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JP2011206200A
JP2011206200A JP2010075890A JP2010075890A JP2011206200A JP 2011206200 A JP2011206200 A JP 2011206200A JP 2010075890 A JP2010075890 A JP 2010075890A JP 2010075890 A JP2010075890 A JP 2010075890A JP 2011206200 A JP2011206200 A JP 2011206200A
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Kuniaki Izumi
Shigeru Kanouchi
茂 叶内
邦秋 泉
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Kyoraku Sangyo Kk
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[PROBLEMS] To reliably transmit a driving force of a driving source without installing a driving source and a pantograph mechanism, and to reduce the number of installations for a production accessory device on a game board, without being limited to the installation position. An object of the present invention is to provide an effect accessory device that can be efficiently installed in a space.
An effect accessory device 10 according to the present invention is provided on a game board 100 of a gaming machine, and is arranged to be engaged with a drive source 20 and the drive source 20 to drive the drive source 20. Due to this, the first reciprocating mechanism 30 that reciprocates in one direction, and the first reciprocating mechanism 30 are connected to the first reciprocating mechanism 30, and the first reciprocating mechanism 30 operates in conjunction with the first reciprocating mechanism 30. A pantograph mechanism 40 that expands and contracts in a direction orthogonal to one direction of one reciprocating mechanism 30, and is arranged to engage with the pantograph mechanism 40, and on the board surface of the game board in conjunction with the operation of the pantograph mechanism 40 And a decorative member 12 that moves.
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  The present invention relates to an effect accessory device provided on a game board of a gaming machine.
  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, an effect accessory device provided with a decorative member called effect accessory is arranged on the game board surface of a gaming machine. As this effect accessory device, for example, a device that improves the gameability by moving a decorative member on the game board surface is known.
  As an example of moving the decorative member on the game board surface, for example, in Patent Document 1, a moving effect body is provided at the tip of a panda graph mechanism that can be expanded and contracted due to driving of a drive motor, and moved by an expansion and contraction operation of the pantograph mechanism. A technique related to a game effector and a gaming machine capable of moving the effector is disclosed.
  In Patent Document 2, it is possible to provide a movable effect member at the tip of a pantograph-type link mechanism that can be expanded and contracted due to the raising and lowering of the solenoid plunger head, and the movable effect member can be moved by the expansion and contraction operation of the link mechanism. A technique related to a gaming machine having a movable means is disclosed.
JP 2008-229055 A JP 2008-264070 A
  Incidentally, as described above, in Patent Document 1, the expansion and contraction operation of the pantograph mechanism is expanded and contracted only by the driving force of the drive motor. For this reason, in Patent Document 1, since the driving force of the drive motor is directly transmitted to the pantograph mechanism, for example, when the moving distance of the decorative member is increased or the moving speed of the decorative member is increased, There is a technical problem that the pantograph mechanism behaves and the load on the drive motor increases.
  In Patent Document 2, as described above, the expansion and contraction operation of the link mechanism is expanded and contracted by raising and lowering the solenoid plunger head. That is, the above-mentioned Patent Document 2 is simply intended to project the decorative member, and does not consider adjusting the moving distance and moving speed of the decorative member. For this reason, in the said patent document 2, there exists a technical subject that it is difficult to adjust the moving distance and moving speed of a decoration member.
  In both Patent Documents 1 and 2, the pantograph mechanism (link mechanism in Patent Document 2) is directly provided with a drive motor (solenoid in Patent Document 2) as a drive source. For this reason, in Patent Documents 1 and 2 described above, there is a technical problem that when installing the effect accessory device on the game board, the drive motor and the pantograph mechanism need to be placed close to each other, and the installation position is limited. .
  In view of the above-described conventional situation, the object of the present invention is to reliably transmit the driving force of the driving source without installing the driving source and the pantograph mechanism close to each other and to install the effect accessory device on the game board. At this time, it is an object to provide an effect accessory device that can be efficiently installed in a small space without being limited to the installation position.
  Another object of the present invention is to provide an effect accessory device that can reduce the load on the drive motor by suppressing the behavior of the pantograph mechanism. Another object of the present invention is to provide an effect accessory device capable of adjusting the moving speed and moving distance of a decorative member.
  In order to solve the above-mentioned problem, the effect accessory device according to the present invention is an effect accessory device provided in a game board of a gaming machine, and is arranged to be engaged with a drive source and the drive source. A reciprocating mechanism that reciprocates in one direction due to the driving of the drive source, and a reciprocating mechanism connected to the reciprocating mechanism. A pantograph mechanism that expands and contracts in a direction orthogonal to the direction, and a decorative member that is disposed in engagement with the pantograph mechanism and moves on the surface of the game board in conjunction with the operation of the pantograph mechanism. It is configured.
