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JP2016123428A
JP2016123428A JP2014263832A JP2014263832A JP2016123428A JP 2016123428 A JP2016123428 A JP 2016123428A JP 2014263832 A JP2014263832 A JP 2014263832A JP 2014263832 A JP2014263832 A JP 2014263832A JP 2016123428 A JP2016123428 A JP 2016123428A
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悠嗣 田幡
Yuji Tabata
悠嗣 田幡
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Provided is a gaming machine capable of smoothly moving an accessory along a guide rail and suppressing material costs. A slider 150 is attached to a lower end portion of the accessory 100, and a guide rail 160 is provided on the front surface of the gaming machine to guide the slider 150 so that the slider 150 can move. The friction coefficient of the slider 150 against the guide rail 160 from the accessory 100 is provided. Therefore, the slider 150 can move smoothly along the guide rail 160, whereby the accessory 100 can be moved smoothly along the guide rail 160. Further, since the slider 150 is attached to the accessory 100, the material cost can be suppressed as compared with the case where the entire accessory is made of a fluororesin having a small friction coefficient. [Selection] Figure 20

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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine provided with an accessory provided so as to be movable on the front surface of the gaming machine.

In gaming machines such as pachinko machines and slot machines in recent years, an accessory that moves in front of the gaming machine is provided in conjunction with various effects displayed on the liquid crystal display unit (see, for example, Patent Document 1).
In the gaming machine described in Patent Document 1, an arm-shaped movable accessory is provided on the front surface of the gaming machine so as to be rotatable about the base end portion, and a guide rail is provided for guiding the locus of the distal end portion of the movable accessory. It has been. The guide rail is provided with a slider, and the slider reciprocates left and right along the guide rail. And the front-end | tip part of an arm-shaped movable accessory is connected with this slider. Therefore, the arm-shaped movable accessory can be smoothly rotated with a stable behavior without brill.

JP 2010-18809 A

By the way, when using a guide rail on the front of a gaming machine to move an accessory to the left or right, for example, the lower end of the accessory may be slidably provided on the guide rail. When becomes large, a large load acts on the guide rail that supports the lower end portion of the accessory from the accessory. For this reason, there is a possibility that the accessory becomes difficult to move smoothly along the guide rail, or is caught by the guide rail and cannot be moved.
Moreover, in order to smoothly move the lower end portion of the accessory along the guide rail, it is conceivable to form the accessory itself with a material having a small friction coefficient, but when the accessory itself is formed with such a material, There is a problem that the material cost increases.

  The present invention has been made in view of the above circumstances, and an object thereof is to provide a gaming machine capable of smoothly moving an accessory along a guide rail and suppressing material costs.

In order to achieve the above object, the gaming machine of the present invention is a gaming machine provided with an accessory provided movably on the front surface of the gaming machine,
A slider is attached to at least one end in a direction intersecting the moving direction of the accessory,
A guide rail for movably guiding the slider is provided on the front surface of the gaming machine,
A surface treatment portion having a smaller coefficient of friction with respect to the guide rail than the accessory is provided on at least a surface of the slider that is in sliding contact with the guide rail.

  Here, “at least the surface of the slider that is in sliding contact with the guide rail is provided with a surface treatment portion that has a smaller friction coefficient with respect to the guide rail than the accessory” means that the entire slider is made of a material with a small friction coefficient. To include.

In the present invention, the surface of the slider that is in sliding contact with the guide rail is provided with a surface treatment portion that has a smaller coefficient of friction with respect to the guide rail than the accessory, so that the slider can move smoothly along the guide rail. This makes it possible to smoothly move the accessory along the guide rail.
Further, since the slider is attached to the accessory, the surface treatment portion having a small friction coefficient need only be formed on at least the surface of the slider that is in sliding contact with the guide rail. For this reason, the entire accessory is made of a material having a small friction coefficient. Compared with the case of forming, the material cost can be suppressed.

  Moreover, the said structure of this invention WHEREIN: The said surface treatment part may be formed by the fluorine process.

  Here, “the surface treatment portion is formed by fluorine processing” includes forming the entire slider with a fluororesin.

  According to such a structure, the surface treatment part with a smaller friction coefficient with respect to a guide rail than an accessory can be easily formed in a slider by fluorine processing.

  ADVANTAGE OF THE INVENTION According to this invention, while being able to move an accessory smoothly along a guide rail, material cost can be suppressed.

1 is a perspective view showing a gaming machine according to an embodiment of the present invention. It is a side view showing an upper door and an exchange unit. It is a perspective view which shows an upper door equally. It is an exploded perspective view which shows an upper door same as the above. It is a perspective view which shows a cabinet base same as the above. It is a perspective view showing a slide base unit. FIG. 2 is an exploded perspective view showing the slide base unit. It is a perspective view of a slide base unit showing the state where an accessory moved to the central part side. It is a perspective view of the principal part showing a slider and a stopper same as the above. It is an exploded perspective view showing an accessory and a movement base. It is a perspective view which shows the back side of an accessory in the same way. It is a perspective view which shows the back side of a movement base same as the above. It is a front view which shows the state which has a rotary combination in a rotation stop position similarly. It is a front view which shows the state which has a rotary combination in a rotation position. It is a rear view which shows the state in which a rotation accessory is in a rotation stop position. It is a rear view which shows the state which has a rotary combination in a rotation position similarly. It is an enlarged perspective view which shows the lower end part of a movement base same as the above. It is a perspective view which shows the state which looked at the slide base from diagonally downward. It is a perspective view which shows a movement base and a slide similarly. It is a perspective view which shows a movement base and a guide rail equally. It is a perspective view which shows the state which looked at the cabinet upper unit from diagonally downward. It is a perspective view which shows a front cover panel similarly. It is a sectional side view of a cabinet upper unit. It is a perspective view which shows an illumination panel and an irradiation part similarly. It is a perspective view which shows the state which decomposed | disassembled the irradiation part similarly with the illumination panel. It is sectional drawing of the upper edge part of an irradiation part and an illumination panel equally. FIG. 3 is an exploded perspective view of the upper unit of the cabinet. It is a rear view of the cabinet upper unit which shows the state which attached the front cover panel similarly. It is a rear view of the cabinet upper unit which shows the state which fixed the front cover panel by the side edge fixing member. It is a rear view of the cabinet upper unit which shows the state which fixed the illumination panel with the fixing member.

  Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings. In this embodiment, the case where the present invention is applied to a slot machine, which is one of the gaming machines, will be described as an example. However, the present invention is not limited to the slot machine and is applied to a gaming machine such as a pachinko machine having a rotating reel. May be.

