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JP2012016540A
JP2012016540A JP2010157323A JP2010157323A JP2012016540A JP 2012016540 A JP2012016540 A JP 2012016540A JP 2010157323 A JP2010157323 A JP 2010157323A JP 2010157323 A JP2010157323 A JP 2010157323A JP 2012016540 A JP2012016540 A JP 2012016540A
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Takayuki Okabe
Shoko Suehara
貴之 岡部
勝公 末原
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A gaming machine capable of suppressing displacement of a movable body due to vibration or the like.
A movable effect device disposed in a back unit includes a main movable body 45 that is supported in a rotatable manner at one end in a longitudinal direction and is elongated in the left-right direction. A roller 67 is supported on the free end portion of the main movable body 45 via a support portion 68 so as to be freely rotatable. A pair of support members 76 and 87 are disposed in the back unit so as to be separated from each other in the front-rear direction, and a support portion 68 is inserted between the support members 76 and 87. In a normal state, the roller 67 abuts on the first support member 76 so as to be able to roll, and the roller 67 rolls on the first support member 76 as the main movable body 45 moves. When the main movable body 45 is displaced to the front side away from the first support member 76 when the pachinko machine vibrates, the roller 67 abuts against the second support member 87 so as to be able to roll, thereby the main movable body. It is suppressed that the free end portion of 45 is largely displaced forward.
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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine including a movable effect device that produces an effect by the operation of a movable body.
  A pachinko machine, which is a typical gaming machine, has a frame-shaped decorative member arranged at the center of a gaming area defined on the board surface of the gaming board set in the machine, and is arranged on the back side of the gaming board. Further, the display unit of the liquid crystal type or drum type symbol display device faces the back side of the decorative member window, and the symbol display device is configured to perform game effects such as symbol combination games and reach effects. In addition, in the pachinko machine, a movable effect device provided with a movable body that performs a required operation is arranged on the decorative member, and the movable body is operated in accordance with a game effect performed by the symbol display device. The effect of the game is enhanced by improving the production effect (see, for example, Patent Document 1).
JP 2010-12042 A
  In recent years, there is a tendency to increase the size of the movable body in order to enhance the visual effect and produce an impact. As the movable body increases in size, the movement of the end of the movable body that is separated from the connecting portion with the drive unit becomes unstable, so a guide portion that guides the moving end is provided. However, since the connecting part and the end of the movable body are separated from each other, the end side of the movable body is greatly displaced when the pachinko machine vibrates when the pachinko machine is transported or used in an amusement store. If the end of the movable body is detached from the guide portion, the end of the movable body cannot be guided by the guide portion, and the movable body does not operate normally during a game. There is a fear.
  That is, the present invention has been proposed to solve the above-described problems inherent in the gaming machine according to the prior art, and is a gaming machine capable of suppressing the displacement of the movable body due to vibration or the like. The purpose is to provide.
In order to overcome the above-mentioned problems and achieve the intended purpose, the invention according to claim 1 of the present application provides:
In a gaming machine equipped with a movable production device (42) that produces an effect by the operation of the movable body (45),
The movable effect device (42)
A first support member (76) and a second support member (87) extending along the moving direction of the movable body (45) at a predetermined interval;
A support portion (68) provided between the support members (76, 87) provided on the movable body (45);
A roller (67) disposed on the support portion (68) so as to be freely rotatable and rolling with a circumferential surface coming into contact with the first support member (76) when the movable body (45) is moved; ,
When the movable body (45) is displaced in a direction away from the first support member (76), the roller (67) has a circumferential surface in contact with the second support member (87) so as to be able to roll. It is characterized by being configured.
  According to the first aspect of the present invention, the roller that contacts and rolls against the first support member during the movement of the movable body can roll to the second support member when the movable body is separated from the first support member. Since they abut, the displacement of the movable body in the opposing direction of both support members can be suppressed, and displacement of the movable body to a position where it cannot be supported by the support member can be prevented. Further, since the circumferential surface of the roller can roll when it comes into contact with the corresponding support member, it is possible to prevent a large sliding resistance from being applied at the time of contact. That is, even if the movable body is enlarged, it is possible to prevent the displacement of the movable body to a position where it cannot be supported by the support member due to displacement during vibration, and the roller is in contact with the support member when the movable body is displaced. It is possible to reduce the load applied to the movable body by suppressing the sliding resistance applied when being regulated.
In the invention according to claim 2, the support portion (68) includes a receiving portion (69) provided on the movable body (45) and facing the first support member (76), and a second support member (87) side. And an attachment member (70) that supports the roller (67) so as to freely rotate between the receiving portion (69) and
The receiving portion (69) is formed with an opening (69a) capable of projecting the circumferential surface of the roller (67) toward the first support member (76), and the attachment member (70) has the opening An opening (70b) is formed so that the circumferential surface of the roller (67) can protrude toward the second support member (87),
The mounting member (70) is a rotational axis of the roller (67) relative to the receiving part (69) at a position biased forward or backward in the moving direction of the support part (68) with respect to the roller (67). The gist is to be mounted so as to be able to rotate within a plane extending along the line.
According to invention of Claim 2, the opening part of a receiving part and the opening part of an attachment member can be aligned by adjusting the position of an attachment member centering on an attachment site | part with respect to a receiving part. Therefore, if there is a possibility that the roller may come into contact with the inner edge of the opening due to molding error or assembly error and the smooth rolling may be hindered, the roller can be adjusted by adjusting the position of the mounting member relative to the receiving part. It can be in the state which does not contact the inner edge of an opening part, and smooth operation | movement of a movable body can be aimed at.
In the invention according to claim 3, the mounting member (70) is brought into contact with one surface of the movable body (45) so as to contact the opening (69 a) of the receiving portion (69) and the opening (70 b of the mounting member (70). ) With the first restricting portion (75) for positioning the mounting member (70) at a position that aligns with the first member (70), and the first restricting portion (75) in contact with one surface (50b) of the movable body (45). A second restricting portion (73) capable of contacting and abutting the other surface (50c) of the movable body (45) intersecting the one surface (50b) is provided, and the first restricting portion (75) is movable The rotation of the attachment member (70) in the direction away from the one surface (50b) of the (45) is within the range where the inner edge of the opening (69a, 70b) does not contact the roller (67). ) Is configured to be controlled by contacting the other surface (50c) of the movable body (45).
According to the invention of claim 3, the attachment member can be held in a posture in which the roller does not contact the inner edge of the opening portion with respect to the receiving portion, and a smoother operation of the movable body can be achieved.
In the invention which concerns on Claim 4, when the said movable body (45) stops at a movement termination | terminus, the end which contacts the positioning part (82) in the said support part (68) and supports the load of a movable body (45) The gist is that, on the part side, the convex part (72) and the concave part (74) provided on the receiving part (69) and the mounting member (70) are fitted and screwed.
According to the fourth aspect of the present invention, the end portion of the support portion to which the receiving portion and the mounting member are fitted and screwed has high rigidity, and the movable portion is movable by supporting the load of the movable body on the end portion side. It can suppress that the influence of the impact when a body contact | abuts to the positioning part adds to the support part of the roller by a receiving part and an attachment member.
In the invention according to claim 5, the first support member (76) and the second support member (87) are fixed by the fixing means (84, 95) at positions spaced apart at equal intervals in the moving direction of the movable body (45). The gist is fixed.
According to invention of Claim 5, a 1st supporting member and a 2nd supporting member can be fixed to a suitable space | interval in the moving direction of a movable body.
  According to the gaming machine according to the present invention, it is possible to perform normal operation of the movable body in the game by suppressing the displacement of the movable body due to vibration or the like.
1 is a front view showing a pachinko machine according to a preferred embodiment of the present invention. It is a front view which shows the game board which concerns on an Example. It is a front view which shows the back unit which concerns on an Example in the state which attached various components, such as a movable production | presentation apparatus. It is a front view which shows the back unit which concerns on an Example in the state which removed the movable production apparatus and the components relevant to this apparatus. It is a disassembled perspective view which removes and shows the movable production | presentation apparatus and the components relevant to this apparatus from the back unit which concerns on an Example. It is a front view which shows the back unit which concerns on an Example in the state which has a main movable body in a 2nd position. It is a front view which shows the back unit which concerns on an Example in the state which has a sub movable body in an operation position with respect to the main movable body in a 2nd position. It is the disassembled perspective view which looked at the movable production apparatus which concerns on an Example, a support member, etc. from the front side. It is a schematic perspective view of the movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example. It is the disassembled perspective view which looked at the movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example from the front side. It is the disassembled perspective view which looked at the movable production | presentation apparatus based on an Example from the rear side. It is a principal part rear view which shows the drive part of the movable production | presentation apparatus which concerns on an Example. It is a front view which shows the receiving part of the roller which concerns on an Example. It is a side view which shows the receiving part of the roller which concerns on an Example. It is a figure which shows the attachment member of the roller which concerns on an Example, (a) is a front view, (b) is a rear view, (c) is a bottom view, (d) is a right view. It is explanatory drawing which shows the state which rotated the attachment member with respect to the receiving part which concerns on an Example. It is a principal part front view which shows the support part of the main movable body which concerns on an Example. It is a principal part front view which shows the support part of the main movable body which concerns on an Example in the state which removed the 2nd support member. It is a perspective view shown in the state where the 2nd support member was attached to the 1st support member concerning an example. It is a perspective view shown in the state which decomposed | disassembled the 1st supporting member and 2nd supporting member which concern on an Example. It is a side view shown in the state which decomposed | disassembled the 1st supporting member and 2nd supporting member which concern on an Example. It is a cross-sectional view which shows the support part of the main movable body which concerns on an Example. It is a principal part top view which shows the positioning structure of the 2nd supporting member which concerns on an Example, and a decoration member. FIG. 4 is a sectional view taken along line AA in FIG. 3.
