting the increase or decrease of the hitting force by the launching device, and is generally incorporated in a gaming machine as a module part integrated with a saucer for storing a gaming ball for launching on the board surface. It has a knob-like operating device main body that is fixedly installed, and a disk-shaped hitting force adjusting wheel that is rotatably provided on the operating device main body, and the hitting force by the launching device increases or decreases according to the amount of rotation operation. It has come to be adjusted.

  Here, during the game, the batting force adjustment wheel is rotated so that the game ball is driven into the target position, and this is held at an arbitrary rotation position. It is difficult to keep holding the ball, and the hitting force adjusting wheel is spring-biased in the direction in which the hitting force decreases so that when the player releases his hand, the game ball returns to the initial position where it is no longer hit. If you keep playing for a long time, your hands get tired. And if you take your hand off the hitting force adjustment wheel to take a break, it will return to the initial position due to the spring action, so you must reset the hitting force adjustment wheel position when you restart the game. In the meantime, there is a problem that many game balls are wasted.

  For this reason, when starting a game, many players adjust the position of the hitting force adjusting wheel, and then insert a padding such as coins between the operation device body and restrain the hitting force adjusting wheel. It is held in a fixed position.

  Here, as such an operation device (operation handle), a ratchet mechanism is provided in the inside thereof so that the hitting force adjusting wheel (rotary gripping body) can be held at an arbitrary rotation position ( For example, Patent Document 1).

  Further, the hitting ball operating rod is inserted into the hollow mounting shaft fixed to the fixed portion (the operation device main body), and a hitting ball handle (ball hitting force adjusting wheel) is connected to one end of the hitting ball operating rod. There is known a hitting device for a pachinko machine in which a position storage handle is rotatably provided so that when the position storage handle is turned in the hitting direction, the hitting handle is also turned simultaneously in the same direction (for example, Patent Document 2). .

JP 2000-24184 A (paragraphs 0024 to 0049)

Japanese Patent No. 2603175 (claims, paragraphs 0010 to 0019)

  However, both of the operation handle disclosed in Patent Document 1 and the restriction of the hitting force adjusting wheel by the filling that is generally performed require a temporary change of the target position at which the game ball should be shot. When this occurs, there is a drawback that the initial set position cannot be determined by the turning operation of the hitting force adjusting wheel.

  For example, depending on the type of gaming machine, it is necessary to maximize the hitting force when a specific gaming state (such as a big hit) occurs. At this time, in the conventional example, the restriction of the hitting force adjusting wheel is released. Since the hitting force adjusting wheel is rotated to the maximum in the increasing direction of hitting force, the work for setting and holding the hitting force adjusting wheel at a predetermined rotating position is repeated after a specific gaming state is finished. In this case, there is a problem that a lot of useless balls are generated.

  In this regard, in Patent Document 2, it is possible to rotate the hitting handle in the direction in which the hitting force increases while positioning the hitting handle with the position storage handle, but the form is similar. If the handle for position memory and the handle for hitting the ball are provided adjacent to each other on the same axis, there is a high possibility that both will be confused and used in the game, and if it is necessary to increase the hitting force, There is a disadvantage that the operability is poor because the hand holding the hitting handle must be twisted to rotate the hitting handle while the handle is constrained.

  The present invention has been made in view of the circumstances as described above, and its purpose is simple even when it is necessary to increase the hitting force during the game while the hitting force adjusting wheel is restrained at the initial set position. An object of the present invention is to provide an operation device for adjusting the hitting force in a gaming machine with good operability, which can increase the hitting force by operation.

In order to achieve the above object, the present invention provides a batting force adjustment operating device in a gaming machine that is installed in a gaming machine equipped with a launching device for launching a game ball and that can adjust the hitting force by the launching device.
An operating device main body fixed to a part of the gaming machine, a hitting force adjusting wheel provided to be rotatable with respect to the operating device main body, a central gear provided on the coaxial line with the hitting force adjusting wheel, An operation element attached to the periphery of the hitting force adjusting wheel so as to be rotatable,
The operation element has a transmission gear portion for transmitting a rotation operation force with respect to the hitting force adjusting wheel to the central gear, and a pressing portion protruding outward from an outer peripheral end face of the hitting force adjusting wheel, When the pressing portion of the operating element is pressed with the hitting force adjusting wheel constrained to an arbitrary rotation position, a rotational force in a direction in which the hitting force increases from the transmission gear portion to the central gear is obtained. It is transmitted.