  According to the present invention, since the driving force of the driving motor is transmitted to the pantograph mechanism via the reciprocating mechanism, the driving force of the driving motor can be transmitted without providing the driving motor and the pantograph mechanism close to each other. At the same time, when the effect accessory device is installed on the game board, it can be efficiently arranged in a small space without being limited to the installation position.
  In addition, according to the present invention, it is possible to provide an effect accessory device capable of reducing the burden on the drive motor. In addition, according to the present invention, it is possible to provide an effect accessory device capable of adjusting the moving speed and moving distance of the decorative member.
It is a front view which shows typically the structure of the 1st state of the game board provided with the effect accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention. It is a front view which shows typically the structure of the 2nd state of the game board provided with the effect accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention. It is a perspective view which shows typically the structure of the surface side of the effect accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention. It is a perspective view which shows typically the structure by the side of the back surface of the effect accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows typically the structure of the state which decomposed | disassembled the effect accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention. It is a front view which shows typically the 1st state of the internal structure of the effect accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention from the surface side. It is a front view which shows typically the state between the 1st state and 2nd state of the internal structure of the effect | presentation accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention from the surface side. It is a front view which shows typically the 2nd state of the internal structure of the effect accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention from the surface side. It is a rear view which shows typically the 1st state of the internal structure of the effect accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention from the back surface side. It is a rear view which shows typically the state between the 1st state and the 2nd state of the internal structure of the stage effect apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention from the back side. It is a rear view which shows typically the 2nd state of the internal structure of the stage effect apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention from the back side. It is a front view which shows typically the 1st state of the effect accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention from the surface side. It is a front view which shows typically the state between the 1st state and the 2nd state of the effect | presentation accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention from the surface side. It is a front view which shows typically the 2nd state of the effect accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention from the surface side. It is a rear view which shows typically the 1st state of the effect accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention from the back side. It is a rear view which shows typically the state between the 1st state and the 2nd state of the effect | presentation accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention from the back surface side. It is a rear view which shows typically the 2nd state of the effect accessory apparatus which is one embodiment of this invention from the back side. It is a rear view which shows typically the 1st state of the internal structure of the effect accessory apparatus which is the modification 1 of one embodiment of this invention from the back surface side. It is a rear view which shows typically the 2nd state of the internal structure of the effect accessory apparatus which is the modification 1 of one embodiment of this invention from the back side.
  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. Examples of the gaming machine include a pachinko gaming machine, an arrange ball machine, a sparrow ball gaming machine, and the like. In the first embodiment of the present invention, description will be made based on a pachinko gaming machine as an example.
  First, a configuration relating to a gaming board 100 of a gaming machine according to an embodiment of the present invention will be described with reference to FIGS. 1A and 1B. FIG. 1A is a front view schematically showing a configuration of a first state of a game board 100 provided with an effect accessory device 10 according to one embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. It is a front view which shows typically the structure of the 2nd state of the game board 100 provided with the effect accessory apparatus 10 which is embodiment.
  As illustrated in FIGS. 1A and 1B, in the present embodiment, the gaming machine is configured to include a gaming board 100 having a gaming area 101 in which gaming parts such as a winning device, a windmill, and an obstacle nail are arranged. ing.
  The game board 100 is fixed to a game board holding frame (not shown) so as to stand substantially vertically with respect to the installation surface when the game machine is installed in the game hall. In other words, the surface of the game board 100 (hereinafter referred to as the game surface 102) is disposed so as to face the player via a transmission member (not shown).
  In the present embodiment, the game board 100 is formed in a flat plate shape using wood or the like, and as described above, a game area in which game parts such as winning devices, windmills, obstacle nails are arranged on the game surface 102. 101.
  The game surface 102 serves to guide a game ball launched by a launching device (not shown) to the game area 101, and is a belt-like shape arranged so as to stand perpendicular to the game surface 102 so as to surround the game area 101. The outer guide rail 103 is provided.
  The outer guide rail 103 is disposed so as to surround the game area 101 from the lower left side to the upper right side when the game surface 102 is viewed from the front. Specifically, one end 103 a of the outer guide rail 103 is arranged on the lower left side when the game surface 102 is viewed from the front, and the other end 103 b is arranged on the upper right side of the game surface 102. The outer guide rail 103 is curved and arranged so as to draw an arc from one end 103a to the other end 103b by flexing the outer guide rail 103.
  In the present embodiment, the material of the outer guide rail 103 is formed using a plastic material. Note that the material of the outer guide rail 103 is not limited to a plastic material, and may be formed using, for example, a metallic material.
  In the vicinity of the other end 103b of the outer guide rail 103, a decorative member 104 for decorating the game surface 102 is disposed. The decoration member 104 is configured to have an upright surface 104a that rises vertically from the upper side to the lower side when viewed from the front of the game surface 10a.