  Next, the gaming machine according to the present invention will be described in detail below with reference to the accompanying drawings by way of preferred embodiments. In the embodiment, a pachinko machine that plays a game using a pachinko ball as a game ball will be described as an example. Further, in the following description, “front”, “rear”, “left”, and “right” are states when the pachinko machine is viewed from the front side (player side) as shown in FIG. 1 unless otherwise specified. It points at.
(About pachinko machines)
As shown in FIG. 1, the pachinko machine 10 according to the embodiment will be described later on the front side of the opening of the outer frame 11 as a fixed frame that is formed in a rectangular frame shape and fixed to an installation frame base (not shown) of the amusement store. A middle frame 12 as a body frame on which a game board 17 (see FIG. 2) is detachably held is assembled so as to be openable and detachable, and various symbols can be variably displayed on the back side of the game board 17. The symbol display device 13 is arranged to be detachable. In addition, a front frame 14 as a decorative frame having a glass plate for seeing through the game board 17 is installed on the front side of the middle frame 12 so as to be openable and closable, and a pachinko ball is provided below the front frame 14. The lower ball receiving tray 15 that stores the water is assembled so as to be openable and closable. In the embodiment, an upper ball tray 16 for storing pachinko balls is integrally assembled at a lower position of the front frame 14, and the upper ball tray 16 is also integrated with the opening and closing of the front frame 14. Configured to open and close. Further, on the back side of the middle frame 12, a ball collection unit (not shown) is provided for discharging pachinko balls used for games to a ball collection facility provided on the game store side.
(About game board)
As shown in FIG. 2 or 3, the game board 17 disposed in the middle frame 12 is formed with a game area 18 a on which a pachinko ball can flow down on the front surface (board surface), and is made of wood such as plywood. The flat plate member 18 and the symbol display device 13 are detachably disposed on the back surface of the plate member 18, and a movable effect device 42, a plurality of light emitting substrates 39 and 40, which will be described later, and the like. The display unit of the symbol display device 13 is arranged on the front side through an opening 19a formed in the back unit 19 and opened in the front and rear direction. It is comprised so that it can visually recognize from. As shown in FIG. 4 or 5, the opening 19 a formed in the back unit 19 is a large opening in which most of the top and bottom and left and right widths of the back unit 19 are opened. Here, the plate member 18 and the back unit 19 are formed in such a size and shape that the outline shape is substantially matched, and the back surface of the plate member 18 is backed up with the plate member 18 and the back unit 19 assembled. The unit 19 is configured to cover the entire surface.
(About plate members)
As shown in FIG. 2, a guide rail 20 formed in an arc shape is disposed on the front surface of the plate member 18, and an arc shape in which a left end edge is recessed rightward at a right position of the guide rail 20. The 1st board surface decoration member 21 formed in this is arrange | positioned. Then, the game area 18a is defined in a substantially circular shape by the guide rail 20 and the first board surface decoration member 21, and the game area 18a is fired from a not-shown hitting ball launching device disposed on the inner frame 12. The pachinko balls are launched into the game area 18a, and the pachinko balls flow down in the game area 18a to play the game. The pachinko ball launched from the ball striking device is guided by the guide rail 20 from the lower side to the left side of the plate member 18 and is launched at the upper left part of the game area 18a. Further, a large number of game nails are planted in the game area 18a of the plate member 18, and the flow direction of the pachinko balls flowing down the game area 18a is irregularly changed by contact with the game nails. It is configured. On the board surface of the plate member 18, second board surface decoration members 22 are arranged at the upper and lower positions on the left side of the guide rail 20 (outside the game area 18 a).
  As shown in FIG. 1 or FIG. 2, the board member 18 has a start winning device 23 or a special prize that can win a pachinko ball flowing down the game area 18a below a position where a decorative member 26 described later is disposed. A device 24 is provided. The start winning device 23 is provided with upper and lower start winning ports 23a through which pachinko balls flowing down the game area 18a can win. Then, the pachinko ball that has won the start winning opening 23a of the start winning device 23 is detected by a start winning sensor (not shown). Several (for example, five) pachinko balls are paid out to the upper and lower ball trays 15 and 16 as prize balls. A pair of blade members (opening / closing members) 23b, 23b that can be swung close to and away from each other are provided at the left and right positions sandwiching the lower start winning opening 23a, such as a solenoid provided on the back side. The lower start winning opening 23a is opened and closed by swinging the blade members 23b and 23b by driving the driving means.
  In the special winning device 24, the winning opening 24a is always closed by an opening / closing door (opening / closing member) 24b, and as a result of the symbol variation in the symbol display device 13, a predetermined symbol combination (for example, the same symbol combination) When the symbol is stopped and displayed in a three-piece pattern or the like), a so-called “big hit” occurs, and the opening / closing door 24b is controlled to open (see FIG. 1 or FIG. 2), to the winning opening 24a. A lot of prize balls can be won by winning. The plate member 18 is provided with an ordinary winning device 25 that always opens the winning opening on the left and right sides of the special winning device 24.
(About decorative members)
The plate member 18 has a through-hole (not shown) penetrating in the front-rear direction, and a frame-shaped decorative member (so-called center accessory) 26 that opens in the front-rear direction is fitted into the through-hole. Thus, it is detachably arranged. And the display part of the said symbol display apparatus 13 which faces from the opening part 19a of the said back unit 19 is exposed to the front side of the board member 18 (game board 17) through the window 26a opened in the front and back in the decoration member 26, The symbol variation effect developed on the display unit of the symbol display device 13 can be viewed from the front side. Further, on the back surface of the decorative member 26, an engaging portion 26b that protrudes rearward is provided at a position facing the through hole of the plate member 18 (see FIG. 23), and the engaging portion 26b is a second support described later. By engaging with an engaged portion 93 provided on the member 87 so as to be freely disengaged from the front side, the decorative member 26 is configured to restrict the second support member 87 from being displaced forward.
  As shown in FIG. 2, the decorative member 26 is provided with an arc-shaped hook-like portion 26c that protrudes forward from the front surface of the plate member 18 from the upper edge portion to the left and right edge portions. The pachinko ball launched into 18a can be guided by the flanged portion 26c on the outer peripheral portion, and the pachinko ball 26c restricts the pachinko ball from flowing across the window 26a of the decorative member 26. The decoration member 26 is provided with a stage 27 on the lower side of the window 26a. On the left side of the window 26a, the pachinko ball that opens to the game area 18a and flows down the game area 18a is loaded. 27 is provided, and the pachinko balls passed from the ball introduction section 28 to the stage 27 roll left and right on the stage 27, and then each winning device 23, 24, 25 is The game area 18a is discharged.
  A transparent wall 29 that rises at a predetermined height toward the upper side over the entire length in the left-right direction is provided at the rear edge of the stage 27, and a pachinko ball that rolls on the stage 27 is displayed on the symbol display device 13. The transparent wall 29 prevents the movement to the side of the section. In addition, an overhanging portion that protrudes forward is formed at the upper end edge of the transparent wall 29, and the pachinko ball can be reliably prevented from moving toward the display portion by the overhanging portion. .
(About the gate)
On the front surface of the plate member 18, as shown in FIG. 2, a pachinko ball that flows down the game area 18a is located above the ball introducing portion 28 in a lateral portion of the game area 18a facing the left side of the decorative member 26. A passable gate 30 is provided. The gate 30 is provided with a gate sensor (not shown) that outputs a ball detection signal when a pachinko ball passing through the gate 30 is detected. The gate sensor is electrically connected to a control device (not shown), and the control device is provided with a wing member 23b of the start winning device 23 on condition that a ball detection signal is input from the gate sensor. It is set to perform a lottery on whether or not to open 23b.
(About the back unit)
As shown in FIGS. 3 to 5, the back unit 19 includes a box-shaped main body 31 formed in a rectangular box shape that opens forward, and a box-shaped main body that is formed at an opening front end of the box-shaped main body 31. The mounting portion 32 extends outside the opening 31 and contacts the back surface of the plate member 18. The box-shaped main body 31 includes a facing surface portion 33 formed in a rectangular plate shape facing the plate member 18, and an image wall portion (wall portion) 34 extending forward from each of the upper, lower, left and right edges of the facing surface portion 33. The attachment portion 32 is formed so as to open forward from the front end of each of the wall portions 34 and extend outward from the opening of the box-shaped main body 31. The plate member 18 and the back unit 19 are fixed by screwing the attachment portion 32 to the plate member 18 with the front surface of the attachment portion 32 in contact with the back surface of the plate member 18.
  As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, the opposing surface portion 33 is formed with the large opening portion 19 a that opens most of the vertical and horizontal widths. In the following description, the portions of the facing surface portion 33 that are positioned vertically and horizontally with respect to the opening 19a are referred to as the upper facing surface portion 33a, the lower facing surface portion 33b, the left facing surface portion 33c, and the right facing surface portion 33d, respectively. The image wall portions corresponding to the surface portions 33a, 33b, 33c, and 33d are respectively referred to as an upper image wall portion 34a, a lower image wall portion 34b, a left image wall portion 34c, and a right image wall portion 34d.
  In a state where the back unit 19 is attached to the back side of the plate member 18, a necessary space is defined between the facing surface portion 33 of the back unit 19 and the plate member 18, and is provided in the facing surface portion 33 of the back unit 19. The movable effect device 42 is configured to be accommodated in the space. Further, light emitting substrates 39 and 40 each having a plurality of LEDs mounted on the front surface are disposed directly or via separate members on the upper and lower and right facing surface portions 33a, 33b, and 33d (see FIG. Only the light emitting substrates 39 and 40 disposed on 33b are shown). A light transmitting part is formed on the decorative member 26, and a light transmitting decorative part 35 is disposed on the back unit 19 so as to be positioned in the window 26 a of the decorative member 26. Alternatively, the light emitting substrates 39 and 40 are arranged to face the back side of the decorative part 35 of the back unit 19. Then, by emitting light from the LEDs of the respective light emitting substrates 39 and 40, the light transmitting portion of the decorative member 26 surrounding the display portion of the symbol display device 13 and the decorative component 35 of the back unit 19 are illuminated from the back side to perform a light emission effect. Configured to obtain. A plurality of wirings connected to a plurality of light-emitting substrates (not shown) disposed on the upper facing surface portion 33a of the back unit 19 are bundled together, and this wiring bundle (wiring) 36 is the front side of the left facing surface portion 33c. After being routed (see FIGS. 17 and 18), it is connected to a relay board (not shown) disposed on the back side of the lower facing surface portion 33b.