First, a schematic configuration of a slot machine M to which the invention is applied will be described.
FIG. 1 is a perspective view showing the slot machine M. FIG. The slot machine M includes a housing 1, and the housing 1 includes a bottom plate, left and right side plates, a top plate, and a back plate, and a box having a front opening that opens to the front side of the housing 1. It is formed into a shape. Note that a power supply unit or the like incorporating a power supply device (not shown) for supplying power to each component is provided on the upper surface of the bottom plate.

Further, the left and right side plates of the housing 1 are provided with intermediate plates (not shown) so as to be horizontal at the approximate center in the height direction of the housing 1. It is divided into Therefore, the front opening portion of the housing 1 is divided into two parts, that is, an upper opening portion that opens an upper portion thereof and a lower opening portion that opens a lower portion thereof.
A front door 3 that closes the front opening of the housing 1 so as to be openable and closable is provided on the front of the housing 1, and the front door 3 includes an upper door 30 that closes the top of the opening so as to be openable and closable. And a lower door 40 that closes the lower opening portion so as to be openable and closable.

In the housing 1, an exchange unit 2 is detachably provided on the upper surface of the intermediate plate. As shown in FIG. 2, the exchange unit 2 includes a frame body 21 that is a metal frame assembled in a substantially rectangular parallelepiped shape, a reel unit 22 supported by the frame body 21, and a substrate unit fixed to the frame body 21. (Not shown).
The reel unit 22 includes three stepping motors (not shown) provided on the frame body 21 and three rotary reels 23 fixed to the output shaft of each stepping motor. The board unit is a board case in which a board provided with electronic components such as a CPU, ROM, RAM, and I / O is stored in a board case. The board unit functions as a game control device for controlling the game of the slot machine M.

As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the upper door 30 includes a cabinet base 30a, a barrier unit 30b fixed inside the rear surface of the cabinet base 30a, and a cabinet upper unit 30c fixed on the front side of the cabinet base 30a. It consists of and.
The upper door 30 is provided with an upper door hinge (not shown) at one longitudinal side edge thereof. On the other hand, the frame 21 of the replacement unit 2 is provided with a frame-side hinge (not shown). By engaging the upper-door hinge with the frame-side hinge, the upper door 30 is replaced with the replacement unit 2. The frame body 21 is rotatably attached.

  The slot machine M has a separate casing type structure, and the exchange unit 2 to which the upper door 30 is pivotally attached is exchanged when the model is exchanged at the amusement store. The case 1, the lower door 40, the power supply unit, the hopper device, etc. in the case 1 remain attached to the island facility of the amusement store and are not exchanged when the model is changed. Further, the slot machine M is not limited to the separated casing type, and may replace the entire slot machine when changing models. In this case, the front door 3 may have an integrated structure that does not divide the upper door 30 and the lower door 40. Moreover, when dividing into the upper door 30 and the lower door 40, you may attach the upper door 30 to the side plate of the housing | casing 1 so that rotation is possible.

Further, as shown in FIG. 3, the upper door 30 includes a symbol display window 31 that allows the symbol of the rotary reel 23 (see FIG. 2) to be seen from the front at a substantially central portion. The symbol display window 31 is formed so that three symbols of each rotary reel 23 can be displayed.
Above the symbol display window 31, there is provided an image display window 37 that is provided on the barrier unit 30b and that allows an image display unit 34 (shown in FIG. 4) configured of a liquid crystal display device to be viewed from the front. The image display unit 34 is for displaying an image of information such as a symbol arrangement of each winning combination and a game history, an image for informing a game state and a lottery result of the winning combination, and the like. Speaker covers 39 and 39 for covering speakers 38 and 38 (see FIG. 4) for outputting various sounds are provided on the left and right of the lower portion of the upper door 30, respectively. As shown in FIG. 4, the speakers 38, 38 are provided at the lower part of the barrier unit 30b so as to be separated from each other on the left and right.
Further, as shown in FIG. 1, lamps 33a, 33b, and 33c for performing notification and the like are provided on the upper part and the left and right sides of the image display window 37.

  As shown in FIG. 4, the cabinet base 30 a of the upper door 30 is provided in a frame shape having an opening at the center, and a separation band 30 d that divides the opening vertically is provided at a substantially center of the opening. The upper side of the opening is a display window 30e, and the lower side is a reel window 30f. Further, the speaker cover 39, 39 is provided at the lower part of the cabinet base 30a.

On the left side of the display window 30e of the cabinet base 30a, a fixed accessory 60 is provided as shown in FIG. The fixed combination 60 includes a plurality of pseudo gears 61, and the pseudo gears 61 are respectively attached to the rotation shafts of a plurality of gears (not shown) provided on the back side of the fixed combination 60. The gears mesh with each other, and one gear is rotated by a motor (not shown) (for example, a stepping motor) so that all gears rotate in conjunction with each other. The pseudo gear 61 rotates in conjunction with the rotation of the gear.
The pseudo gear has teeth on the outer peripheral portion, but the teeth of the gears are not meshed and only appear to mesh. The pseudo gear is formed by a lens member, and an LED substrate is provided on the back side of the pseudo gear, and the pseudo gear is lit or blinked by the LED provided on the LED substrate.
The rotation, lighting, and blinking of the pseudo gear are appropriately performed according to game effects.

  Further, as shown in FIG. 4, a vibration accessory 65 is provided on the right side of the reel window 30 f. The vibration accessory 65 includes a vibration motor, an LED board, and the like inside, and the front is decorated such that square-shaped pseudo buttons are arranged vertically and horizontally. In such a vibrating accessory 65, it vibrates and lights up or blinks according to the effect of the game.

  In addition, the barrier unit 30b of the upper door 30 is provided in a frame shape having an opening at the center, similarly to the cabinet base 30a, and a separation band 30g that divides the opening vertically is provided at the substantially center of the opening. The image display unit 34 is provided in the upper window portion of the opening. The window 30h below the opening is a reel window, and a transparent protective panel 30i is provided on the window 30h. The separation band 30g is provided with a plurality of holes 31 at predetermined intervals along the longitudinal direction of the separation band 30g, and an LED substrate (not shown) is provided on the back side of the separation band 30g. Faces the hole 31.

  Further, the cabinet upper unit 30c of the upper door 30 is provided with a front window 30j at the upper part and a lower window 30k at the lower part. The front window portion 30j is a window portion for visually recognizing the image display portion 34, the lower window portion 30k is a window portion for visually recognizing the rotary reel 23, and the front window portion 30j and the lower window portion 30k are vertically moved. The front window portion 30j is continuous and protrudes forward from the lower window portion 30k. A front cover panel 173, which will be described later, is provided on the front window 30j.