  The standing surface 104a of the decorative member 104 is arranged so as to be connected to the other end 103b of the outer guide rail 103 positioned above the standing surface 104a. The height of the standing surface 104 a of the decorative member 104 is formed to be the same height as the standing height of the outer guide rail 103. That is, the standing surface 104 a of the decorative member 104 is disposed so as to surround the game area 101, as with the outer guide rail 103.
  Below the decorative member 104, a display device 105 for displaying the game situation is arranged. The display device 105 is disposed so as to protrude from the game surface 102 and has a linear inclined surface 106 that is inclined downward from the right side toward the center side when the game surface 102 is viewed from the front.
  The inclined surface 106 of the display device 105 is connected to the other end (not shown) of the decorative member 104 of the display device 105 located on the right side of the inclined surface 106 when the other surface 106a of the inclined surface 106 is viewed from the front. Are arranged.
  On the other hand, one end 106b of the inclined surface 106 is arranged so as to be connected to one end 107a of the inner guide rail 107 described later. The height of the inclined surface 106 is the same as the standing height of the standing surface 104a. That is, the inclined surface 106 is disposed so as to surround the game area 101, similarly to the standing surface 104a.
  In the present embodiment, the position of the display device 105 is arranged on the lower right side when the game surface 102 is viewed from the front, but is not limited to this position, and may be arranged, for example, in the lower center. . In this case, a second decorative member is provided instead of the inclined surface 106 of the display device 105, and the second decorative member is configured to have an inclined surface, as in the display device 105.
  In addition, the game surface 102 plays a role of guiding a game ball launched by a launcher (not shown) together with the outer guide rail 103 to the game area 101, and surrounds the game area 101 like the outer guide rail 103. A belt-shaped inner guide rail 107 is provided so as to stand vertically with respect to the game surface 102.
  In the present embodiment, the material of the inner guide rail 107 is also formed using a plastic material, like the material of the inner guide rail 107. The material of the inner guide rail 107 is not limited to a plastic material, and may be formed using, for example, a metallic material.
  When the game surface 102 is viewed from the front, the inner guide rail 107 is disposed inside the outer guide rail 103 and is disposed so as to surround the game area 101 from the lower center to the upper left side. Specifically, one end 107 a of the inner guide rail 107 is arranged at the center lower side when the game surface 102 is viewed from the front, and the other end 107 b is arranged at the upper left side of the game surface 102. The inner guide rail 107 is curved and arranged so as to draw an arc from one end 107a to the other end 107b by flexing the inner guide rail 107.
  As described above, the inner guide rail 107 has the one end 107a of the inner guide rail 107 arranged at the lower center of the game area 101 when viewed from the front, but the one end 107a is located on the right side of the game surface 102 axis. It is arranged so as to be gently curved in the clockwise direction while tilting downward from the one end 107a toward the axis of the game surface 102.
  That is, the inner guide rail 107 is located on the lowest side on the axis of the game surface 102, and is gently curved in the clockwise direction while being inclined upward from this position toward the other end 107b. .
  Thus, the inner guide rail 107 is disposed inside the outer guide rail 103, and the outer guide rail 103 and the inner guide rail 107 are disposed to face each other with a predetermined distance therebetween. A guide passage 108 through which a game ball can pass is defined between the outer guide rail 103 and the inner guide rail 107.
  As described above, the guide passage 108 is defined between the outer guide rail 103 and the inner guide rail 107. The guide passage 108 is connected to a launcher (not shown) via a connection passage (not shown).
  That is, the guide passage 108 is configured so that the game ball launched by the launching device passes through the connection passage and then passes through the guide passage 108 so that the game ball jumps out from the lower left side of the gaming surface 102 toward the upper left side. It is partitioned.
  In this way, the outer guide rail 103, the decorative member 104, the display device 105, and the inner guide rail 107 are continuously arranged on the gaming surface 102 so as to be connected to each other, so that the guide passage 108 and the game area 101 are provided. Go is formed adjacent to each other.
  In the game area 101, an effect device for effecting a game is arranged. Specifically, a liquid crystal display device (not shown) composed of a liquid crystal display (LCD) or the like is disposed in the central portion of the game area 101.
  In the vicinity of the liquid crystal display device, a plurality of effect accessory devices are arranged so as to surround the liquid crystal display device. In the present embodiment, among the plurality of effect accessory devices, the effect accessory device 10 arranged on the right side of the liquid crystal display device has the decorative member 12 arranged on the right side of the game board 100, That is, it is configured to be movably supported between a first state that is an initial position and a second state that is disposed substantially at the center of the game board 100 from the first state. In addition, the effect accessory device 10 is not limited to the first state and the second state, and can be stopped at a position between the first state and the second state, for example.