  As shown in FIG. 5, a cylindrical guide wall 37 extending forward is projected from the left facing surface portion 33c of the back unit 19 at a position corresponding to the gate 30 provided in the game board 17. The gate sensor is configured to be attached to the gate 30 from the rear side of the back unit 19 through the through hole 37a defined by the guide wall 37 and penetrating in the front-rear direction. Further, the through hole 37 a of the guide wall 37 also functions as a passage for drawing out the wiring led out from the gate sensor to the back side of the back unit 19.
(About the mounting base)
A mounting base 38 formed in an L shape shown in FIG. 8 is disposed on the front surface of the facing surface portion 33 of the back unit 19. The mounting base 38 includes a horizontal plate portion 38a extending in the left-right direction along the lower facing surface portion 33b, and a vertical plate portion 38b extending in the vertical direction along the left facing surface portion 33c. Is formed with a notch 38c that allows the guide wall 37 to be inserted, and the guide wall 37 is forward from the vertical plate part 38b via the notch 38c in a state where the mounting base 38 is attached to the facing surface part 33. Configured to protrude.
  As shown in FIG. 8, a plurality of (two in the embodiment) lower light-emitting substrates 39 each having a plurality of LEDs mounted thereon are disposed on the front surface of the horizontal plate portion 38a of the mounting base 38, On the front surface of the vertical plate portion 38b, a left light emitting substrate 40 having a plurality of LEDs mounted on the front surface is disposed. In addition, a light-transmissive decorative cover 41 that covers the plurality of lower light-emitting substrates 39, 39 from the front side is disposed on the front side of the horizontal plate portion 38a. A part of the decorative cover 41 faces the rear side of the transparent wall 29 in the decorative member 26, and can emit light by illuminating the decorative cover 41 from the back side by emitting the LED of the lower light emitting substrate 39. In addition, the light emission effect is configured to be visible from the front side through the transparent wall 29.
  A first support member 76, which will be described later, is disposed on the front side of the vertical plate portion 38b in the mounting base 38 so as to cover the left light emitting substrate 40 from the front side with the cover portion 78. The first support member 76 is formed of a light-transmitting synthetic resin, and is configured to emit light from the LED of the left light-emitting substrate 40 so that the cover 78 of the first support member 76 can be illuminated from the back side. Has been. The cover portion 78 of the first support member 76 faces the rear of the light transmission portion of the decorative member 26, and the state where the cover portion 78 emits light through the light transmission portion is configured to be visible from the front side. The The decorative cover 41 and the cover 78 of the first support member 76 are subjected to light diffusion processing to improve the light emission effect by the LEDs and to be viewed from the front side of the light emitting substrates 39 and 40 located on the rear side. It has become difficult to prevent the appearance from deteriorating.
  At the right end of the decorative cover 41, as shown in FIG. 10, a bearing 41a for pivotally supporting a movable member 43 (to be described later) of the movable effect device 42 is provided projecting toward the front side. The bearing portion 41a is formed in a cylindrical shape, and a rotation support shaft 51, which will be described later, is rotatably inserted into the center through hole thereof. In addition, a motor mounting portion 41b for mounting a main motor 54 (described later) of the movable rendering device 42 is provided at the lower end of the bearing portion 41a at the right end portion of the decorative cover 41. A gear mounting portion 41c for mounting a driven gear 55 (described later) is provided. The bearing portion 41 a is located close to the right end of the opening 19 a in the back unit 19 in a state where the mounting base 38 to which the decorative cover 41 is attached is disposed in the back unit 19.
(About movable production equipment)
The movable effect device 42 disposed on the opposing surface portion 33 of the back unit 19 includes a movable member 43 rotatably disposed on the decorative cover 41, and a drive mechanism (main drive mechanism) that operates the movable member 43. Sub-driving mechanism) 44 and 46 and a pair of support members 76 and 87 for supporting the movable member 43 during operation of the movable member 43 are basically provided.
  As shown in FIG. 3, the movable member 43 is a long and large member longer than the width of the opening 19a in the back unit 19, and in the embodiment, the movable member 43 is shaped like a sword according to the motif of a pachinko machine. Is formed. The movable member 43 is normally held at a first position (see FIG. 3) that extends in the left-right direction along the lower end edge of the opening 19 a in the back unit 19. The transparent wall 29 of the stage 27 is positioned on the front side, and a part of the movable member 43 is configured to be visible from the front side through the transparent wall 29. Then, the movable member 43 moves from the first position to the second position (see FIGS. 6 and 7), as will be described later, so that the front side of the display unit in the symbol display device 13 is within the window 26a of the decorative member 26. The movable member 43 is configured to face the center diagonally. In addition, the free end part mentioned later of the movable member 43 is comprised so that the back side of the said plate member 18 or the decoration member 26 may be moved, and this free end part is hidden by the plate member 18 or the decoration member 26. . The pivot end portion of the movable member 43 faces the back side of the decorative member 26 and is hidden by the decorative member 26.
(About movable members)
The movable member 43 is rotatably disposed on the decorative cover 41, and is movable in the longitudinal direction with respect to the main movable body 45 (movable body) 45 that is swung by the main drive mechanism 44. And a sub movable body 47 that is moved in the longitudinal direction along the main movable body 45 by the sub drive mechanism 46.
(About the main movable body)
As shown in FIG. 8 or FIG. 10, the main movable body 45 includes a main body 48 formed to be longer than the width dimension in the left-right direction of the opening 19 a in the back unit 19. A base end side extending portion 49 extending from the substantially middle in the longitudinal direction to the right side (one side) and a free end side extending portion 50 extending to the left side (the other side) are connected. The free end side extending portion 50 is set to have a smaller vertical dimension than the base end side extending portion 49. Further, on the upper surface and the lower surface of the free end side extending portion 50, guide ridges 50a extending along the longitudinal direction are formed at the center position in the front-rear direction, and along the guide ridges 50a, 50a, respectively. The sub movable body 47 is configured to move.
  As shown in FIG. 8 or FIG. 10, a drive mechanism mounting portion 49a is suspended below the right end portion (below one end portion in the longitudinal direction of the main body 48) of the base end side extending portion 49 in the main body 48 of the main movable body 45. Has been. In addition, a rotation support shaft 51 extending in the front-rear direction is arranged on the upper side of the drive mechanism mounting portion 49a in the base end side extension portion 49, and rearward from the base end side extension portion 49 of the rotation support shaft 51. The extending end portion is rotatably supported by the bearing portion 41a of the decorative cover 41. That is, the main movable body 45 is disposed so as to be swingable about the rotation support shaft 51 disposed at the right end portion of the main body 48 with respect to the decorative cover 41. The main body 48 is formed of a transparent synthetic resin, and the base end side extending portion 49 and the free end side extending portion 50 constituting the main body 48 are both longitudinally cut perpendicular to the longitudinal direction of the main body 48. It is formed in a U-shape that opens to the rear side on the surface. A movable body light emitting substrate 52 is disposed on the rear surface of the main body 48 (the base end side extending portion 49 and the free end side extending portion 50) so as to cover the opening of the main body 48. A plurality of LEDs are arranged on the front surface of the movable body light emitting substrate 52 facing the main body 48. Further, the front wall of the main body 48 facing the front surface of the movable body light-emitting substrate 52 is subjected to light diffusion processing, so that the light emission effect by the light emission of the LED is improved and the movable body light-emitting substrate 52 is viewed from the front side. Is difficult to see and prevents the appearance from deteriorating.
  As shown in FIG. 9, the base body side extending portion 49 of the main body 48 has a decorative body 53 whose longitudinal dimension is shorter than that of the base end side extending portion 49, on the left side (free end side extending portion 50. (Side away from). As shown in FIG. 10, the decorative body 53 includes a front decorative portion 53a and a rear decorative portion 53b that are set to dimensions that can cover the short side direction of the proximal end extending portion 49. The base end side extended portion 49 is attached in a state of being sandwiched by the front and rear portions 53b. The decorative body 53 is entirely configured to be non-light transmissive, and a light transmitting portion is provided in a part of the front decorative portion 53a, and is positioned on the rear side of the front decorative portion 53a in the light emitting substrate 52 for the movable body. The light from the LED is configured to be irradiated from the light transmission part to the front side. In the main movable body 45 of the embodiment, the main body 48 (proximal end extending portion 49) simulates a blade blade, and the decorative body 53 imitates a blade sheath.
(Main drive mechanism)
As shown in FIG. 8 or 10, the main drive mechanism 44 that swings the main movable body 45 includes a main motor 54, a main drive gear 54 a and a driven gear 55 that are rotated by the main motor 54, and the driven gear. And a gear member 56 that meshes with 55. The main motor 54 is attached to the motor attachment portion 41b of the decorative cover 41 from the rear side, and a main drive gear 54a is disposed on an output shaft that protrudes forward through a through hole formed in the motor attachment portion 41b. The As shown in FIG. 5, the driven gear 55 is rotatably supported on the front surface of the gear mounting portion 41c of the decorative cover 41. The driven gear 55 is a gear in which a large-diameter gear portion 55a and a small-diameter gear portion 55b are integrally formed, and a main drive gear 54a meshes with the large-diameter gear portion 55a. The gear member 56 is disposed and fixed on the back surface of the drive mechanism mounting portion 49a in the main movable body 45 (see FIG. 12). A gear portion 56 a is formed in an arc shape in a predetermined angle range around the rotation support shaft 51 on the outer peripheral edge of the gear member 56, and the gear portion 56 a meshes with the small-diameter gear portion 55 b of the driven gear 55. Yes. That is, by driving the main motor 54 and rotating the main drive gear 54 a and the driven gear 55 in the forward and reverse directions, the main movable body 45 to which the gear member 56 is fixed is required around the rotation support shaft 51. Swings in the angular range.