  In addition, the operation element is characterized in that the pressing portion is spring-biased in a direction protruding outward from the outer peripheral end face of the hitting force adjusting wheel.

  Further, an idle gear is provided between the center gear and the transmission gear portion of the operation element.

  According to the hitting force adjusting operation device according to the present invention, the center gear is provided on the coaxial line with the hitting force adjusting wheel, and the rotation operating force with respect to the hitting force adjusting wheel is centered on the peripheral portion of the hitting force adjusting wheel. An operation element having a transmission gear portion for transmitting to the gear and a pressing portion projecting outward from the outer peripheral end face of the hitting force adjusting wheel is rotatably attached, and the hitting force adjusting wheel can be freely rotated. When the pressing part of the operating element is pressed with the position restricted, the rotational force in the direction in which the hitting force increases from the transmission gear part to the center gear is transmitted. Even when it is necessary to increase the hitting force, the hitting force adjusting wheel is not operated to rotate, and the pressing portion of the operating element is pressed while being restricted to a fixed position (initially set rotating position). Just hitting the ball with a simple operation It can be large is.

  Moreover, since the operation element is attached to the peripheral edge of the hitting force adjusting wheel, there is no possibility of being confused with the hitting force adjusting wheel, and the player can easily understand the difference in function between the two. As a result, it can be expected to spread rapidly with the support of convenience from many players.

  In addition, since the operating portion is spring-biased in a direction in which the pressing portion protrudes outward from the outer peripheral end surface of the hitting force adjusting wheel, the hitting force can be returned to the initial setting state simply by removing the fingertip from the pressing portion. it can.

  Furthermore, since an idle gear is provided between the center gear and the transmission gear portion of the operating element, the rotational force can be reliably transmitted while reducing the size of the central gear and the operating element. The center gear can be greatly rotated with a small amount of pressing operation with respect to the pressing portion of the operating element.

  Hereinafter, the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. First, the configuration of the gaming machine will be outlined with reference to FIG. 1. 1 is a main body frame constituting a pachinko gaming machine, 2 is a board surface provided on the upper part of the main body frame, and its front is closed by a glass door, In each location, a plurality of winning holes, and an accessory that operates by introducing game balls (pachinko balls) into the winning holes are arranged.

  A launching device 3 for launching game balls onto the board surface 2 is built in the main body frame 1, and an upper plate 4 and a lower plate 5 for storing game balls are provided below the board surface 2. Then, the game balls stored in the upper plate 4 are launched from the launching device 3 above the board surface 2 through an arc-shaped channel 6 formed at the left end of the board surface 2.

  In particular, an operation device 10 called a handle is provided adjacent to the lower plate 5 below the board surface 2, and the hitting force (the hitting force of the game ball by the launching device) is increased or decreased by the operation. Yes.

  FIG. 2 is a cross-sectional view showing a configuration example of the operating device. In FIG. 2, reference numeral 11 denotes an operating device main body fixed to the gaming machine. The operating device main body 11 includes a base 12 and a head 13.

  The base 12 has a cylindrical body portion 14 and a flange portion 15 formed at the front end of the body portion. A hollow shaft portion 16 reaching the inside of the body portion 14 is formed at the center of the flange portion 15. A plurality of hollow connecting shafts 17 are integrally formed on the flange portion 15 with the hollow shaft portion 16 as a center, and the base 12 and the head 13 are connected by screws (not shown) that are passed through the connecting shafts 17. The configuration is as follows.

  The head 13 is a dome-shaped structure, and a hollow center boss 18 is formed at a position corresponding to the hollow shaft portion 16 on the base 12 side at the center of the inner side of the head 13 and connected around the center boss 18. A hollow boss 19 is formed at a position corresponding to the shaft 17, and a screw hole into which a connecting screw is screwed is formed in each boss 19.

  The connecting shaft 17 and the boss 19 secure a gap between the base 12 and the head 13 and a ball hitting force adjusting wheel 20 (to be described later) between them or rotate the hitting force adjusting wheel 20. It is useful for moving guides.