  Hereinafter, the structure of the effect accessory apparatus 10 of this Embodiment is demonstrated using FIGS. FIG. 2 is a perspective view schematically showing a configuration of the surface side of the effect accessory device 10 according to the embodiment of the present invention, and FIG. 3 is an effect combination according to the embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 4 is a perspective view schematically showing the configuration of the back side of the product device 10, and FIG. 4 is an exploded perspective view schematically showing the configuration of the effect accessory device 10 according to one embodiment of the present invention in an exploded state. FIG.
  As illustrated in FIGS. 2 to 4, the effect accessory device 10 according to the present embodiment includes a drive source 20 and a first reciprocation that reciprocates in one direction due to the drive of the drive source 20. In conjunction with the operation of the first reciprocating mechanism 30, the pantograph mechanism 40 that expands and contracts in a direction orthogonal to one direction of the first reciprocating mechanism 30, and the operation of the pantograph mechanism 40 And a decorative member 12 that moves on the board surface of the game board 100. The drive source 20, the first reciprocating mechanism 30, the pantograph mechanism 40, and the decorative member 12 are accommodated in the case body 11.
  The case body 11 is provided with the back surface of the case body 11 in contact with the game board 100. The case body 11 is formed in a substantially rectangular shape, and the longitudinal direction of the case body 11 is arranged along the vertical direction of the game board 100.
  Next, the drive source 20, the first reciprocating mechanism 30, and the pantograph mechanism 40, which are the main structures of the effect accessory device 10 of the present embodiment, will be described with reference to FIGS. 5A to 6C. FIG. 5A is a front view schematically showing a first state of the internal configuration of the effect accessory device 10 according to one embodiment of the present invention from the surface side, and FIG. 5B is one embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 5C is a front view schematically showing the state between the first state and the second state of the internal configuration of the effect accessory device 10 as a form from the front side, and FIG. 5C is an embodiment of the present invention. It is a front view which shows typically the 2nd state of the internal structure of the stage effect apparatus 10 which is a form from the surface side.
  FIG. 6A is a rear view schematically showing a first state of the internal configuration of the effect accessory device 10 according to the embodiment of the present invention from the back surface side, and FIG. 6B is one view of the present invention. FIG. 6C is a rear view schematically showing a state between the first state and the second state of the internal configuration of the effect accessory device 10 according to the embodiment from the back side, and FIG. It is a rear view which shows typically the 2nd state of the internal structure of the stage effect apparatus which is embodiment from the back surface side.
  As illustrated in FIGS. 5A to 6C, the drive source 20 includes a motor 21, a first gear 22 that is provided on the drive shaft of the motor 21, and rotates due to the drive of the motor 21, and the first And a second gear 23 that is arranged in mesh with the first gear 22 and rotates in conjunction with the first gear 22.
  The motor 21 is provided on the back side of the case body 11 and is disposed on the uppermost part of the case body 11. The motor 21 is provided in the case body 11 in a state where the drive shaft of the motor 21 is inserted through the hole of the case body 11 and protruded to the surface side of the case body 11. The first gear 22 is connected to the drive shaft of the motor 21 that protrudes from the back surface side of the case body 11 to the front surface side.
  The first gear 22 is provided on the surface side of the case body 11 and is disposed on the uppermost part of the case body 11. That is, the motor 21 and the first gear 22 are disposed to face each other with the case body 11 interposed therebetween. The first gear 22 is connected to the drive shaft of the motor 21 as described above.
  As described above, the first gear 22 is connected to the drive shaft of the motor 21 to rotate due to the drive of the motor 21. As described above, since the second gear 23 is meshed with the first gear 22, the first gear 22 transmits a rotational force to the second gear 23. .
  Similar to the first gear 22, the second gear 23 is provided on the surface side of the case body 11, and is disposed below the first gear 22. That is, the second gear 23 is arranged to mesh with the first gear 22 as described above. Further, the second gear 23 is arranged to mesh with the first gear 22 and is arranged to mesh with a first rack gear 31 of the first reciprocating mechanism 30 described later.
  As described above, the second gear 23 is arranged in mesh with the first gear 22 and thus rotates in conjunction with the rotation of the first gear 22. And since the 1st meshing part 32 of the 1st rack gear 31 which comprises the 1st reciprocating mechanism 30 mentioned later is meshed | engaged and arrange | positioned at the 2nd gearwheel 23, the 2nd gearwheel 23 is The power is transmitted to the first rack gear 31.
  The drive source 20 of the present embodiment is configured to include a driven gear that is the second gear 23 in addition to the drive gear that is the first gear 22, but the number of driven gears is particularly limited. Alternatively, the first gear 22 may be meshed with a first meshing portion 32 of a first rack gear 31 described later.
  The first reciprocating mechanism 30 is disposed so as to face each other along the same direction, and can reciprocate in the opposite directions, and the first rack gear 31 and the second rack gear 34 can be reciprocated in opposite directions. A small gear 39 is disposed between the two rack gears 34 and transmits the first rack gear 31 and the second rack gear 34 in opposite directions.