  A first detection piece 57 as a detected portion is provided on the drive mechanism attachment portion 49a. In addition, a first position detection sensor 58 including an optical sensor having a light emitting element and a light receiving element is disposed on the lower facing surface portion 33b of the back unit 19 (see FIG. 3). The first detection piece 57 is provided at a position that can face between the light emitting element and the light receiving element of the first position detection sensor 58, and the light emitting element, the light receiving element, and the like are moved along with the swing of the main movable body 45. The first detection piece 57 can move and face between the two. When the first detection piece 57 is detected by the first position detection sensor 58 (see FIG. 12), the first detection piece 57 is arranged so that the main movable body 45 (movable member 43) is located at the first position. The position is set, and the detection signal is input to the control device. Note that the first position detection sensor 58 is not limited to an optical sensor, and a magnetic sensor, a microswitch, or other conventionally known sensors can be employed according to the detected portion provided on the movable member side.
(About secondary movable body)
As shown in FIG. 10, the sub movable body 47 includes a front movable portion 47a and a rear movable portion 47b whose longitudinal dimensions are shorter than that of the main body 48 of the main movable body 45. By connecting the movable parts 47a and 47b so as to sandwich the auxiliary movable body 47, the auxiliary movable body 47 is disposed so as to cover a portion of the main body 48 extending from the decorative body 53. Between the front movable portion 47a and the rear movable portion 47b, both the front and rear sides sandwiching the guide protrusions 50a and 50a projecting from the extending portion 50 at the upper and lower positions sandwiching the free end side extending portion 50 in the main body 48. The guide rollers 59, 59 that can roll while being in contact with the upper surface or the lower surface of the sub movable body 47 are disposed at two positions spaced apart in the longitudinal direction of the sub movable body 47, and the sub movable body 47 is main movable by the plurality of guide rollers 59. The main body 48 of the body 45 is configured to be able to move smoothly between the standby position and the operating position along the longitudinal direction.
  The secondary movable body 47 is set to a length that is shorter than the length of the portion of the main body 48 exposed from the decorative body 53, and the standby position where the right end of the secondary movable body 47 contacts the left end of the decorative body 53. Then, the entire base end side extension portion 49 of the main body 48 is covered and hidden (see FIGS. 3 and 6), and the base end side extension is extended at the operating position where the sub movable body 47 moves to the left away from the decorative body 53. It is comprised so that the part 49 may be exposed (refer FIG. 7). It should be noted that the decorative member is arranged so that the free end side extending portion 50 of the main movable body 45 cannot be seen from the front side through the window 26a of the decorative member 26 at any of the standby position and the operating position of the sub movable body 47. Each dimension of the 26 window 26a and the movable member 43 is set. In the embodiment, the sub movable body 47 imitates the pattern of a sword. By moving the sub movable body 47 away from the decorative body 53 imitating a sheath, a main body 48 (proximal to the proximal end) is imitated. The production where the present part 49) appears is performed. The sub movable body 47 is entirely configured to be non-light transmissive, and a light transmissive portion is provided in a part of the front movable portion 47a. The light from the LED located in is configured to be irradiated from the light transmission part to the front side.
  As shown in FIG. 11, a plurality of fixing bosses 53c that are spaced apart in the longitudinal direction and protrude rearward are provided on the back surface of the rear decoration portion 53b in the decorative body 53, and a supporting member is interposed via these fixing bosses 53c. 60 is disposed away from the back surface of the rear decoration portion 53b. Then, an operating member 61 whose one end is fixed to the rear movable portion 47 b of the sub movable body 47 and extends rightward from the rear movable portion 47 b is slidable between the rear decoration portion 53 b and the support member 60. It is supported by. As shown in FIGS. 8, 10 and 11, the operating member 61 has a first long hole 61a through which the fixing boss 53c is inserted, and a second long hole 61b through which the bearing portion 41a of the decorative cover 41 is inserted. The actuating member 61 is configured to move in the longitudinal direction of the decorative body 53 (main movable body 45) along the fixing boss 53c and the bearing portion 41a inserted through the long holes 61a and 61b.
(Sub drive mechanism)
The sub drive mechanism 46 that operates the sub movable body 47 basically includes a sub motor 62, a sub drive gear 62a that is rotated by the sub motor 62, and a rack portion 61c that meshes with the sub drive gear 62a. The The auxiliary motor 62 is attached to the drive mechanism attaching portion 49a from the front side, and an auxiliary driving gear 62a is disposed on an output shaft that protrudes rearward through a through hole formed in the attaching portion 49a. A rack portion 61c extending in the longitudinal direction is provided at the lower end of the operating member 61, and the tooth portion of the rack portion 61c meshes with the auxiliary drive gear 62a (see FIG. 12). That is, by driving the sub motor 62 and rotating the sub drive gear 62a in the forward and reverse directions, the sub movable body 47 fixed to the operating member 61 provided with the rack portion 61c is connected to the main movable body 45. It reciprocates linearly within a predetermined range in the longitudinal direction.
  As shown in FIG. 12, the operating member 61 is provided with a second detection piece 63 as a detected portion. In addition, a second position detection sensor 64 including an optical sensor having a light emitting element and a light receiving element is disposed on the back surface of the drive mechanism attachment portion 49a. The second detection piece 63 is provided at a position that can face between the light emitting element and the light receiving element of the second position detection sensor 64, and the second movable piece 47 moves between the light emitting element and the light receiving element. The second detection piece 63 can move and face the gap. Then, when the second detection piece 63 is detected by the second position detection sensor 64, the arrangement position of the second detection piece 63 is set so that the sub movable body 47 is located at the standby position, and the detection signal is transmitted to the control device. To be input. Note that the second position detection sensor 64 is not limited to an optical sensor, and a magnetic sensor, a microswitch, or other conventionally known sensors can be employed according to the detected portion provided on the sub movable body side.
  A front light-emitting substrate 65 having a plurality of LEDs mounted on the front surface is disposed on the front side of the drive mechanism mounting portion 49a, and the light-transmitting substrate cover 66 covers the front light-emitting substrate 65 from the front side. Is attached to the drive mechanism attaching portion 49a (see FIG. 9). And it is comprised so that the light emission effect can be performed by illuminating the board | substrate cover 66 from the back side by light-emitting LED of the front light emission board | substrate 65. FIG. The substrate cover 66 faces the rear of the light transmitting portion of the decorative member 26, and the state in which the substrate cover 66 emits light through the light transmitting portion is configured to be visible from the front side. In addition, the substrate cover 66 is subjected to a light diffusion process so that the light emission effect is improved by the light emission of the LED, and the front light emitting substrate 65 is difficult to visually recognize from the front side, thereby preventing the appearance from being deteriorated. is there.
(Roller support)
A free end portion of the main movable body 45 (movable member 43) (a base end serving as a swing center) is disposed at a distal end of the free end extending portion 50 which is a free end portion of the main movable body 45 (movable member 43). A support portion 68 provided with a roller 67 for free rotation is provided for stable movement of the end portion opposite to the first portion, and the support portion 68 includes a first support member 76 and a second support member which will be described later. It is inserted between the member 87 from the right side. As shown in FIG. 13, the roller 67 has shaft portions 67 a and 67 a that protrude from the rotation shaft center of the roller 67 to both sides in the axial direction, and both shaft portions 67 a and 67 a are supported by the support portion 68 so as to be freely rotatable. It has come to be.
  As shown in FIG. 9, the support portion 68 includes a receiving portion 69 that extends from the distal end of the free end side extending portion 50 in the main movable body 45 along the extending direction of the extending portion 50, and the receiving portion 69. An attachment member 70 that is detachably attached to the portion 69 and that supports the roller 67 so as to be freely rotatable between the receiving portion 69 and is basically configured. As shown in FIG. 13 or FIG. 14, the receiving portion 69 extends outward from a position biased rearward in the front-rear direction at the tip of the free end side extending portion 50, and is interposed between the support members 76 and 87. When the support portion 68 is inserted, it is formed in a flat plate shape facing the first support member 76 side, and the lower end portion of the receiving portion 69 (one side in the moving direction of the free end side extending portion 50) is the free end side. A predetermined length extends from the lower end of the extending portion 50. Further, the longitudinal direction of the free end side extending portion 50 (perpendicular to the moving direction of the free end side extending portion 50) is located at the front surface position corresponding to the front end surface (one surface) 50b of the free end side extending portion 50 in the receiving portion 69. Bearings 71 and 71 projecting apart from each other in such a manner as to support the shaft portions 67a and 67a of the roller 67 so as to be freely rotatable. Each bearing 71 is formed in a concave shape that opens forward in a side view shown in FIG. 14, and is configured such that the shaft portion 67a of the roller 67 is accommodated in the concave portion 71a so as to be freely rotatable. That is, with respect to the receiving portion 69 (supporting portion 68), the roller 67 has a posture in which the shaft portions 67a, 67a (the rotation axis of the roller 67) extend along the longitudinal direction of the main movable body 45 (movable member 43). Supported. In addition, as shown in FIG. 14, the depth dimension of the recessed part 71a is set slightly longer than the diameter of the axial part 67a, and the free rotation of the axial part 67a accommodated in this recessed part 71a is permitted.