As shown in FIG. 1, the lower door 40 is a door for closing the opening lower portion of the housing 1 so as to be openable and closable. The lower door 40 is configured by fitting an unillustrated middle frame into the outer frame 46.
A lower door hinge (not shown) is provided on one longitudinal side edge of the lower door 40. Then, by engaging the lower door side hinge with a case side hinge (not shown) provided on one side plate of the case 1, the lower door 40 is freely rotatable on one side plate of the case 1. Is attached. Further, the lower end portion of the upper door 30 is provided with an engaging portion that protrudes rearward from the front surface of the lower door 40 and downward from the upper end of the lower door 40, and the upper door 30 is closed when the lower door 40 is closed. The structure cannot be opened.

An operation unit 50 for operating the slot machine M is provided on the upper portion of the lower door 40. The operation unit 50 is provided with a settlement switch 52 for paying out credited medals, a start switch 53 for starting a game, a stop switch 54 for stopping the rotation of the rotary reel 23, and the like.
A medal slot 42 for inserting medals is provided on the upper right side of the lower door 40. In addition, a medal payout port 41 for discharging medals from inside the slot machine and a medal tray 43 for storing medals discharged from the medal payout port 41 are formed at the lower part of the lower door 40. . A transparent front panel 45 is attached between the operation unit 50 and the medal tray 43.

Next, the accessory 100 of the gaming machine according to the present embodiment will be described.
As shown in FIG. 5, the accessory 100 is provided so as to be able to reciprocate on the front surface of the gaming machine. That is, the accessory 100 is provided so as to be able to reciprocate left and right on the front surface of the cabinet base 30a constituting the gaming machine.
More specifically, the slide base unit 101 is attached to the upper half of the front surface of the cabinet base 30a. As shown in FIGS. 6 and 7, the slide base unit 101 includes a slide base 102, a base sheet metal 103 attached to the upper end of the slide base 102, and reciprocating means 104 attached to the base sheet metal 103. The accessory 100 is reciprocated left and right by the reciprocating means 104.

The slide base 102 is formed in a substantially rectangular plate shape, and an opening constituting the display window 30e is formed at the center thereof. A base metal plate 103 is attached to the upper edge of the slide base 102 at a substantially right angle with respect to the slide base 102. That is, the base sheet metal 103 is provided so as to protrude horizontally from the upper edge portion of the slide base 102.
The separation band 30d is provided at the lower edge of the slide base 102, and a plurality of holes into which the lenses 32 are inserted are provided at predetermined intervals along the longitudinal direction of the separation band 30d. Each LED facing each hole 31 faces each lens 32. In addition, a diffusion lens 35 (see FIG. 21) that is long on the left and right is provided on the front surface of the separation band 30d so as to cover the lens 32. Therefore, the light from the LED is diffused by the lens 32 and the diffusion lens 35 and then illuminates the front side (player side).

6 and 7, the reciprocating means 104 includes a driving pulley 105, a driven pulley 106, a belt 107 wound around the driving pulley 105 and the driven pulley 106, and a motor for rotating the driving pulley 105. 108.
The drive pulley 105 is attached to the base metal plate 103 so as to be rotatable in the forward and reverse directions by a shaft 105a. A motor holding portion 108a is attached to the base metal plate 103, and a motor (stepping motor) 108 is provided on the motor holding portion 108a. A gear 109 is attached to the drive shaft of the motor 108, and the gear 109 is engaged with a gear (not shown) attached to the shaft 105 a of the drive pulley 105. Therefore, the drive pulley 105 rotates about the axis via the gear 109 and the like by rotating the motor 108.

  As shown in FIG. 7, the driven pulley 106 is attached to the slider 110 so as to be able to rotate in the forward and reverse directions around the axis. The slider 110 is provided on the base member 111 so as to be slidable to the left and right. The base member 111 is attached to the base sheet metal 103. That is, a substantially rectangular hole 103a is formed at the left end portion of the base metal plate 103, and the upper portion of the base member 111 is inserted into the hole 103a from below, and the upper surface of the base plate 111b of the base member 111 is connected to the base metal plate. The base member 111 is attached to the base metal plate 103 by contacting the back surface of the base metal plate 103 and screwing a screw (not shown) into the base metal plate through the base plate 111b.

  Further, as shown in FIGS. 7 and 9, a spring (biasing member) 112 is provided in a compressed state on the lower surface side of the base member 111, and one end of the spring 112 is provided on the lower surface of the base member 111. The other end is in contact with the slider 110. Therefore, the slider 110 is urged by the spring 112 in the right direction, that is, in the direction away from the drive pulley 105. Therefore, the driven pulley 106 provided on the slider 110 is biased in a direction away from the drive pulley 105.

  The belt 107 is a timing belt in which a large number of irregularities are sequentially formed along the longitudinal direction of the belt 107, and the belt 107 meshes with teeth formed on the outer peripheral surfaces of the driving pulley 105 and the driven pulley 106. The belt 107 rotates without sliding with respect to the driving pulley 105 and the driven pulley 106.

As shown in FIGS. 7 to 9 and the like, the accessory 100 is formed in a substantially rectangular plate shape and includes a liquid crystal display device 100a. The accessory 100 is provided on the moving base 115, and a slider 116 is attached to the upper end portion of the moving base 115.
On the other hand, a rail 117 extending in the left-right direction is fixed to the upper front portion of the slide base 102, and the slider 116 reciprocates in the left-right direction along the rail 117.
Therefore, the accessory 100 provided on the moving base 115 reciprocates left and right as the slider 116 reciprocates left and right along the rail 117.
A predetermined portion of the belt 107 is fixed to the slider 116 by a fixing member 118.
Therefore, as shown in FIG. 8, when the drive pulley 105 is rotated in the forward and reverse directions by the motor 108 via the gear 109, the slider 116 is reciprocated to the left and right via the driven pulley 106 and the belt 107. The accessory 100 provided on the moving base 115 reciprocates left and right.

As shown in FIG. 6, two sensor portions 119, 120 are arranged on the front side of the rail 117 so as to be separated from each other on the left and right sides, and the sensor portions 119, 120 are arranged on the base sheet metal 103 (see FIG. 5). Is attached.
The sensor unit 119 detects the origin position of the slider 116, and the sensor unit 120 detects the center position where the slider 116 has moved by a predetermined distance from the origin position. Therefore, when the position of the slider 116 is detected by the sensor unit 119, the accessory 100 is located at the right end of the slide base 102, and when the position of the slider 100 is detected by the sensor unit 120, the accessory 100 is the central portion in the left-right direction of the slide base 102. It is supposed to be located in.