  The first rack gear 31 is provided on the surface side of the case body 11 and is disposed along the vertical direction of the case body 11. The first rack gear 31 is formed in a substantially bar shape. A first meshing portion 32 that meshes with the second gear 23 is formed at one end of the first rack gear 31, and the other end. Is formed with a second meshing portion 33 that meshes with a small gear 39 described later.
  In other words, the first rack gear 31 reciprocates in the vertical direction in conjunction with the rotation of the second gear 23, thereby transmitting the power received from the second gear 23 to the small gear 39. The small gear 39 is arranged between the first rack gear 31 and the second rack gear 34 as described above. The small gear 39 is arranged to mesh with the second meshing portion 33 of the first rack gear 31 and the meshing portion 35 of the second rack gear 34.
  As described above, the first rack gear 31 reciprocates along the vertical direction of the game board 100 in conjunction with the rotation of the second gear 23, whereby the small gear 39 rotates, and a pantograph mechanism 40 described later. This enables the telescopic movement.
  Similar to the first rack gear 31, the second rack gear 34 is provided on the surface side of the case body 11 and is disposed along the vertical direction of the case body 11. Further, as described above, the second rack gear 34 is disposed so as to face the first rack gear 31.
  The second rack gear 34 is formed in a substantially bar shape, and a meshing portion 35 that meshes with the small gear 39 is formed on the opposite surface side of the second rack gear 34 facing the first rack gear 31. Has been.
  In the present embodiment, the second rack gear 34 is fixed to the case body 11. That is, the second rack gear 34 rolls the small gear 39 on the meshing portion 35 of the second rack gear 34.
  In other words, the second rack gear 34 is disposed opposite to the first rack gear 31 and is disposed in mesh with the small gear 39 together with the first rack gear 31, so that the small gear 39 is placed on the meshing portion 35. And the first rack gear 31 is reciprocated.
  As described above, in the first reciprocating mechanism 30 of the present embodiment, the first rack gear 31 and the second rack gear 34 are arranged to face each other along the same direction, and the first rack gear 31 The pantograph mechanism 40 can be expanded and contracted in conjunction with the operation.
  Thereby, the linear movement of the connection part (the 1st connection part 51 and the 2nd connection part 52) of the pantograph mechanism 40 mentioned later connected with these 1st rack gears 31 and the 2nd rack gear 34 is enabled. . Therefore, the driving force of the drive source 20 can be transmitted to the pantograph mechanism 40 more efficiently than the connecting portion of the pantograph mechanism 40 moves in a curved line.
  Although the second rack gear 34 of the present embodiment is fixed to the case body 11, for example, a small gear 39 is fixed so that the second rack gear 34 can be reciprocated on the case body 11. Also good.
  The pantograph mechanism 40 is provided on the surface side of the case body 11 and is disposed so as to expand and contract in a direction orthogonal to the axial direction of the case body 11 (in the present embodiment, the vertical direction). Specifically, the pantograph mechanism 40 includes a plurality of link members 41 and link members 42, and the link members 41 and the link members 42 are coupled to each other so as to be rotatable (two pairs in the present embodiment). (Sixth connecting portion 56). A plurality of link links (two pairs in the present embodiment) configured by connecting the link member 41 and the link member 42 so as to be rotatable are respectively configured to be rotatable (third). Connecting portion 53).
  In the present embodiment, of the plurality of link members 41, one end of the link member 41 disposed on the first reciprocating mechanism 30 side is rotatably connected to the first rack gear 31 (first Connecting portion 51).
  On the other hand, of the plurality of link members 42, one end of the link member 42 arranged on the first reciprocating mechanism 30 side is rotatably connected to the second rack gear 34 (second connection portion 52). ). That is, as the first rack gear 31 reciprocates along the vertical direction of the case body 11, the first connecting portion 51 moves along the vertical direction. As the first connecting portion 51 moves along the vertical direction, the crossing angle of the link member 41 and the link member 42 becomes an acute angle in conjunction with this movement, and the pantograph mechanism 40 can be expanded and contracted. .
  In addition, one end of the link member 41 disposed on the second reciprocating mechanism 90 side described later among the plurality of link members 41 can be rotated by a second rack gear 93 described later of the second reciprocating mechanism 90. (Fifth connecting portion 55).
  On the other hand, of the plurality of link members 42, one end of the link member 42 arranged on the second reciprocating mechanism 90 side described later can be rotated by a first rack gear 91 described later of the second reciprocating mechanism 90. (Fourth connecting portion 54).
  The fourth connecting portion 54 and the fifth connecting portion 55 are provided in the elongated holes 13a and 13b of the decorative member 12 so as to be reciprocally movable. That is, when the first reciprocating mechanism 30 reciprocates along the vertical direction of the case body 11, the first connecting portion 51 moves along the vertical direction, and in conjunction with this, the pantograph mechanism 40 The telescopic movement is enabled, and the second reciprocating mechanism 90 can be reciprocated.