  FIG. 3 is an exploded perspective view of the operating device, and FIG. 4 shows a state in which the base 12 and the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 are viewed from the opposite side of FIG. As is apparent from these drawings, the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 is a circular part having a flat surface portion 21 and a rim portion 22 formed on the periphery thereof, and is connected to the flat surface portion 21 around its central axis. An arcuate guide hole 23 through which the shaft 17 is passed is formed, and a finger-hanging piece 24 is provided on the outer peripheral end surface of the rim portion 22 for hooking a finger during a turning operation.

  The hitting force adjusting wheel 20 is provided between the base 12 and the head 13 so as to be rotatable about the axis of the hollow shaft portion 16 and the center boss 18, and the above-described launching device according to the rotational operation amount. The hitting force by is increased or decreased. That is, when the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 is rotated in one direction from the initial position, the hitting force gradually increases accordingly, and when it is rotated in the opposite direction, the hitting force gradually decreases accordingly. When the position is reached, the hitting force is zero, that is, the launching device is in an inoperative state so that the game ball is not launched at all.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the finger-hanging piece 24 protrudes toward the head 13 to form a gap G in which a coin or the like can be sandwiched between the surface of the head, and the hitting force is adjusted by sandwiching a coin in the gap G. The wheel 20 can be restrained at an arbitrary rotational position. However, the present invention does not require this, and the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 is restrained by a holding force by hand, or the wheel 20 can be restrained at any time. A mechanism that can be mechanically restrained at the moving position may be provided.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 3, a center gear 31, an idle gear 32, and an operator 33 are attached to the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 so as to be rotatable. Among these, the center gear 31 is provided at the center of the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 so as to be rotatable on the same axis as the hitting force adjusting wheel, and is in mesh with the idle gear 32. The operation element 33 is attached to the peripheral edge of the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 so as to be rotatable. In particular, the operating element 33 is a toothless gear forming a fan-shaped transmission gear portion 33A that circumscribes the idle gear 32 around its rotation axis, and an arcuate arm 33B is integrally connected to the transmission gear portion 33A. A part of the arm 33B protrudes outwardly from the outer peripheral end surface (notch portion formed in the rim portion 22) of the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 as the pressing portion 33C.

  The hitting force adjusting wheel 20 is urged in the direction of decreasing the hitting force (counterclockwise in FIG. 4) by the torsion spring 34 shown in FIG. It is urged in a direction protruding outward from the outer peripheral end face of the hitting force adjusting wheel 20.

  When the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 is rotated in the increasing direction of the hitting force against the elasticity of the torsion spring 35, the idle gear 32 is moved from the operator 33 whose turning operation force turns around the center gear 31. Thus, the center gear 31 is also rotated in the direction in which the hitting force is increased (the same direction as the hitting force adjusting wheel 20). Further, when the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 is constrained to an arbitrary rotation position and the pressing portion 33C of the operation element 33 is pressed against the elasticity of the torsion spring 35, the transmission gear portion 33A is rotated (rotated). ), The rotational force is transmitted from the idle gear 32 to the central gear 31 so that the central gear 31 rotates in the increasing direction of the hitting force.

  On the other hand, as is apparent from FIG. 3, the volume 12 (rotation amount sensor comprising a rotary encoder, a rotary variable resistor, etc.) that is conductively connected to the launching device 3 shown in FIG. The gear 37 that meshes with the center gear 31 is attached to the signal input shaft. Accordingly, a signal having a magnitude proportional to the rotation amount of the center gear 31 is input from the volume 36 to the launching device, whereby the hitting force is increased or decreased. For example, an electromagnetic solenoid type is used as the launching device, and the hitting force by this is increased or decreased by the output of the volume (output pulse or output voltage).