As described above, since the accessory 100 includes the liquid crystal display device 100a, the accessory 100 is relatively large and heavy, so that when the accessory 100 moves to the drive pulley 105 side, the driven pulley is moved by this movement. There is a possibility that the belt 106 is attracted and moved to the drive pulley 105 side via the belt 107 against the biasing force of the spring (biasing member) 112.
Therefore, in the present embodiment, in order to prevent this, a predetermined position in a state where the driven pulley 106 is biased by the spring 112 (a position where the driven pulley 106 is separated from the driving pulley 105 by a predetermined distance and the belt 107 A stopper 120 is provided to prevent movement to the drive pulley 105 side from a position where a predetermined tension can be applied to the drive pulley 105.
That is, as shown in FIGS. 7 and 9, the stopper 120 is formed in a substantially rectangular plate shape, and mounting holes 120a and 120a are formed at opposite corners thereof. Further, a rectangular convex portion 120 c is formed on the right side portion of the stopper 120.

An insertion groove 111a is formed in the base member 111, and the head 110a of the slider 110 is inserted into the insertion groove 111a. The head 110a can slide to the left and right along the insertion groove 111a. Thus, the slider 110 can slide left and right.
As shown in FIG. 5, the base member 111 is fixed to the base sheet metal 103, but the upper surface side of the base member 111 is exposed from the base sheet metal 103. The stopper 120 is detachably provided in the base metal plate 103 by screwing screws 120b and 120b through the mounting holes 120a and 120a.
In this state, as shown in FIG. 9, the convex portion 120 c of the stopper 120 is inserted into the insertion groove 111 a of the base member 111 from the left side and is in contact with the left side surface of the head portion 110 a of the slider 110. Therefore, the head 110a of the slider 110 is prevented (blocked) from moving to the left side (drive pulley 105 side) by the convex portion 120c of the stopper 120.
Therefore, the driven pulley 106 provided on the slider 110 is prevented (blocked) from moving to the drive pulley 105 side from a predetermined position biased by the spring 112.

As described above, in this embodiment, the driven pulley 106 moves to the drive pulley 105 side from the predetermined position where the driven pulley 106 is urged by the spring 112 on the base sheet metal 103 provided on the cabinet base 30a constituting the gaming machine. Since the accessory 100 is moved to the driving pulley 105 side by the belt 107, this movement causes the driven pulley 106 to move to the driving pulley 105 side through the belt 107. Even if an attempt is made to move against the urging force of the spring 112, this movement is prevented by the stopper 120, and the distance between the drive pulley 105 and the driven pulley 106 is not reduced.
Therefore, since the belt 107 does not loosen and the drive pulley 105 and the driven pulley 106 do not slide, the accessory 100 can be moved by a predetermined amount of movement and stopped at a predetermined position. Operation is not adversely affected.

  In addition, since the stopper 120 is detachably provided on the base metal plate 103 by screws 120b, the driven pulley 106 moves toward the driving pulley 105 against the urging force of the spring 112 by removing the stopper 120 from the base metal plate 103. Since it can move, the belt 107 wound around these pulleys 105 and 106 can be easily attached and detached.

Further, in the present embodiment, the accessory 100 is a rotating accessory 100 provided to be rotatable around an axis on the front surface of the gaming machine.
In other words, as shown in FIG. 10, the rotating accessory (an accessory) 100 is rotatably provided on the moving base 115. As described above, the moving base 115 is provided with the slider 116 at the upper end portion thereof, and the slider 116 reciprocates left and right along the rail 117, thereby reciprocating left and right. Yes.

As shown in FIG. 11, a cylindrical shaft portion 100b is provided on the back surface of the rotating accessory 100, and a protruding plate 100c is provided on an end surface of the shaft portion 100b.
Then, as shown in FIG. 10, by inserting the shaft portion 100 b into a circular hole 115 a formed in the moving base 115 so as to be rotatable around the axis, the rotating tool 100 can be rotated on the moving base 115. Is provided.
A plurality of guide portions 115b are provided at predetermined intervals in the circumferential direction on the inner peripheral surface of the hole 115a, and the guide portions 115b are formed in a semi-cylindrical shape. The shaft portion 100b of the rotating accessory 100 is in sliding contact with the guide portion 115b, so that the shaft portion 100b rotates smoothly in the circumferential direction.
Further, as shown in FIG. 12, the protruding plate 100 c protrudes to the back side of the moving base 115 in a state where the shaft portion 100 b is inserted into the hole 115 a of the moving base 115.

  Further, a gear 130 is provided on the back side of the moving base 115 so as to be able to rotate in the forward and reverse directions around the axis, and the gear 130 is rotated in the forward and reverse directions by a motor (stepping motor) 131. Yes. That is, a gear (not shown) is attached to the drive shaft of the motor 131, and this gear meshes with the gear 130. The gear 130 rotates in the forward / reverse direction by rotating the drive shaft of the motor 131 in the forward / reverse direction. The gear 130 has teeth formed on about half of its outer periphery.

An insertion hole 130a is formed at the center of the gear 130, and the protruding plate 100c of the shaft portion 100b is inserted through the insertion hole 130a. Further, an engaging portion 130b is formed in the vicinity of the insertion hole 130a on the surface of the gear 130, and the protruding plate 100c is engaged with the engaging portion 130b.
Therefore, when the gear 130 is rotated by the motor 131, the engaging portion 130b is also rotated, whereby the protruding plate 100c is rotated, the shaft portion 100b is rotated, and the accessory 100 is rotated.

A sensor substrate 132 is provided outside the gear 130, and sensor portions 132 a and 132 b are provided on the sensor substrate 132 so as to be spaced apart from each other in the circumferential direction.
The gear 130 is provided with a detected portion 133. As the gear 130 rotates, the detected portion 133 rotates integrally with the gear 130, and the detected portions 133 are detected by the sensor portions 132a and 132b, respectively.
When the detected part 133 is detected by the sensor part 132a, the accessory 100 is in a state where the long side is directed vertically (vertical state), and when the detected part 133 is detected by the sensor part 132b, the rotating accessory 100 The motor 131 is controlled so that the rotating side 100 is rotated so that the long side is in the horizontal direction (horizontal state).

FIG. 13 and FIG. 14 are front views of the rotating member 100 rotatably provided on the moving base 115, FIG. 13 shows the rotating member 100 in the vertical state, and FIG. 14 shows the rotating member 100 in the horizontal state. Show.
15 and FIG. 16 are rear views of the rotating combination 100 provided rotatably on the moving base 115, FIG. 15 shows the vertical rotating combination 100, and FIG. 16 shows the horizontal rotating combination. 100 is shown.
As shown in FIGS. 13 and 15, when the rotating combination 100 is in the vertical state, the rotating combination 100 is in a predetermined rotation stop position. As shown in FIGS. 14 and 16, The case where the object 100 is in the horizontal state is a rotational position where the rotating accessory 100 is rotated by a predetermined angle (for example, 90 °) from a predetermined rotation stop position.