  In this way, by transmitting the driving force of the motor 21 to the pantograph mechanism 40 via the first reciprocating mechanism 30, the driving force of the motor 21 can be reduced without the motor 21 and the pantograph mechanism 40 being placed close to each other. In addition to being surely communicated, when the effect accessory device 10 is installed on the game board 100, it can be efficiently installed in a small space without being limited to the installation position.
  Further, by transmitting a uniform force to the link member 41 and the link member 42 of the pantograph mechanism 40, when the motor 21 is rotated at a high speed and the pantograph mechanism 40 is expanded and contracted faster, the behavior of the pantograph mechanism 40 can be suppressed. . Further, when the motor 21 is stopped and the decorative member 12 is stopped between the first state and the second state, the behavior of the pantograph mechanism 40 can be suppressed.
  Therefore, the effect accessory device 10 according to the present embodiment can reduce the burden on the motor 21 by transmitting the driving force of the motor 21 to the pantograph mechanism 40 via the first reciprocating mechanism 30. In addition, the moving speed and moving distance of the decorative member 12 can be adjusted.
  The second reciprocating mechanism 90 of the present embodiment is provided inside the decorative member 12. The second reciprocating mechanism 90 is disposed so as to face each other along the same direction, and can reciprocate in the opposite direction, and the first rack gear 91 and the first rack gear 91 can be reciprocated. And a small gear 99 disposed between the second rack gear 93 and transmitting the first rack gear 91 and the second rack gear 93 in opposite directions.
  The first rack gear 91 is disposed along the axial direction of the case body 11. That is, the first rack gear 91 is disposed along substantially the same direction with respect to the first rack gear 31 and the second rack gear 34 of the first reciprocating mechanism 30.
  The first rack gear 91 is fixedly provided on the link member 42 of the pantograph mechanism 40 (fourth connecting portion 54). And the 4th connection part 54 is provided in the elongate hole 13a of the decoration member 12 so that a reciprocation is possible.
  Thus, the first rack gear 91 is fixedly provided on the link member 42 of the pantograph mechanism 40 and is disposed along the axial direction of the case body 11, so that the first rack gear 91 is interlocked with the expansion / contraction operation of the pantograph mechanism 40. The case body 11 reciprocates in the vertical direction.
  The first rack gear 91 is formed in a substantially bar shape. A meshing portion 92 that meshes with the small gear 99 is formed on the facing surface of the first rack gear 91 that faces the second rack gear 93.
  That is, the first rack gear 91 reciprocates in the vertical direction in conjunction with the expansion / contraction operation of the pantograph mechanism 40, thereby transmitting the power received from the pantograph mechanism 40 to the small gear 99.
  The small gear 99 is disposed between the first rack gear 91 and the second rack gear 93 as described above. The small gear 99 is arranged to mesh with the meshing portion 92 of the first rack gear 91 and the meshing portion 94 of the second rack gear 93.
  Similar to the first rack gear 91, the second rack gear 93 is provided inside the decorative member 12 and is disposed along the axial direction of the case body 11. That is, the second rack gear 93 is also disposed along substantially the same direction with respect to the first rack gear 31 and the second rack gear 34 of the first reciprocating mechanism 30.
  The second rack gear 93 is fixedly provided on the link member 41 of the pantograph mechanism 40 (fifth connecting portion 55). Thus, the second rack gear 93 is fixedly provided on the link member 41 of the pantograph mechanism 40 and is disposed along the axial direction of the case body 11, thereby interlocking with the expansion and contraction operation of the pantograph mechanism 40. It reciprocates along the axial direction of the case body 11.
  Similarly to the first rack gear 91, the second rack gear 93 is also formed in a substantially bar shape. A meshing portion 94 that meshes with the small gear 99 is formed on the opposite surface of the second rack gear 93 facing the first rack gear 91.
  That is, the second rack gear 93 is disposed opposite to the first rack gear 91 and meshed with the small gear 99 together with the first rack gear 91, whereby the small gear 99 is meshed with the meshing portion 92 and the meshing portion 92. The first rack gear 91 and the second rack gear 93 can be reciprocated by rolling at the portion 94.
  As described above, the second reciprocating mechanism 90 of the present embodiment is configured such that the first rack gear 91 and the second rack gear 93 are disposed to face each other along the same direction, thereby the pantograph mechanism 40. The first rack gear 91 and the second rack gear 93 can reciprocate in conjunction with the telescopic movement of the first rack gear 91.
  As a result, the fourth connecting portion 54 and the fifth connecting portion 55 of the pantograph mechanism 40 connected to the first rack gear 91 and the second rack gear 93 can be linearly moved. Therefore, the driving force of the drive source 20 can be transmitted to the pantograph mechanism 40 more efficiently than the connecting portion of the pantograph mechanism 40 moves in a curved line.