  As shown in FIG. 13, the receiving portion 69 has a first opening (between the pair of bearings 71, 71) that can project the circumferential surface of the roller 67 to the rear side (first support member 76 side). An opening 69a is formed, and the circumferential surface of the roller 67 supported by the bearings 71 and 71 through the shafts 67a and 67a so as to be freely rotatable is a rear side (first) from the first opening 69a. The circumferential surface of the first support member 76 is configured to come into contact with a guide surface 77b (described later) of the first support member 76 (see FIG. 22). The opening width in the axial direction of the roller 67 in the first opening 69a is set larger than the axial thickness dimension of the roller 67, and is configured to allow the movement of the roller 67 in the axial direction within a predetermined range. Further, the opening width in the diameter direction of the roller 67 in the first opening 69a is set larger than the diameter of the roller 67, and the circumferential surface of the roller 67 is the opening edge in the diameter direction of the roller 67 in the first opening 69a. It is configured not to touch. Further, a columnar boss portion (convex portion) 72 protruding forward is provided on the front surface of the protruding portion extending downward from the tip surface 50b of the free end side extending portion 50 in the receiving portion 69, A screw hole 72a is screwed into the boss portion 72 (see FIG. 14).
  The attachment member 70 attached to the front side of the receiving portion 69 faces the second support member 87 side when the support portion 68 is inserted between first and second support members 76 and 87 described later. As shown in FIG. 15, the attachment member 70 is basically formed in a rectangular flat plate shape, and is located at a position biased to one end side in the longitudinal direction of the attachment member 70 on one long side. A restricting portion 73 as a second restricting portion protruding in the short direction of the mounting member 70 is provided, and the whole is formed in an L shape. Then, as shown in FIGS. 15 (c) and 15 (d), a cylindrical tube projecting rearward on the back surface of one end portion side in the longitudinal direction of the mounting member 70 where the restricting portion 73 of the mounting member 70 is formed. A portion (concave portion) 74 is provided. Further, a through hole 70 a having a smaller diameter than the inner diameter of the cylindrical portion 74 is formed at a position corresponding to the cylindrical portion 74 in the mounting member 70. Then, the screw 96 inserted through the through hole 70 a is screwed into the screw hole 72 a of the boss portion 72 with the tip of the boss portion 72 of the receiving portion 69 being rotatably inserted into the cylindrical portion 74 of the mounting member 70. As a result, the attachment member 70 is screwed to the receiving portion 69.
  The back surface of the mounting member 70, that is, the surface facing the front surface of the receiving portion 69 is formed flat, and when the mounting member 70 is screwed to the receiving portion 69, the back surface of the mounting member 70 is the bearings of the receiving portion 69. The roller 67 is configured to support the roller 67 so that the roller 67 can freely rotate in a state in which the shaft portions 67a and 67a are accommodated in the recesses 71a and 71a of the bearings 71 and 71. The attachment member 70 is provided with a second opening (opening) 70b having substantially the same shape as the first opening 69a at a position corresponding to the first opening 69a formed in the receiving portion 69. The circumferential surface of the roller 67 is configured to be able to protrude to the front side (second support member 87 side) from the two openings 70b.
  The attachment member 70 with respect to the receiving portion 69 is biased to one side in the longitudinal direction of the receiving portion 69 and the attachment member 70 (one side in the moving direction of the support portion 68) separated from the openings 69 a and 70 b ( The boss part 72 and the cylinder part 74) are attached at one place, and the attachment member 70 with respect to the receiving part 69 remains in a parallel posture around the boss part 72 (cylinder part 74) with the rotation axis of the roller 67. It is movable in a plane along the line (see FIG. 16). Note that an attachment portion to which the receiving portion 69 and the attachment member 70 are attached via the boss portion 72 and the cylindrical portion 74 protrudes downward from the free end side extension portion 50. An end portion that protrudes downward from the free end extending portion 50 that is one end portion in the longitudinal direction (an end portion on the side where the attachment portion is provided) may be referred to as a protruding end portion 68 a of the support portion 68.
  As shown in FIG. 16, the attachment member 70 has a side surface (a portion on one long side and not provided with the restriction portion 73) that faces the distal end surface 50 b of the free end side extending portion 50. A protrusion 75 serving as a first restricting portion that protrudes toward the distal end surface 50b of the free end side extending portion 50 is provided at a position corresponding to the approximate center in the longitudinal direction of the second opening 70b. 75 is configured to be able to contact the tip surface 50b. The first opening 69a of the receiving portion 69 and the second opening 70b of the mounting member 70 are aligned in the front-rear direction with the protrusion 75 in contact with the tip surface 50b of the free end side extending portion 50. The roller 67 supported by the receiving portion 69 and the attachment member 70 is configured to face the opening 69a, 70b in an appropriate posture. In addition, the protrusion end of the protrusion 75 is formed in an arc shape so that wear of the protrusion 75 due to contact with the tip surface 50b can be suppressed.
  The restricting portion 73 of the attachment member 70 is positioned below the lower end of the free end extending portion 50 in a state where the attachment member 70 is attached to the receiving portion 69, and the restricting portion 73 is the protrusion 75. When the mounting member 70 is rotated in a direction away from the distal end surface 50b of the free end side extending portion 50, it contacts the lower surface (other surface) 50c intersecting the distal end surface 50b of the free end side extending portion 50. Configured to be possible. In a state where the protrusion 75 is in contact with the front end surface 50b, there is a required gap between the restricting portion 73 and the lower surface 50c, and the rotation of the mounting member 70 within a required range is allowed. . In the embodiment, the gap dimension between the restricting portion 73 and the lower surface 50c in a state where the projecting portion 75 is in contact with the front end surface 50b is such that the attachment member 70 is rotated until the restricting portion 73 comes into contact with the lower surface 50c. The value is set such that the inner edge (mounting member 70) of the second opening 70b does not contact both axial side surfaces of the roller 67 supported by the bearings 71, 71. That is, as shown in FIG. 16, the attachment member 70 is in contact with the receiving portion 69 in both the state where the protrusion 75 is in contact with the tip surface 50b and the state where the restriction portion 73 is in contact with the lower surface 50c. The dimension of the opening region aligned in the front-rear direction of the first opening 69a and the second opening 70b is the outer shape of the projected shape shown in FIG. 16 of the roller body (portion excluding the shafts 67a and 67a) in the roller 67. It is set to be larger than the dimension.
  In a state where the attachment member 70 is attached to the receiving portion 69, the front surface of the attachment member 70 is configured to face substantially the same position as the front surface of the free end side extension portion 50. Incidentally, the back surface of the receiving portion 69 faces the same position as the back surface of the free end side extending portion 50, and the roller 67 protruding in front of and behind the support portion 68 is also with respect to the free end side extending portion 50. Projects in the front-rear direction. Further, the diameter of the roller 67 is set to a dimension such that the roller 67 is separated from the second support member 87 in a state where the circumferential surface of the roller 67 is in contact with a guide surface 77b of the first support member 76 described later ( (See FIG. 22). Then, when the support portion 68, that is, the free end side extension portion 50 of the main movable body 45 is displaced in a direction away from the first support member 76, the circumferential surface of the roller 67 is transferred to the second support member 87. The roller 67 is configured to abut against the first support member 76 while being in contact with the movable body.
(About the first support member)
A first support member 76 is detachably disposed from the front side of the vertical plate portion 38b of the mounting base 38 disposed in the back unit 19. The first support member 76 is a member formed entirely of a light-transmitting synthetic resin material, and as shown in FIGS. 8, 18, 19, 20, etc., the left facing surface portion of the back unit 19. A guide board 77 having a plate surface parallel to 33c, and a left extending from the right edge (the edge on the opening 19a side) of the guide board 77 to the side and disposed on the vertical plate 38b. It is basically composed of a cover 78 that covers the front side of the light emitting substrate 40. The cover portion 78 extends from the rear side to the side of the plate surface constituting the front surface of the guide board portion 77 so as not to interfere with the main movable body 45 and the sub movable body 47 in the movable member 43. Yes.
  As shown in FIG. 18, the right side surface of the guide panel 77 (the swing fulcrum side of the movable member 43) has an arcuate end surface 77 a that is curved in an arc shape around the rotation support shaft 51 of the movable member 43. Is done. Further, on the front surface of the guide board portion 77, it is separated from the arcuate end surface 77a to the left (side away from the swinging fulcrum of the movable member 43), and like the arcuate end surface 77a, the rotation support shaft 51 is centered. A guide rail 79 extending in an arc shape is projected. That is, the front surface located on the left side of the guide rail 79 in the guide panel 77 extends along the moving direction of the free end (the free end of the main movable body 45) separated from the swing fulcrum in the movable member 43. The front surface is configured to function as a guide surface 77b on which the roller 67 rolls. In addition, a notch 77 c that allows the guide wall 37 provided in the back unit 19 to be inserted forward is formed in the guide panel 77 corresponding to the notch 38 c of the vertical plate 38 b of the mounting base 38. In the state where the first support member 76 is attached to the front surface of the vertical plate portion 38b, the guide wall 37 is configured to protrude forward through the notch portion 77c.
  As shown in FIG. 18 or 20, on the left side of the guide rail 79 in the guide panel 77 (the side away from the movable member 43), it is substantially parallel to the guide rail 79 between the lower end and the notch 77c. A partition wall 80 extending in the direction is projected. The partition wall 80 protrudes forward from the guide rail 79 and is attached to the front end of the partition wall 80 with the back surface of a second support member 87 to be described later being attached to the right side (movable). A guide path 81 is defined which is opened to the member 43 side and becomes a region in which the support portion 68 (roller 67) of the main movable body 45 moves (see FIG. 19). A moving region of the support portion 68 and a routing path 92 to be described later along which the wiring bundle 36 is routed are configured to be partitioned by a partition wall 80 (see FIG. 22).