In the present embodiment, the magnet 145 is attracted to the magnet 145 at one of the first predetermined position on the outer peripheral portion of the rotating accessory 100 and the second predetermined position on the front side of the cabinet base 30a. A suction portion 141 is provided.
In addition, when the rotated rotating article 100 rotates and is positioned at a predetermined rotation stop position, the rotating combination object 100 is fixed at the rotation stop position by the magnet 145 and the attracting portion 141 being attracted. It has become.

This will be specifically described below.
As shown in FIGS. 11 and 12, a mounting portion 140 is fixed to one corner of the back surface of the outer peripheral portion of the rotating accessory 100, and this mounting portion 140 is set as the first predetermined position S1. ing.
The attachment portion 140 includes a main body portion 140a and a column portion 140b fixed to the main body portion 140a. The main body portion 140a has a standing wall 140c, and one piece of a substantially L-shaped attracting portion 141 formed of a magnetic material such as iron is engaged with the standing wall 140c, and the other piece is the tip surface of the column portion 140b. And fixed by screws 142. One piece of the attracting portion 141 is disposed substantially parallel to the long side of the rotating accessory 100, and the one piece faces the long side facing the long side to which the mounting portion 140 is fixed. 145 is adsorbed.

  As shown in FIGS. 12 and 17, the moving base 115 on which the rotating accessory 100 is rotatably provided has an extending portion 143 extending along the longitudinal direction of the moving base 115 at the lower end thereof. doing. The extending portion 143 is formed at an extending portion main body 143a extending in parallel with the longitudinal direction of the moving base 115, and at an end portion of the extending portion main body 143a, in a direction away from the surface side of the moving base 115. It is comprised from the diagonally extending part 143b extended diagonally.

  As shown in FIG. 17, a rectangular cutout 143c is formed on one (left side) side wall of the extension main body 143a, and this cutout 143c is set as the second predetermined position S2. And the magnet 145 attracted | sucked to the said adsorption | suction part 141 is arrange | positioned at this notch part 143c. The magnet 145 is formed in a disk shape and is held by a holding plate 146 made of a magnetic material such as iron. The holding plate 146 has a substantially U-shaped holding portion 146a that holds the magnet 145, and ears 146b and 146b are provided on both sides of the holding portion 146a.

The holding plate 146 is held by the holding portion 146a by fixing the ear portions 146b and 146b to the wall surfaces 143d on both sides of the notch portion 143c in a state where the holding portion 146a is disposed in the notch portion 143c. The magnet 145 is disposed in the notch 143c.
In addition, the surface of the holding plate 146 opposite to the side where the magnet 145 is provided is disposed substantially flush with the side surface of the extending portion main body 143a or slightly recessed. The attracting portion 141 is attracted to the magnet 145 through the holding portion 146a. The magnet 145 may be provided directly on one side wall of the extension portion main body 143a. In this case, a circular recess may be formed in the side wall, and a magnet 145 may be fitted in this recess.

  And in this Embodiment, as shown in FIG.13 and FIG.15, the case where the rotation accessory 100 is a vertical state is a state in which the said rotation accessory 100 exists in a predetermined | prescribed rotation stop position, In this state, As shown in FIG. 15, the attracting portion 141 provided on the rotating accessory 100 is attracted to the magnet 145 provided on the extending portion 143 of the moving base 115. In this state, the accessory 100 is in a state (longitudinal state) with its long side facing up and down. Further, in this state, as shown in FIG. 12, the detected part 133 is detected by the sensor part 132a, and thereby, it can be seen that the rotating accessory 100 is at a predetermined rotation stop position. .

Then, by rotating the rotating combination 100 by a motor 131 in the direction of the arrow by a predetermined angle (for example, 45 °), the rotating combination 100 becomes a horizontal state as shown in FIGS. 14 and 16 after this rotation. Located in the rotational position. In this case, the rotating combination 100 is held in the horizontal state by the holding force of the motor 131. Further, in this state, the detected part 133 is detected by the sensor part 132b, and accordingly, the rotating accessory 100 may be at a position (rotational position) rotated by a predetermined angle (90) from a predetermined rotation stop position. It has come to understand.
When the rotating combination 100 is rotated 45 degrees in the direction of the arrow by the motor 131 from the rotated position after the rotation, as shown in FIGS. 13 and 15, the rotating combination 100 is positioned at a predetermined rotation stop position. The rotating part 100 is fixed at the rotation stop position by the attracting part 141 provided on the rotating part 100 being attracted to the magnet 145 provided on the extending part 143 of the moving base 115.

As described above, in the present embodiment, when the rotated rotating article 100 after rotation rotates and is positioned at the predetermined rotation stop position, the magnet 145 and the attracting portion 141 are attracted, whereby the rotating accessory 100 is Since it is fixed at the predetermined rotation stop position, it is possible to reliably stop the rotating combination 100 at the predetermined rotation stop position and to fix the rotating combination 100 at the predetermined rotation stop position.
Further, by moving the moving base 115 to the left and right, in addition to the rotation effect of the rotating character 100, the moving effect of the rotating character 100 can be performed. In this movement effect, the magnet 145 and the attracting portion 141 are also provided. By adsorbing, the rotation of the rotary member 100 can be reliably fixed.

In the present embodiment, the attracting portion 141 is provided on the rotating member 100 and the magnet 145 is provided on the extending portion 143 of the moving base 115. Conversely, the attracting portion 141 is extended on the moving base 115. The magnet 145 may be provided on the rotating accessory 100 by providing the outlet 143.
In this embodiment, a permanent magnet is used as the magnet 145, but an electromagnet may be used instead. In this case, when the rotating combination 100 rotates from the predetermined rotation stop position to the rotation position, the rotation combination 100 can be easily separated from the electromagnet at the rotation stop position by turning off the electromagnet.
In the present embodiment, the rotating combination 100 is provided so as to be able to reciprocate left and right by the moving base 115. However, the rotating combination 100 is provided so as to be rotatable in a fixed state at a predetermined position of the cabinet base 30a. May be.

Further, in the present embodiment, as described above, as shown in FIG. 18, the slide base 102 provided on the front surface of the cabinet base 30a (FIG. 5) is provided.
As described above, the accessory 100 is provided on the slide base 102 so as to be reciprocally movable left and right by the moving base 115. The moving base 115 is driven by the driving pulley 105, the driven pulley 106, and the belt 107 by the motor 108. It is designed to reciprocate left and right. The accessory 100 is provided on the moving base 115, and a slider 116 is provided on the upper end of the moving base 115, and the slider 116 can reciprocate left and right along the rail 117.