  In this way, the driving force of the motor 21 is transmitted to the pantograph mechanism 40 via the first reciprocating mechanism 30, and the second reciprocating mechanism provided on the decorative member 12 in conjunction with the expansion and contraction operation of the pantograph mechanism 40. As the 90 reciprocates, the decorative member 12 can be moved more smoothly.
  At this time, when the motor 21 is rotated at a high speed to expand and contract the pantograph mechanism 40 faster, the behavior of the pantograph mechanism 40 can be suppressed. Further, when the motor 21 is stopped and the decorative member 12 is stopped between the first state and the second state, the behavior of the pantograph mechanism 40 can be suppressed.
  Next, the operation of the effect accessory device 10 according to the present embodiment will be described with reference to FIGS. 7A to 8C. FIG. 7A is a front view schematically showing the first state of the effect accessory device 10 according to one embodiment of the present invention from the front surface side, and FIG. 7B is one embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 7C is a front view schematically showing a state between the first state and the second state of the effect accessory device 10 from the surface side, and FIG. 7C is an effect role according to the embodiment of the present invention. It is a front view which shows typically the 2nd state of the property apparatus 10 from the surface side.
  FIG. 8A is a rear view schematically showing the first state of the effect accessory device 10 according to one embodiment of the present invention from the back surface side, and FIG. 8B is one embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 8C is a rear view schematically showing a state between the first state and the second state of the effect accessory device 10 that is the rear side, and FIG. 8C is an effect according to the embodiment of the present invention. It is a rear view which shows typically the 2nd state of the utility tool apparatus 10 from the back surface side.
  As illustrated in FIGS. 7A to 8C, when the motor 21 is driven in accordance with a change in the game, the first gear 22 rotates counterclockwise. Accordingly, the second gear 23 rotates in the clockwise direction. Then, the first rack gear 31 arranged in mesh with the second gear 23 reciprocates below the game board 100.
  As the first rack gear 31 reciprocates below the game board 100, the pantograph mechanism 40 expands and contracts in the left-right direction of the game board 100 in conjunction with this reciprocation. Further, in conjunction with the expansion / contraction operation of the pantograph mechanism 40, the second reciprocating mechanism 90 provided inside the decorative member 12 reciprocates.
  At this time, the effect accessory device 10 according to the present embodiment transmits the driving force of the motor 21 to the pantograph mechanism 40 via the first reciprocating mechanism 30 to rotate the motor 21 at a high speed, thereby decorating the member. The moving speed of 12 can be increased. Further, the decorative member 12 can be stopped by stopping the motor 21. That is. The moving speed and moving distance of the decorative member 12 can be adjusted.
  Thus, by transmitting the driving force of the motor 21 to the pantograph mechanism 40 via the first reciprocating mechanism 30, the burden on the motor 21 can be reduced. Further, the driving force of the motor 21 is transmitted to the pantograph mechanism 40 via the first reciprocating mechanism 30, and the second reciprocating mechanism 90 provided on the decorative member 12 is reciprocated in conjunction with the pantograph mechanism 40. Thus, the decorative member 12 can be moved more smoothly.
(Modification 1)
Next, Modification 1 of the effect accessory device 10 according to the present embodiment will be described with reference to FIGS. FIG. 9 is a rear view schematically showing the first state of the internal configuration of the effect accessory device 10 which is the first modification of the embodiment of the present invention from the back side, and FIG. 10 shows the present invention. It is a rear view which shows typically the 2nd state of the internal structure of the effect accessory apparatus 10 which is the modification 1 of one embodiment from the back side.
  The first reciprocating mechanism 60 of the effect accessory device 10 of the present modification is different from the first reciprocating mechanism 30 described above in that the second rack gear 64 is engaged with the second gear 23. The other points are the same. Therefore, the same or corresponding parts are denoted by the same reference numerals and description thereof is omitted.
  In the present modification, the first reciprocating mechanism 60 is disposed so as to face each other along the same direction and is capable of reciprocating in opposite directions, and the first rack gear 61 and the second rack gear 64, and the first rack gear 64. And a small gear 69 that is disposed between the first rack gear 61 and the second rack gear 64 and transmits the first rack gear 61 and the second rack gear 64 in directions opposite to each other.
  The first rack gear 61 is provided on the surface side of the case body 11 and is disposed along the vertical direction of the case body 11. The first rack gear 61 is formed in a substantially bar shape, and a meshing portion 63 that meshes with the small gear 69 is formed on the opposite surface side of the first rack gear 61 facing the second rack gear 63. Has been.
  In the present modification, the first rack gear 61 is fixed to the case body 11. That is, the first rack gear 61 rolls a small gear 69 that rotates in conjunction with a reciprocating movement of a second rack gear 64 described later on the meshing portion 63 of the first rack gear 61.
  The small gear 99 is arranged between the first rack gear 31 and the second rack gear 34 as described above. The small gear 39 is arranged to mesh with the second meshing portion 33 of the first rack gear 31 and the meshing portion 35 of the second rack gear 34.