  As shown in FIGS. 18, 19, and 20, a first positioning portion (positioning portion) 82 that protrudes to the right is provided at the lower end of the partition wall 80, and supports the main movable body 45 facing the guide path 81. The protruding end portion 68a of the portion 68 is configured to abut against the first positioning portion 82 and to be restricted in movement. Further, a second positioning portion 83 that protrudes forward with the same length as the partition wall 80 is provided at the upper end portion of the front surface of the guide board portion 77, and the upper end of the support portion 68 of the main movable body 45 facing the guide path 81 is formed. The movement of the second positioning portion 83 is restricted. That is, the main movable body 45 of the movable member 43 is configured to be swingable within the range of the upper and lower positioning portions 82 and 83.
  On the left side of the guide rail 79, a first mounting boss 84 with screw holes formed in the extending direction of the guide rail 79 is provided on the guide board portion 77 at a substantially equal interval. In the embodiment, the guide board 77 between the second positioning part 83 and the notch 77c is provided with one first mounting boss 84 alone, and the guide between the notch 77c and the first positioning part 82 is provided. A plurality of first mounting bosses 84 are provided integrally with the partition wall 80 on the board portion 77 (see FIGS. 18 and 20). As shown in FIG. 18 or FIG. 20, the guide plate 77 has a second mounting boss 85 as a restricting projection spaced vertically from the left end edge of the guide plate 77. Multiple protrusions. The second mounting boss 85 protrudes forward by the same length as the first mounting boss 84 and has a screw hole. A bundling portion 86 for bundling the wiring bundle 36 with a bundling tool (not shown) is provided between the upper end edge of the guide board portion 77 and the second mounting boss 85 positioned at the top.
(About the second support member)
On the front side of the first support member 76, a second support member 87 that removably displaces in the front-rear direction on the free end side of the main movable body 45 by the first support member 76 is detachably disposed. Has been. The second support member 87 is a member formed of a light-transmitting synthetic resin material, and as shown in FIG. 17, FIG. 19 or FIG. An outer peripheral wall 89 that protrudes toward the outside is formed to increase the rigidity. In the embodiment, the outer peripheral wall 89 is not provided in a predetermined range on the lower end side of the plate-like main body 88.
  The back surface of the plate-like main body 88, that is, the surface of the first support member 76 that faces the guide plate portion 77 is formed flat, and the plate-like main body 88 has a guide plate portion 77 as shown in FIG. A through hole 88a is formed at a position corresponding to each of the first mounting boss 84 and the second mounting boss 85 provided on the first mounting boss 84. Then, with the back surface of the plate-shaped main body 88 in contact with the front ends of the first and second mounting bosses 84 and 85, screws 95 (see FIG. 17) inserted through the through holes 88a from the front side are associated with the corresponding mounting bosses. By screwing into the screw holes 84 and 85, the second support member 87 is attached to the first support member 76 in parallel by being separated by the protruding length of the mounting bosses 84 and 85. In the embodiment, the first supporting boss 84 and the screw 95 screwed into the first mounting boss 84 constitute fixing means for the support members 76 and 87.
  The right side surface of the second support member 87 (the right side surface of the plate-like main body 88 and the right side surface of the outer peripheral wall 89 provided along the right edge of the plate-like main body 88) is the first side as shown in FIG. The one support member 76 is configured to be curved in an arc shape parallel to the arc-shaped end surface 77a of the guide board portion 77 and to be aligned in the front-rear direction. The back surface of the plate-like main body 88 of the second support member 87 facing the guide surface 77b of the first support member 76 is a free end (free end of the main movable body 45) separated from the swing fulcrum of the movable member 43. The roller 67 extends in parallel along the moving direction and functions to restrict a large forward displacement of the roller 67 rolling along the guide surface 77b. In the embodiment, the distance between the guide surface 77 b of the first support member 76 and the back surface of the second support member 87 is larger than the diameter of the roller 67, and the circumferential surface of the roller 67 is that of the second support member 87. The value is set such that the movable member 43 does not come into contact with the decorative member 26 or the transparent wall 29 in a state of being in contact with the back surface. A cylindrical positioning projection 90 is provided on the back surface of the plate-shaped main body 88 at a position corresponding to the through-hole 88a at a predetermined position, and a first corresponding member of the first support member 76 corresponds to the positioning projection 90. Or the 2nd support member 87 is positioned with respect to the 1st support member 76 by inserting the front end of the 2nd attachment boss | hub 84,85 (refer FIG. 21 or FIG. 22).
  On the left side of the plate-shaped main body 88 (the side that is separated from the movable member 43), as shown in FIG. 17, FIG. 19, FIG. An extending wiring holding portion 91 is provided. As shown in FIG. 22, the wiring pressing portion 91 is separated from the front surface of the guide plate portion 77 of the first support member 76 with the second support member 87 attached to the first support member 76, and the guide plate portion 77. It functions to prevent the wire bundle 36 routed around the front side of the guide plate 77 from being lifted from the front side of the guide panel portion 77. Further, as shown in FIG. 24, the wiring holding portion 91 has an extended end portion close to the left image wall portion (wall portion) 34c of the back unit 19 with the second support member 87 attached to the first support member 76. positioned. The first support member 76 (guide board portion 77), the wiring holding portion 91, and the left wall portion 34c define a routing path 92 for the wiring bundle 36, and the wiring bundle 36 extends in the vertical direction in the path 92. (See FIG. 17). The spacing between the left wall portion 34 c of the back unit 19 and the wiring pressing portion 91 is set to a value at which the wiring bundle 36 cannot pass, and the wiring bundle 36 routed through the routing path 92 is from the second support member 87. It is configured to prevent displacement to the front side.
  As shown in FIG. 18 or FIG. 22, the second mounting bosses 85, 85 provided on the first support member 76 are located on the right side of the routing path 92 (the side away from the left image wall 34c of the back unit 19). The second mounting boss 85 is configured to function as a restricting protrusion that restricts the displacement of the wire bundle 36 routed around the routing path 92 toward the moving region of the roller 67.
  An engaged portion 93 is provided at the upper right end of the second support member 87 so that the engaging portion 26b provided on the decorative member 26 is detachably engaged. As shown in FIG. 23, the engaged portion 93 is formed with an engagement hole 93a that is formed in a columnar shape and that allows the engagement portion 26b protruding rearward to pass therethrough. The engaging portion 26b is inserted into the joint hole 93a from the front side. The engaging portion 26b of the decorative member 26 is provided with a plurality of radially projecting ribs 26d on the outer periphery of the root portion separated from the projecting end portion. The outer diameter at the formation position is set larger than the engagement hole 93a. That is, when the protruding end portion of the engaging portion 26b is inserted into the engaging hole 93a, the rib 26d abuts on the opening edge portion of the engaging hole 93a (the contacted portion 93 is contacted to regulate the position, whereby the second The support member 87 is configured to prevent forward displacement.
  The plate-like main body 88 of the second support member 87 is provided with a guide wall 94 that extends forward in alignment with the front side of the guide wall 37 provided in the back unit 19 (see FIGS. 17 and 20). The through hole 94 a defined in the guide wall 94 and penetrating in the front-rear direction communicates with the through hole 37 a defined by the guide wall 37. That is, the through-hole 94a of the guide wall 94 is used to attach the gate sensor to the gate 30 together with the through-hole 37a of the guide wall 37, and also serves as a passage for drawing out the wiring derived from the gate sensor to the back side of the back unit 19. Function. The left end surface of the guide wall 37 of the back unit 19 is separated from the left image wall portion 34 c of the back unit 19, and the guide wall 37 is connected to the roller 67 by the wiring bundle 36 routed around the routing path 92. It also functions as a member that restricts displacement to the moving region side.
(Effects of Example)
Next, the operation of the pachinko machine according to the above-described embodiment will be described.
  The pachinko balls launched into the game area 18a flow down the outer periphery of the decorative member 26, and when the pachinko balls enter the ball introduction part 28, the pachinko balls are passed out to the stage 27, and After rolling the stage 27 to the left and right, it is discharged to the game area 18a, and this pachinko ball can be awarded to the start winning device 23, the normal winning device 25, or the like. When the pachinko ball wins the start winning device 23, the symbols on the symbol display device 13 start to fluctuate, and a required symbol combination game is developed. As a result of the symbol variation game developed on the symbol display device 13, a big hit occurs when symbols are stopped and displayed on the symbol display device 13 in a predetermined symbol combination. Then, when a big hit occurs, according to the symbol combination displayed on the symbol display device 13, the winning opening 24a of the special winning device 24 provided below the game board 17 is opened, and a large number of winning balls can be obtained. It becomes possible.
  When the pachinko ball flowing down the game area 18a on the lateral portion of the decorative member 26 passes through the gate 30, the control device, on the condition that the ball detection signal is input from the gate sensor, the start winning device 23. A lottery is performed as to whether or not to open the blade members 23b, 23b. If the winning result is a lottery, the blade members 23b and 23b of the start winning device 23 are opened, and the winning probability to the lower start winning port 23a is increased.
  In accordance with the effect of the symbol variation game developed on the symbol display device 13, the operation of the movable effect device 42 is controlled, and the movable bodies 45 and 47 are operated to enhance the interest of the game by dynamic effects. . In addition, the LEDs of the various light emitting boards 39, 40, 52, and 65 disposed on the game board 17 are controlled to emit light according to the effect of the symbol variation game, and the entertainment of the game is improved by the effect of the light emission.