Further, as shown in FIG. 19, a slider 150 is also attached to the lower end portion in the direction intersecting (orthogonal) with the moving direction (left-right direction) of the moving base 115 provided with the accessory 100, as shown in FIG. A guide rail 160 is provided on the front surface of the slide base 102 to guide the slider 150 so as to be movable left and right.
That is, first, as shown in FIG. 19, a slider 150 is attached to the lower end portion of the extending portion 143 of the moving base 115 on which the accessory 100 is provided.
The slider 150 includes a slider body 150a and a mounting portion 150b provided integrally with the upper end portion of the slider body 150a. The upper end portion of the mounting portion 150b covers the magnet 145 described above and the cover portion 150c. It has become. The slider body 150a is formed in a substantially rectangular plate shape, and the mounting portion 150b is formed to extend upward away from the slider body 150a. The attachment portion 150b is formed to extend upward from the end portion side of the upper edge portion of the slider main body 150a.

Holes 151 are formed in the left and right ends of the upper edge portion of the mounting portion 150b of the slider 150 and the cover portion 150c, respectively, while a cylindrical boss 152 having a screw hole is formed on the back surface side of the extension portion 143. , 152 are erected so as to be separated from each other on the left and right. In addition, a positioning opening 153 is formed at the upper center of the slider body 150a, while a positioning projection 154 is formed between the bosses 152 and 152 at a slightly lower position on the back surface side of the extending portion 143. Is formed.
Then, as shown in FIG. 20, the slider 150 has its hole 151 aligned with the screw hole of the boss 152 of the extending portion 143, and the convex portion 154 is inserted into the opening 153 and the screw 151 (not shown) is inserted into the hole 151. Is positioned and fixed to the extending portion 143 by being inserted into the screw hole. In this positioned and fixed state, the slider body 150a protrudes downward from the lower end of the extending portion 143.

Further, as shown in FIGS. 18 and 20, the guide rail 160 has a separation band 30d that constitutes the lower edge of the display window 30e of the slide base 102, and the separation band 30d in front of the separation band 30d. The guide rail structure 161 is arranged with an interval of.
The guide rail structure 161 is formed in a strip shape extending in the left-right direction, and a large number of rectangular recesses are formed at predetermined intervals in the left-right direction (longitudinal direction of the guide rail structure 161). This recess is not open on the back surface of the guide rail structure 161, that is, the surface on which the slider body 150a slides.
Such a guide rail constituting body 161 is attached to the separation band 30d with screws at a predetermined distance from the separation body 30d.
The slider body 150a is inserted at the predetermined interval so as to be movable left and right.
In this way, the slider 150 provided at the lower end portion of the extending portion 143 of the moving base 115 provided with the accessory 100 is guided by the guide rail 160 so as to be movable left and right.

  When the slider 150 moves to the left and right, the slider 150 slides on the guide rail constituting body 161 and the separation band 30d constituting the guide rail 160, so that the guide rail is extended from the extending portion 143 of the moving base 115 provided with the accessory 100. It is made of a fluororesin having a small friction coefficient with respect to 160.

Therefore, in the present embodiment, the slider 150 can move smoothly along the guide rail 160, whereby the accessory 100 can be moved smoothly along the guide rail 160.
Further, since the slider 150 is attached to the moving base 115 provided with the accessory 100, the material cost can be suppressed as compared with the case where the moving base 115 itself is made of a material having a small friction coefficient.

In the present embodiment, the entire slider 150 is formed of fluororesin, but the present invention is not limited to this, and may be formed of other resin having a smaller friction coefficient than the moving base 115. The entire slider 150 may not be formed of fluororesin, and a surface treatment portion having a friction coefficient smaller than that of the moving base 115 relative to the guide rail 160 may be provided by fluorine processing or the like on at least the surface of the slider 150 that is in sliding contact with the guide rail 160.
Moreover, in this Embodiment, although the accessory 100 and the movement base 115 were comprised separately, you may comprise these integrally. In this case, since the moving base 115 constitutes a part of the accessory 100, the slider 150 is provided at the lower end of the accessory 100.

In the present embodiment, a bay window 170 projecting forward is provided at the upper front of the gaming machine. That is, as shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the upper door 30 includes a cabinet base 30a, a barrier unit 30b fixed inside the back of the cabinet base 30a, and a cabinet top fixed to the front side of the cabinet base 30a. The upper half of the cabinet upper unit 30c constitutes the bay window 170.
As shown in FIG. 21, the bay window 170 is provided on the front upper portion of the cabinet base 30a. Below the bay window 170, the lower window 30k through which the rotary reel 23 (see FIG. 2) can be visually recognized. Is provided.
As described above, the reel window 30f is provided in the lower half of the cabinet base 30a, and the barrier unit 30b is provided with a window 30h as shown in FIG. Therefore, the three window portions 30k, 30f, and 30h constitute a symbol display window 31 that allows the symbol of the rotating reel 23 (see FIG. 2) to be seen from the front as shown in FIG.

As shown in FIG. 21, the bay window 170 has a rectangular front window 171 on the front surface side and a rectangular lower surface opening 172 on the lower surface side. The left-right width of the front window 171 is larger than the left-right width of the lower surface opening 172, and the front window 171 and the lower surface opening 172 are continuous.
A front cover panel 173 is provided on the front window 171 and the lower opening 172. As shown in FIG. 22, the front cover panel 173 includes a front panel 173 a provided in the front window 171 and lower panels 173 b and 173 c provided in the lower opening 172.

The front panel 173a is formed in a substantially rectangular shape, and lower panels 173b and 173c are formed at the lower edge of the front panel 173a. The lower panel 173b, 173c is inclined downward with respect to the front panel 173a, but the lower panel 173b is inclined downward with respect to the lower panel 173c.
The lower surface panel 173b and the lower surface panel 173c are different in size and shape because they are matched to the shape of the lower surface opening 172.

Black light shielding sheets 174b and 174c are attached to the upper surfaces of the lower panels 173b and 173c so as to cover the upper surfaces.
The reason why the light shielding sheets 174b and 174c are attached to the upper surfaces of the lower panels 173b and 173c in this manner is that the LED board 175 is provided on the upper part of the bay window 170 as shown in FIG. Since light is emitted downward from the LED, the light passes through the lower surface of the bay portion 170, that is, the lower surface panels 173 b and 173 c, and passes through the protective panel 30 i provided below the bay portion 170 to rotate the reel. This is to prevent irradiation of the light 23 (see FIG. 2). In addition, although illustration is abbreviate | omitted in FIG. 23, the rotation reel 23 is arrange | positioned at the back side (right side in FIG. 23) of the protection panel 30i.