  The second rack gear 64 is provided on the surface side of the case body 11, and is arranged along the vertical direction of the case body 11, similarly to the first rack gear 61. Further, the second rack gear 64 is disposed so as to face the first rack gear 61 as described above.
  The second rack gear 64 is formed in a substantially rod shape, and meshes with the second gear 23 and the small gear 69 on the opposite surface side of the second rack gear 643 facing the first rack gear 61. A meshing portion 65 is formed.
  In this modification, the meshing portion 65 of the second rack gear 64 is disposed so as to mesh with the second gear 23. In other words, in the effect accessory device 10 of the present modification, the pantograph mechanism 40 is expanded and contracted by the second rack gear 64 reciprocating in the vertical direction in conjunction with the rotation of the second gear 23.
  As described above, the second rack gear 64 reciprocates in the vertical direction in conjunction with the rotation of the second gear 23 to transmit the power received from the second gear 23 to the small gear 99. Yes. Then, the second rack gear 64 reciprocates along the vertical direction of the game board 100 in conjunction with the rotation of the second gear 23, whereby the small gear 99 rotates and the pantograph mechanism 40 expands and contracts. .
  Therefore, by transmitting the driving force of the motor 21 to the pantograph mechanism 40 via the first reciprocating mechanism 60, it is possible to transmit a uniform force to the link member 41 and the link member 42 of the pantograph mechanism 40.
  At this time, when the motor 21 is rotated at a high speed to expand and contract the pantograph mechanism 40 faster, the behavior of the pantograph mechanism 40 can be suppressed. Further, when the motor 21 is stopped and the decorative member 12 is stopped between the first state and the second state, the behavior of the pantograph mechanism 40 can be suppressed.
  Therefore, the effect accessory device 10 according to the present embodiment can reduce the burden on the motor 21 by transmitting the driving force of the motor 21 to the pantograph mechanism 40 via the first reciprocating mechanism 60. In addition, the moving speed and moving distance of the decorative member 12 can be adjusted.
DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 10 Effect | use effect apparatus 11 Case body 12 Decoration member 13a Long hole 13b Long hole 20 Drive source 21 Motor 22 1st gear 23 2nd gear 30 1st reciprocating mechanism 31 1st rack gear 32 1st meshing Part 33 Second meshing part 34 Second rack gear 35 Meshing part 40 Pantograph mechanism 41 Link member 42 Link member 51 First coupling part 52 Second coupling part 53 Third coupling part 54 Fourth coupling part 55 Fourth 5 connecting portion 56 sixth connecting portion 60 first reciprocating mechanism 61 first rack gear 63 meshing portion 64 second rack gear 65 meshing portion 69 small gear 90 second reciprocating mechanism 91 first rack gear 92 meshing Part 93 Second rack gear 94 Engagement part 100 Game board 101 Game area 102 Game surface 103 Outer guide rail 104 Decoration member 105 Display device 106 Inclined surface 107 Inner guide rail 108 Guide passage

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  1. A directing equipment provided on a gaming board of a gaming machine,
    A driving source;
    A reciprocating mechanism that is disposed in engagement with the driving source and reciprocates in one direction due to the driving of the driving source;
    A pantograph mechanism which is arranged in connection with the reciprocating mechanism and expands and contracts in a direction orthogonal to one direction of the reciprocating mechanism in conjunction with the operation of the reciprocating mechanism;
    A decorative member disposed in engagement with the pantograph mechanism and moving on the surface of the game board in conjunction with the operation of the pantograph mechanism;
    Production equipment device characterized by.
  2. The reciprocating mechanism is disposed opposite to each other along the same direction, and is capable of reciprocating in opposite directions, and first and second rack gears;
    A gear disposed between the first and second rack gears and transmitting the first and second rack gears in opposite directions;
    The pantograph mechanism is arranged to be connected to each of the first and second rack gears, and enables expansion and contraction operation in conjunction with the operation of one of the first and second rack gears;
    The effect accessory device according to claim 1, wherein:
  3. The pantograph mechanism includes a plurality of link members, and of the plurality of link members, the two link members intersect with each other so as to be pivotably connected to each other.
    Among the plurality of pair links, one link member of the pair link engaged with the reciprocating mechanism is rotatably connected to the first rack gear, and the other link member of the pair link Is rotatably connected to the second rack gear,
    Interlocking with the operation of any one of the first and second rack gears, the plurality of the pair links being respectively interlocked to enable expansion and contraction of the pantograph mechanism;
    The effect accessory device according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that:
  4. The drive source includes a motor,
    A first gear provided on a drive shaft of the motor and rotating due to the drive of the motor;
    A second gear disposed in mesh with the first gear and rotating in conjunction with the first gear;
    The effect accessory device according to claim 1, wherein:
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