  Next, FIG. 5 shows an exploded view of the entire operating device. As is clear from this figure, the flat portion 21 of the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 has shafts that form the respective rotation centers of the center gear 31, the idle gear 32, and the transmission gear portion 33A, in addition to the arc-shaped guide hole 23 described above. Bearing holes 25, 26, and 27 for inserting the portions are formed. A gear plate 38 is provided between the base 12 and the hitting force adjusting wheel 20, and the center gear 31, the idle gear 32, and the transmission gear portion 33 </ b> A are provided between the gear plate 38 and the hitting force adjusting wheel 20. It is designed to be pivotably held. The gear plate 38 is provided with bearing holes 38A, 38B, and 38C for inserting the shaft portions of the center gear 31, the idle gear 32, and the transmission gear portion 33A.

  2 and 5, the torsion springs 34 and 35 are arranged between the head 13 and the hitting force adjusting wheel 20, and the torsion spring 34 has a center boss of the head 13. 18, one end of which is locked to the hitting force adjusting wheel 20, and the other end is locked to the connecting shaft 17. On the other hand, the central portion of the torsion spring 35 is supported by the shaft portion of the transmission gear portion 33A (the center of rotation of the operating element 33), and one end of the torsion spring 35 is locked to the portion of the hitting force adjusting wheel 20, and the other end is fixed. The operation element 33 is locked to the part. As shown in FIG. 6, an arc hole 39 whose center of curvature is the center of rotation of the operation element 33 is formed in the flat surface portion 21 of the hitting force adjusting wheel 20, and one end of the torsion spring 35 is formed through the arc hole 39. The part is locked to the arm 33B of the operating element.

  Here, the operation of the operating device 10 configured as described above will be described. 7 and 8 are explanatory views sequentially showing operations for increasing the hitting force. 7 (1) and 8 (1) are in a state where the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 is in the initial position and the game ball is not fired (the hitting force is zero).

  In this state, the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 is rotated in the increasing direction of the hitting force (counterclockwise in FIGS. 7 and 8), and the portion thereof is changed from the point A shown in FIG. When rotating to point B shown in 2), the operation element 33 and the idle gear 32 attached to the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 are rotated with respect to the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 while turning in the same direction as the hitting force adjusting wheel 20. The operation force is transmitted to the central gear 31. For this reason, the center gear 31 rotates in the same direction as the hitting force adjusting wheel 20, and rotates the gear 37 engaged therewith in the reverse direction. As a result, a signal having a magnitude corresponding to the rotational operation amount of the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 is input from the volume 36 to the launching device, and the game ball is launched with a strength proportional to the magnitude of the signal. Become.

  Accordingly, the turning position of the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 is finely adjusted while looking at the hitting course so that the game ball is hit at a target location (generally, at an upper central portion of the board surface or on the left side). Then, the ball striking force adjusting wheel 20 is restrained and fixed at a fixed position by inserting a coin into the gap G shown in FIG. In this state, the game balls can be sequentially launched to the target location with a constant hitting force.

  On the other hand, when a specific gaming state occurs in the gaming machine and it is necessary to temporarily strike the gaming ball toward the right side of the board surface, the figure is held at a fixed position of the hitting force adjusting wheel 20. As shown in 7 (3) and FIG. 8 (3), the pressing portion 33C of the operating element is pressed. Then, the transmission gear portion 33A rotates in the increasing direction of the hitting force (counterclockwise in FIGS. 7 and 8), and the rotational force is transmitted to the central gear 31 via the idle gear 32. For this reason, the gear 37 is rotated in the reverse direction while the central gear 31 is rotated in the same direction as the transmission gear portion 33A. As a result, the signal input from the volume 36 to the launching device is increased, and the hitting force by the launching device is further increased.

  When the specific gaming state is finished, if the hand is released from the operating element 33, it returns to the initial position by the elasticity of the torsion spring 35. At this time, the idle gear 32, the central gear 31 and the gear 37 are also pressed. Since the ball 33 is rotated in the opposite direction to the pressing operation of the portion 33 </ b> C, the hitting force is returned to the initial setting state where the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 is restrained. Therefore, the game can be continued without performing readjustment of the hitting force.

  Next, a modified example of the present invention will be described. 9 and 10 show a configuration in which the shaft portion of the center gear 31 is extended as an operation shaft 31A, and this is rotatably penetrated through the hollow shaft portion 16 of the base 12, at the tip of the operation shaft 31A. The gear 40 is fixed.