Further, since the light shielding sheets 174b and 174c are attached to the upper surfaces of the lower surface panels 173b and 173c of the bay window portion 170, the lower surfaces of the lower surface panels 173b and 173c are mirrored, and the rotation below the bay window portion 170 remains as it is. There is a possibility that the light from the reel side is reflected by the mirrored lower surface and goes to the player side.
Therefore, in this embodiment, the lower surface of the bay window 170, that is, the lower surface of the lower surface panels 173b and 173c is a reflection suppressing surface 177 that suppresses reflection of light from the rotating reel 23 (see FIG. 2) side. .

  The reflection suppressing surface 177 is formed by, for example, applying a texture to the lower surfaces of the lower surface panels 173b and 173c. The wrinkle processing is one of surface treatments and is to physically give wrinkle patterns (wrinkles). In the present embodiment, for example, the reflection suppressing surface 177 is formed by subjecting the lower surfaces of the lower surface panels 173b and 173c to sandblasting and roughening the lower surface.

  As described above, in this embodiment, the lower surfaces of the lower surface panels 173b and 173c constituting the lower surface of the bay portion 170 are the reflection suppressing surfaces 177 that suppress the reflection of light from the rotating reel side. Can be prevented from passing through the protective panel 30i and reflected from the lower surface of the bay window 170 (the lower surfaces of the lower panel 173b, 173c), and the rotary reel 23 on the rear side of the protective panel 30i (see FIG. 2). Can be visually confirmed.

Further, since the reflection suppressing surface 177 is formed by subjecting the lower surfaces of the lower surface panels 173b and 173c to a texture, it is possible to easily prevent the lower surface of the bay window portion 170 (the lower surfaces of the lower surface panels 173b and 173c) from being mirrored. Therefore, it is possible to easily and reliably suppress the light from the rotating reel side from being reflected from the lower surface of the bay window 170.
In addition, since the light shielding sheets 174b and 174c are attached to the upper surfaces of the lower panels 173b and 173c, even if light is emitted downward from the LED of the LED substrate 175 at the upper part of the bay window 170, the light is emitted from the bay window section. It is possible to prevent the rotary reel 23 (see FIG. 2) from being irradiated through the lower surface of 170, that is, the lower surface panels 173b and 173c and passing through the protective panel 30i provided below the bay window 170.

Further, in the present embodiment, as shown in FIG. 23, an illumination panel 180 is provided on the front window portion 171 of the bay window portion 170, and this illumination panel 180 is provided on the front panel 173a of the front cover panel 173. It is arranged on the back side with a predetermined gap from the front panel 173a.
The illumination panel 180 can visually recognize the image display unit 34 provided in the barrier unit 30b. That is, when the lighting panel 180 is not emitting light or when a part of the lighting panel 180 is emitting light, the player can use various kinds of information displayed on the image display unit 34 through the front panel 173a and the lighting panel 180. The production is visible.

  The illumination panel 180 is configured by a light guide plate that performs special processing on the surface or inside of the acrylic plate, for example, to uniformly emit light from the end face, and the light guide plate itself emits light, A figure, a pattern, a symbol, etc. can be displayed in a light-emitting manner, thereby producing a game effect.

The illumination panel 180 is formed in a rectangular plate shape as shown in FIGS. 24 and 25, and irradiation units 181 and 181 for illuminating the illumination panel 180 are provided on the upper side thereof.
The irradiation unit 181 includes an LED substrate 182 and a case 183 into which the LED substrate 182 is inserted.
The LED substrate 182 is formed in a band plate shape, and a large number (plural) of LEDs 182a are provided on the lower surface thereof in a line along the long side direction of the LED substrate 182 at a predetermined interval. In addition, a connection portion 182b for connecting a harness for supplying electricity to the LED substrate 182 is provided on the upper surface of the LED substrate 182.

The case 183 is formed in a box shape with an upper surface opened, and a slit (clamping portion) 185 is formed along the longitudinal direction of the case 183 on the lower surface. As shown in FIG. 26, the opposing wall surfaces 185a and 185a constituting the slit 185 are inclined so as to approach each other toward the upper side, and the width of the lower side of the slit 185 is slightly wider than the thickness of the lighting panel 180. The width on the upper side is substantially equal to or slightly narrower than the thickness of the lighting panel 180.
The upper portion of the wall surface 185a is constituted by the wall surface of the wall portion 185b rising from the inner bottom surface of the case 183, and the lower portion is constituted by the inner wall surface of a vertically long hole formed through the bottom wall of the case 183. .

By inserting the upper edge of the illumination panel 180 into the slit (clamping part) 185 having such a configuration, the upper edge is sandwiched by the slit 185.
As described above, the wall surfaces 185a and 185a constituting the slit 185 are inclined so as to approach each other toward the upper side. Therefore, by inserting the upper edge of the lighting panel 180 into the slit 185 from below, The panel 180 can be easily inserted into the slit 185, and the lighting panel 180 can be reliably held by sandwiching the upper edge of the lighting panel 180 by the upper portions of the opposing wall surfaces 185a and 185a of the slit 185.

  When the lighting panel 180 is inserted from below, the opposing wall portions 185b and 185b are elastically bent so as to be pressed and spread by the lighting panel 180, and by the elastic restoring force, the wall surfaces 185a and 185a The upper edge portion can be elastically sandwiched and securely held.

Also, on the inner bottom surface of the case 183, as shown in FIG. 24, a large number (a plurality) of partition plates 183a are provided at predetermined intervals along the longitudinal direction of the slit 185 and directly above the slit 185. One LED 182a of the LED board 182 is arranged between the adjacent partition plates 183a and 183a.
Therefore, the light from the LED 182a is introduced into the lighting panel 180 from the upper end surface of the lighting panel 180 inserted into the slit 185. In addition, since a large number of LEDs 182a are respectively disposed between the partition plates 183a and 183a, the light from the adjacent LEDs 182a is irradiated downward without interfering, and the illumination panel 180 is selected by selecting the LED 182a to emit light. It is possible to emit light at a desired portion in the width direction.

  For example, the left and right sides of the lighting panel 180 cover the accessory 100 located on the right side and the fixed accessory 60 located on the left side as shown in FIG. The display unit 34 is covered. Therefore, when the central part of the illumination panel 180 is not caused to emit light, the effect displayed on the image display unit 34 can be visually recognized. Further, by lighting and blinking the left and right sides of the lighting panel 180 as necessary, it is possible to produce an effect together with the effects of the accessory 100 and the fixed accessory 60 located behind the illumination panel 180.