  In the first position shown in FIG. 3, the movable member 43 extends horizontally in the left-right direction along the lower end edge of the opening 19a in the back unit 19, and a part of the movable member 43 in this state. Is facing the rear side of the transparent wall 29 provided in the lower part of the window 26a of the decorative member 26. At this time, the movable member 43 faces the front side of the part of the decorative cover 41 that covers the lower light emitting substrate 39, and the light emission effect by the LEDs of the lower light emitting substrate 39 becomes invisible from the front side. Yes. However, since the front decorative portion 53a of the decorative body 53 and the front movable portion 47a of the auxiliary movable body 47 constituting the front surface of the movable member 43 are provided with light transmitting portions, respectively, the light emitting substrate 52 for the movable body is provided. The light from the LED is irradiated to the transparent wall 29 through the light transmission part. That is, at the first position of the movable member 43, the light emission effect by the LEDs of the movable body light emitting substrate 52 provided on the movable member 43 can be visually recognized from the front side, and the lower light emitting substrate 39 in the decorative cover 41 is arranged by the movable member 43. A decrease in the light emission effect due to the hiding of the part corresponding to the installation part is prevented.
  The main drive gear 54a and the driven gear 55 are rotated in a predetermined direction by the drive of the main motor 54 in the main drive mechanism 44, whereby the movable member 43 (the main movable member) is fixed to the gear member 56 that meshes with the driven gear 55. The body 45) moves obliquely upward with the rotation support shaft 51 as the center. As shown in FIG. 6, when the movable member 43 reaches the second position, the movable member 43 is positioned so as to obliquely cross substantially the center of the window 26a in the decorative member 26 and gives an impact to the player. Can enhance the fun of the game. Further, as the movable member 43 moves to the second position, the light from the LED of the lower light emitting substrate 39 is irradiated to the transparent wall 29 through the decorative cover 41, and the player pays attention to the above. A lighting effect can be produced around the stage 27. In this state, the sub drive gear 62a is rotated in a predetermined direction by driving of the sub motor 62 of the sub drive mechanism 46, so that it is fixed to the operating member 61 provided with the rack portion 61c meshing with the sub drive gear 62a. The sub movable body 47 moves linearly in a direction away from the decorative body 53 provided on the main movable body 45. That is, as the sub movable body 47 moves away from the decorative body 53, the base end side extension portion 49 of the main movable body 45 is exposed as shown in FIG. The production can be performed at the center of the window 26a of the decorative member 26, and the production effect can be improved. The main motor 54 and the sub motor 62 are controlled to rotate based on the detection signal of the first detection piece 57 by the first position detection sensor 58 and the detection signal of the second detection piece 63 by the second position detection sensor 64. The main movable body 45 is moved between the first position and the second position, and the sub movable body 47 is moved between the standby position and the operating position.
  In the movable member 43, a roller 67 is supported on the free end portion of the main movable body 45 via the support portion 68 so as to be freely rotatable, and the support portion 68 includes the back unit as shown in FIG. 19 is inserted into a guide path 81 defined by a first support member 76 and a second support member 87 disposed in the space 19. Further, the circumferential surface of the roller 67 protruding from the first opening 69 a of the receiving portion 69 in the support portion 68 is in contact with the guide surface 77 b of the first support member 76 in a rollable state. Therefore, when the movable member 43 moves between the first position and the second position, the roller 67 rolls along the guide surface 77b, so that the free end side of the long movable member 43 is Move stably. Further, the second support member 87 disposed with the roller 67 sandwiched with respect to the first support member 76 is separated from the roller 67 in contact with the guide surface 77b of the first support member 76 ( 22), the free end portion of the movable member 43 is stably and smoothly moved by the smooth rolling of the roller 67 without inhibiting the rolling of the roller 67.
  Since the movable member 43 is long, the other end portion (free end portion) in the longitudinal direction is larger than the portion rotatably supported by the rotation support shaft 51 at one end portion (base end portion) in the longitudinal direction. There is a risk that the movable member 43 is displaced in the front-rear direction due to vibrations and the like generated during the game of the pachinko machine 10. However, in the pachinko machine 10 according to the embodiment, when the movable member 43 (main movable body 45) is displaced in the direction away from the first support member 76 (forward), the second support member 87 is attached to the support portion 68. The circumferential surface of the roller 67 protruding from the second opening 70b of the member 70 abuts so as to be able to roll, and a large displacement of the movable member 43 can be suppressed. That is, a large displacement of the movable member 43 can be suppressed, and the free end portion (support portion 68) of the movable member 43 does not deviate from the guide path 81 defined by the both support members 76 and 87. The occurrence of a situation that hinders the operation of the member 43 can be prevented. Further, in the movable member 43 in which the sub movable body 47 is further movably disposed with respect to the main movable body 45 as in the embodiment, the movable member 43 may vibrate when the sub movable body 47 is moved. Also in this case, as described above, the displacement of the movable member 43 on the free end side can be suppressed by the roller 67 and the support members 76 and 87.
  Here, the movable member 43 may be displaced not only in the front-rear direction but also in the moving direction of the movable member 43 due to vibration generated in the pachinko machine 10 or the like. In this case, when the roller 67 is in contact with the second support member 87, the roller 67 is separated from the guide surface 77 b of the first support member 76, so that the roller 67 is in contact with the second support member 87. When the movable member 43 is displaced in the moving direction in this state, it is possible to prevent the roller 67 from rolling and to prevent the sliding resistance from being applied, and to prevent a large load from being applied to the roller 67 and the support portion 68. Damage can be prevented. It should be noted that the game board 17 with various parts such as the movable effect device 42 is packed alone and transported from the factory to the game shop, or the pachinko machine 10 itself with the game board 17 assembled to the inner frame 12. When the game board 17 is transported from the factory to the game store, the orientation of the game board 17 is not always maintained, and therefore the direction in which the movable member 43 is displaced by vibration during transportation is not fixed. Thus, even in a condition where the direction in which the movable member 43 is displaced is not fixed, the support portion 68 of the movable member 43 is prevented from being detached or damaged from the guide path 81 defined by the both support members 76 and 87. be able to.
  As described above, the second support member 87 is formed with respect to the first support member 76. The first mounting boss 84, the second mounting boss 85, and the front end (protruding end) of the partition wall 80 project from the first support member 76. Are fixed by screws 95 that are screwed into the bosses 84 and 85 in a state of being in contact with the back surface of the second support member 76. As shown in FIG. 18, the plurality of first mounting bosses 84 are spaced apart at equal intervals along the guide path 81 along which the roller 67 disposed on the movable member 43 moves. The separation interval of the portion defining the guide path 81 of the second support member 87 can be maintained at equal intervals over the entire region in the extending direction of the guide path 81. That is, the front and rear widths of the support members 76 and 87 that define the guide path 81 are too close to the appropriate value, so that the roller 67 simultaneously contacts the support members 76 and 87 in the guide path 81. And the front and rear widths of the support members 76 and 87 are too far apart from the appropriate values, so that the roller 67 abuts on the support members 76 and 87 and is regulated. An increase in the amount of displacement in the front-rear direction can be prevented.
  As shown in FIG. 16, the attachment member 70 is attached to the receiving portion 69 that supports the roller 67 in the support portion 68 at one position displaced from the formation position of the openings 69 a and 70 b toward one end side in the longitudinal direction. Installed with screws. That is, it is possible to rotate the mounting member 70 while maintaining a parallel posture with respect to the receiving portion 69, and the axial side surface (shaft portion 67a) of the roller 67 due to a molding error or an assembly error of each component. , 67a (side surfaces of the roller body) except for 67a and 67a may come into contact with the inner edge of the second opening 70b of the mounting member 70. It is possible to prevent the inner edge of the two openings 70b from coming into contact, and to prevent the smooth rolling of the roller 67 from being inhibited, the smooth operation of the movable member 43 can be achieved.
  Further, the rotation range of the attachment member 70 with respect to the receiving portion 69 is such that the protrusion 75 and the restriction portion 73 provided on the attachment member 70 abut on the tip surface 50b and the lower surface 50c of the free end side extension portion 50. Set to range. As shown in FIG. 16, this range corresponds to the first opening 69a and the second opening both in the state where the protrusion 75 is in contact with the front end surface 50b and in the state where the restriction portion 73 is in contact with the lower surface 50c. The dimension of the opening region aligned in the front-rear direction with the portion 70 b is set to be larger than the outer dimension of the projected shape shown in FIG. That is, by rotating the attachment member 70 with respect to the receiving portion 69, it is possible to prevent the roller 67 from coming into contact with the inner edge of the second opening 70b and hindering smooth rolling.
  The movable member 43 is supported in a state where the protruding end portion 68a of the support portion 68 is in contact with the first positioning portion 82 of the first support member 76 as shown in FIG. That is, the load at the free end portion of the long movable member 43 is supported by the protruding end portion 68 a of the support portion 68. Since the protruding end 68a is an end portion on the side of the support portion 68 where the boss portion 72 of the receiving portion 69 and the cylindrical portion 74 of the mounting member 70 are fitted and screwed, the rigidity is high. By supporting the load of the movable member 43 (main movable body 45) by the protruding end portion 68a, the load of the movable member 43 (main movable body 45) on the support portion of the roller 67 by the receiving portion 69 and the attachment member 70 is supported. The influence can be suppressed. That is, when the movable member 43 returns from the second position to the first position, since the movable member 43 is long, the inertia on the free end side is large, and the projecting end portion 68a becomes the first positioning portion 82. Although there is a possibility of collision, the impact on the supporting portion of the roller 67 can be suppressed by receiving the impact at the protruding end 68a having high rigidity.