  According to this example, the volume 36 is fixed in the gaming machine, and the gear 37 fixed to the signal input shaft is meshed with the gear 40. 9 and 10, the other parts have the same configuration as the above example, and therefore, the same reference numerals are given to the parts that are not changed and the detailed description is omitted.

  Here, the gear 40 shown in FIGS. 9 and 10 may be changed to a cam wheel 41 as shown in FIG. 11, and the cam wheel 41 may be mechanically connected to the firing device 3. According to the modification shown in FIG. 11, one end of the wire 42 is locked to the cam wheel 41, and the other end of the wire 42 is connected to a spring 43 (tensile coil spring). 3 of the ball hitting arms 44. Then, when the cam wheel 41 is rotated in the winding direction of the wire 42, the tensile force of the spring 43 against the hitting arm 44 is increased, and the hitting force by the tip flange portion 44 </ b> A of the hitting arm 44 is increased. When it is rotated in the feeding direction, the pulling force of the spring 43 is lowered and the hitting force is reduced.

  In this example, the launching device 3 rotates the hitting ball arm 44 that performs the swing operation and the tip flange 44A of the hitting arm against the elasticity of the spring 43 to a predetermined position opposite to the hitting direction. A cam 45 and a stepping motor 46 (which may be a servo motor) for rotating the cam 45 in one direction are configured, and the stepping motor 46 is constant when a predetermined rotational angular displacement occurs on the operation shaft 31A. It is supposed to start at the speed of. Further, since the spring 43 urges the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 in the decreasing direction of the hitting force, the torsion spring 34 is not necessarily required in this example.

  Although the present invention has been described above, the present invention is not limited to the above-described configuration. For example, the idle gear 32 is omitted and the center gear 31 and the transmission gear portion 33A of the operator are directly meshed. Also good. However, in this case, the rotation direction when the pressing portion 33C of the operating element is pressed is set to be opposite to the above example, so that the hitting force adjusting wheel 20 is rotated and the operating element is The rotation direction of the center gear 31 when the pressing portion 33C is pressed can be matched.

Front schematic diagram showing a pachinko machine Sectional drawing which shows the operating device which concerns on this invention Perspective exploded view of the operating device The perspective view which looked at the base and the hitting force adjusting wheel from the opposite side of FIG. Exploded view of operating device according to the present invention Configuration view of the hitting force adjustment wheel from the back side Operation explanatory diagram of the operating device according to the present invention The perspective view which shows the operation example of the operating device which concerns on this invention Sectional drawing of the operating device which shows the modification (2nd Example) of this invention Exploded view of operating device showing a modification (second embodiment) of the present invention Connection structure diagram of operation device and launcher according to modification (third embodiment) of the present invention

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Main body frame of gaming machine 3 Launching device 10 Operating device 11 Operating device main body 12 Base 13 Head 20 Hitting force adjusting wheel 31 Center gear 32 Idle gear 33 Operating element 33A Transmission gear portion 33C Pressing portion 36 Volume 37 Gear

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  1. In an operating device for adjusting the hitting force in a gaming machine, which is installed in a gaming machine equipped with a launching device for launching a game ball and is capable of adjusting the hitting force by the launching device,
    An operating device main body fixed to a part of the gaming machine, a hitting force adjusting wheel provided to be rotatable with respect to the operating device main body, a central gear provided on the coaxial line with the hitting force adjusting wheel, An operation element attached to the periphery of the hitting force adjusting wheel so as to be rotatable,
    The operation element has a transmission gear portion for transmitting a rotation operation force with respect to the hitting force adjusting wheel to the central gear, and a pressing portion protruding outward from an outer peripheral end face of the hitting force adjusting wheel, When the pressing portion of the operating element is pressed with the hitting force adjusting wheel constrained to an arbitrary rotation position, a rotational force in a direction in which the hitting force increases from the transmission gear portion to the central gear is obtained. An operating device for adjusting a hitting force in a gaming machine, wherein the operating device is transmitted.
  2.   2. The operating device for adjusting the hitting force in a gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein the operating element is spring-biased in a direction in which the pressing portion protrudes outward from the outer peripheral end face of the hitting force adjusting wheel.
  3. 3. An operating device for adjusting the striking force in a gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein an idle gear is provided between the center gear and the transmission gear portion of the operating element.
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