As shown in FIG. 27, the illumination panel 180 sandwiched and held by the irradiation unit 181 is fixed to the front window 171 of the bay window 170, and the front cover panel 173 is disposed on the front side of the illumination panel 180. It is fixed to the window portion 171.
When the front cover panel 173 and the lighting panel 180 are fixed to the front window 171, the following is performed.
That is, first, as shown in FIG. 28, the front cover panel 173 is inserted into the bay window 170 from the back side, and the front panel 173a of the front cover panel 173 is attached to the outer peripheral edge of the front window 171 (see FIG. 27). The lower surface panels 170b and 17c are brought into contact with the outer peripheral edge of the lower surface opening 172. In this case, the front cover panel 173 is positioned by engaging the engaging recess 173d formed on the outer peripheral portion of the front panel 173a with the boss 190 provided on the outer peripheral edge of the front window portion 171.

Next, as shown in FIGS. 27 and 29, the side edge fixing members 191a and 191b are brought into contact with both side edges of the front panel 173a of the front cover panel 173, respectively, and the side edge fixing members 191a and 191b are connected to the front surface. The side edge fixing members 191a and 191b are moved to the front surface by engaging the bosses 190 provided on the side edge and the lower edge of the window 171 and screwing screws into the screw holes formed in the boss 190. Fix to the outer peripheral edge of the window 171.
As shown in FIG. 27, the side edge fixing member 191a is a vertically long member, and holes 191c and 191c are formed at upper and lower ends thereof, and side edges of the front window 171 are formed in the holes 191c and 191c. The side edge fixing member 191 a is engaged with the boss 190 by inserting the boss 190 provided on the boss 190.
The side edge fixing member 191b is formed in an L shape, and holes 191d are formed in the upper and lower ends of the vertical member and the end of the horizontal member, respectively. The bosses 190 provided on the side edge and the lower edge of the front window 171 are inserted into the holes 191d so that the side edge fixing member 191b is engaged with the boss 190.

In addition, the lower edge fixing member 192 is brought into contact with the edge portion of the lower surface panel 173b of the front cover panel 173, and the holes 192a and 192a provided in the lower edge fixing member 192 are provided below the front window portion 171. The lower edge fixing member 192 is fixed to the edge of the lower surface opening 172 by inserting the bosses 196a and 196a provided on the frame 196 and screwing screws into the screw holes formed in the bosses 196a and 196a.
As shown in FIG. 27, the lower edge fixing member 192 is formed with a flange portion 192b protruding forward at the upper edge portion thereof, and the lower surface panel 173b is pressed by the flange portion 192b to thereby press the lower surface fixing member 192. The panel 173b is fixed.
In this way, the front cover panel 173 is fixed to the front window 171 and the lower surface opening 172.

Next, as shown in FIGS. 27 and 30, the lighting panel 180 whose upper edge is held by the irradiation units 181 and 181 is inserted from the back side of the bay window 170, and the irradiation units 181 and 181 are inserted into the front window. It fixes to the upper edge part of the part 171. FIG.
In this case, as shown in FIG. 27, the center portions of the irradiation units 181 and 181 are held by the holder member 193, and the right and left edges of the irradiation units 181 and 81 are held by the holder members 194 and 194, and then the holders The members 193 and 194 are engaged with the bosses 190 and 190 provided at the upper edge of the front window 171 and then screwed into the screw holes formed in the bosses 190, thereby irradiating the irradiation units 181 and 181. Fix it.

Next, fixing members 195 and 195 are brought into contact with the lower end portions of the side edges of the lighting panel 180, and the fixing members 195 and 195 are fixed to the side edge fixing members 191a and 191b.
In this case, the holes 195a and 195a formed in the fixing member 195 are engaged with the boss 190 provided at the lower end of the side edge of the front window 171 and the boss provided in the side edge fixing members 191a and 191b. By engaging and screwing screws into the screw holes formed in the boss and the boss 190, the fixing members 195 and 195 are fixed to the edge of the front window 171 via the side edge fixing members 191a and 191b. ing.
In this way, the lighting panel 180 is fixed to the edge of the front window 171 by the fixing members 195 and 195 while the upper edge of the lighting panel 180 is held by the irradiation parts 181 and 181.

  As described above, according to the present embodiment, the upper edge portion of the lighting panel 180 is sandwiched by the slit (holding portion) 185 on the lower surface of the irradiation unit 181, and the lower edge of the side edge of the lighting panel 180 is the edge of the front window portion 171. Since the lighting panel 180 can be securely fixed to the front window 171, the side edges excluding the lower edge and the side edge lower edge of the lighting panel 180 are not fixed. Therefore, even if the lighting panel 180 expands or contracts due to a temperature change, the lighting panel 180 can be released to the lower edge side or the side edge side of the lighting panel 180, so that the lighting panel 180 is distorted or damaged. There is no.

  In addition, since the upper edge portion of the lighting panel 180 is sandwiched by a slit (clamping portion) 185 provided on the lower surface of the irradiation unit 181, when the lighting panel 180 is assembled to the gaming machine, the entire irradiation unit 181 is assembled. The lighting panel 180 can be assembled with the operator's hand hardly touching the lighting panel 180, and the lighting panel 181 can be positioned at the same time by positioning the irradiation unit 181 on the gaming machine.

  Further, a transparent front cover panel 173 that covers the lighting panel 180 is provided on the front side of the lighting panel 180, and the side edge of the front cover panel 173 is fixed to the side edge of the front window 171 from the inside. Since the lower end portion of the side edge of the lighting panel 180 is fixed to the side edge fixing members 191 a and 191 b by the fixing member 195, the lighting panel 180 can be protected by the front cover panel 173. At the same time, since the lower edge of the side edge of the lighting panel 180 is fixed to the side edge fixing members 191a and 191b for fixing the side edge portion of the front cover panel 173 by the fixing members 195 and 195, the side edge fixing members 191a and 191b. The lower end portion of the side edge of the lighting panel 180 is fixed to the edge of the front window portion 171 by the fixing members 195 and 195 via It can be securely fixed to.

  In the present embodiment, the upper edge portion of the lighting panel 180 is held by the pair of left and right irradiation portions 181 and 181, but one irradiation portion having a length equal to the upper edge portion of the lighting panel 180 is used. You may make it hold | maintain the upper edge part of the illumination panel 180. FIG.

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  1. In a gaming machine with an accessory provided movably on the front of the gaming machine,
    A slider is attached to at least one end in a direction intersecting the moving direction of the accessory,
    A guide rail for movably guiding the slider is provided on the front surface of the gaming machine,
    A gaming machine, wherein a surface treatment portion having a smaller coefficient of friction with respect to the guide rail than the accessory is provided on at least a surface of the slider in sliding contact with the guide rail.
  2.   The gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein the surface treatment portion is formed by fluorine processing.
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