  As shown in FIG. 24, a wiring bundle 36 in which wirings of a plurality of light emitting substrates disposed on the upper facing surface portion 33a of the back unit 19 are bundled, as shown in FIG. 24, a guide board portion 77 and a second supporting member of the first supporting member 76. After the routing path 92 defined by the wiring holding portion 91 of 87 and the left wall portion 34c of the back unit 19 is routed from the upper side to the lower side (see FIGS. 17 and 18), the lower facing of the back unit 19 The relay board is connected to the back side of the surface portion 33b. The wiring bundle 36 routed around the routing path 92 is prevented from being displaced forward by the wiring pressing portion 91 of the second support member 87 and is prevented from being displaced forward, and the extended end portion of the wiring pressing portion 91 Since the spacing between the back unit 19 and the left image wall 34c is set to a value that the wiring bundle 36 cannot pass through, the wiring bundle 36 routed in the vertical direction along the left facing surface portion 33c It does not extend forward from the front end of the unit 19. Therefore, when the plate member 18 and the back unit 19 are assembled, the wiring bundle 36 is not sandwiched between the members 18 and 19, and the occurrence of disconnection or the like can be prevented. Further, when assembling the plate member 18 and the back unit 19, it is not necessary to take care not to pinch the wiring bundle 36 and workability is good. In the embodiment, the first support member 76 and the second support member that restrict the movement and displacement of the left image wall 34c of the back unit 19 where the movable effect device 42 is disposed and the movable member 43 of the movable effect device 42 are restricted. 87 is used to define the routing route 92 of the wiring bundle 36. Therefore, there is no need to provide a part that functions only to define the route 92, and the number of parts is reduced and the number of assembly steps is reduced. In addition, the assembly structure can be simplified.
  The second mounting boss 85 for fixing the first support member 76 and the second support member 87 is located between the routing path 92 and the guide path 81 as shown in FIGS. The displacement of the wiring bundle 36 routed around the routing path 92 toward the guide path 81 is restricted by the second mounting boss 85. That is, the wiring bundle 36 moves to the guide path 81 side, which is the movement area of the roller 67, and the movement of the movable member 43 is hindered when the wiring bundle 36 contacts or is caught by the roller 67. The bundle 36 can be prevented from being damaged. Further, by using the second mounting boss 85 for fixing the support members 76 and 87 as a part for restricting the displacement of the wiring bundle 36, the number of parts and the number of assembling steps can be increased by providing a dedicated part. Can be suppressed, and the assembly structure can be simplified.
  The partition wall 80 that is provided on the first support member 76 and defines the guide path 81, as shown in FIGS. 18 and 22, supports both the guide path 81 and the routing path 92. Displacement of the wiring bundle 36 that is located between the members 76 and 87 and is routed along the routing path 92 by the partition wall 80 toward the guide path 81 is reliably regulated. That is, it is possible to prevent the movable member 43 (main movable body 45) and the wiring bundle 36 from interfering with each other, thereby achieving smooth movement of the movable member 43 (main movable body 45). In the embodiment, the left end surface of the guide wall 37 provided in the back unit 19 and inserted through the notch 77c of the first support member 76 and extending forward is separated from the left image wall 34c (see FIG. 4), the wiring bundle 36 is routed between the left end face of the guide wall 37 and the left picture wall 34c. That is, the guide wall 37 provided for attaching the gate sensor and inserting the wiring of the gate sensor also functions as a member that regulates the displacement of the wiring bundle 36 routed along the routing path 92 toward the guide path 81. is doing.
  As shown in FIG. 23, the second support member 87 is provided with an engaged portion 93 in which an engagement hole 93 a penetrating in the front-rear direction is provided, and the decoration disposed on the plate member 18 is provided. The engagement member 26b provided in the member 26 is inserted into the engagement hole 93a from the front side, and the decoration member 26 is attached in a state where the rib 26d provided in the engagement portion 26b is in contact with the engaged portion 93. Further, by fixing the plate member 18 to the back unit 19, the forward displacement of the second support member 87 is restricted. Accordingly, the distance between the second support member 87 and the first support member 76 can be kept constant, and the range when the roller 67 of the movable member 43 is displaced in the front-rear direction can be kept constant.
  In the embodiment, the second support member 87 has not only a function of restricting the displacement of the roller 67 disposed on the movable member 43 but also the displacement of the wiring bundle 36 by the wiring pressing portion 91 provided on the plate-like main body 88. Therefore, it is not necessary to prepare parts having each function separately, so that the number of parts can be reduced and the number of assembling steps can be reduced. Therefore, it is not necessary to provide the back unit 19 or the first support member 76 with a structure for separately assembling components having each function, and the assembly structure can be simplified.
(Example of change)
The present application is not limited to the configuration of the above-described embodiment, and other configurations can be appropriately employed.
(1) In the embodiment, the game board is composed of a wooden board member and a back unit. However, the game board may be composed of a transparent board and a back unit formed of a transparent material such as acrylic, or a wooden board. Alternatively, the game board may be composed of only a plate member made of synthetic resin (either transparent or opaque).
(2) In the embodiment, the attachment part of the receiving part and the attachment member is a position biased to the lower side which is one of the moving directions of the support part (main movable body), but the position biased to the upper side. Also good.
(3) In the embodiment, the boss part (convex part) provided in the receiving part is fitted into the cylindrical part (recessed part) provided in the attachment member. A configuration may be employed in which a portion (convex portion) is provided and screwed in a state in which both are fitted.
(4) In the embodiment, one end portion in the longitudinal direction of the movable member (main movable body) is rotatably supported by the right lower end portion of the back unit so as to swing, but the movable member (main movable body) is The position to be rotatably supported may be either left or right opposite to the embodiment, or the left end or the right end on the upper end side of the back unit, and the support position is not limited.
(5) In the embodiment, the movable member (main movable body) is configured to swing while supporting one end portion in the longitudinal direction of the movable member (main movable body). However, the movable member (main movable body) is configured to move linearly. It may be what you did. In this case, the rollers according to the configuration of the embodiment may be disposed at both ends of the movable member (main movable body) in the longitudinal direction, and a pair of support members may be provided with the rollers interposed therebetween.
(6) In the embodiment, the sub movable body is movably disposed on the main movable body as the movable member. However, the movable member may be composed of only the main movable body.
(7) The drive mechanism (main drive mechanism) that operates the movable member (main movable body) is not limited to one using a motor as a drive source, and one using a linear actuator such as a solenoid can be adopted. The mechanism for transmitting power from the drive source is not limited to that using gears, and other mechanisms such as a link mechanism can be used.
(8) In the embodiment, a plurality of wiring pressing portions are provided apart from the end edge portion of the second support member. However, the wiring pressing portions are provided continuously over the entire length of the edge of the second support member. Also good. In addition, you may provide the to-be-engaged part which the engaging part of a decoration member engages in a wiring holding | suppressing part, and in this structure, a wiring holding | suppressing part can be pressed from the front side with a decoration member, and position control can be carried out.
(9) In the embodiment, the second mounting boss projecting from the first support member is used as the control projection that regulates the displacement of the wire bundle, but the mounting boss for fixing the first support member to the second support member And the mounting boss may function as a restricting protrusion. Alternatively, it is also possible to provide mounting bosses on both support members, and to form the restricting projections with both mounting bosses.
(10) Although the partition wall protrudes from the first support member in the embodiment, the partition wall may protrude from the second support member. Or you may provide a partition wall in both support members, respectively.
(11) In the embodiment, the partition wall that divides the moving area of the roller and the routing path is not provided over the entire area of the guide path (moving area) where the roller moves. ) May be provided in the entire area. Further, the partition walls are not continuous and may be provided discontinuously within a range in which the displacement of the wiring bundle toward the guide path (moving region) can be regulated.
(12) The gaming machine is not limited to a pachinko machine, but may be various other gaming machines such as an arrangement ball machine or a slot machine using a pachinko ball.
42 Movable production device 45 Main movable body (movable body)
50b Tip surface (one side)
50c Bottom (other side)
67 Roller 68 Supporting part 69 Receiving part 69a First opening (opening)
70 mounting member 70b second opening (opening)
72 Boss (convex)
73 Regulatory Department (Second Regulatory Department)
74 Tube (recess)
75 Protrusion (first regulating part)
76 1st support member 82 1st positioning part (positioning part)
84 First mounting boss (fixing means)
87 Second support member 95 Screw (fixing means)

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  1. In a gaming machine equipped with a movable effect device that produces an effect by the action of a movable body,
    The movable effect device is:
    A first support member and a second support member extending along the moving direction of the movable body at a predetermined interval;
    A support provided on the movable body and inserted between the support members;
    A roller disposed on the support portion so as to be freely rotatable, and a roller that rolls with a circumferential surface coming into contact with the first support member when the movable body moves;
    The gaming machine is configured such that when the movable body is displaced in a direction away from the first support member, a circumferential surface of the roller comes into contact with the second support member in a rollable manner.
  2. The support portion includes a receiving portion that is provided on the movable body and faces the first support member, and an attachment member that faces the second support member and supports the roller so as to freely rotate between the support portion and the support portion. Configured,
    The receiving portion is formed with an opening through which the circumferential surface of the roller can protrude toward the first support member, and the circumferential surface of the roller can protrude toward the second support member toward the mounting member. An opening is formed,
    2. The attachment member is attached to the receiving portion so as to be rotatable in a plane along a rotation axis of the roller at a position biased forward or backward in the moving direction of the support portion with respect to the roller. Game machines.
  3.   A first restricting portion for positioning the attachment member at a position where the attachment member abuts one surface of the movable body and aligns the opening of the receiving portion with the opening of the attachment member, and the first restriction portion is movable A second restricting portion capable of facing and abutting against the other surface of the movable body intersecting with the one surface while being in contact with the one surface of the body, wherein the first restricting portion is separated from the one surface of the movable body The gaming machine according to claim 2, wherein the rotation of the mounting member is restricted by the second restricting portion coming into contact with the other surface of the movable body within a range in which the inner edge of the opening does not contact the roller.
  4.   When the movable body stops at the end of movement, the convex portion and the concave portion provided in the receiving portion and the mounting member are fitted on the end portion side that contacts the positioning portion of the support portion and supports the load of the movable body. The game machine according to claim 2 or 3, wherein the game machine is screwed.
  5.   The gaming machine according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the first support member and the second support member are fixed by fixing means at positions spaced apart at equal intervals in the moving direction of the movable body.
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