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JP5777577B2
JP5777577B2 JP2012168995A JP2012168995A JP5777577B2 JP 5777577 B2 JP5777577 B2 JP 5777577B2 JP 2012168995 A JP2012168995 A JP 2012168995A JP 2012168995 A JP2012168995 A JP 2012168995A JP 5777577 B2 JP5777577 B2 JP 5777577B2
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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine including a movable effect device that operates an effect member.

  A pachinko machine, which is a typical gaming machine, has a decorative member (also referred to as a center accessory) disposed at a substantially central position of a game area defined on a board surface of a gaming board set in the machine. A symbol display device that performs various symbol variation effects by changing and stopping various symbols is displayed in the opening formed in the member. Then, the game ball launched into the game area formed on the surface of the game board wins the starting prize device arranged at the lower position of the decorative member, so that the symbol variation game on the display unit of the symbol display device is performed. It is supposed to be done. Further, in many pachinko machines, a movable effect device having an effect member that performs a required operation is disposed on the decoration member or the like, and the effect member is operated in accordance with the symbol variation game on the symbol display device. This improves the production effect.

  For example, the movable effect device includes a moving body that moves the effect member up and down in the vertical direction, and a driving means such as a motor linked to the moving body, and the moving body is moved by driving the driving means. Is configured to operate (see Patent Document 1). In order to increase the amount of movement of the effect member (movable effect member), the movable effect device disclosed in Patent Document 1 includes a base member linked to the motor, and a movable part that moves downward as the base member moves downward. The effect member is disposed on a slide block fixed to the movable portion. When the base member is moved downward by driving the motor, the movable portion is moved downward relative to the base member, so that the downward displacement amount of the base member and the downward displacement amount of the movable portion relative to the base member are combined. The movement amount is configured to be the movement amount of the effect member.

JP 2007-319374 A

  By the way, in the movable presentation device disclosed in Patent Document 1, the base member is lifted and lowered using the rack gear provided on the base member, and the two rack gears provided on the movable portion are used. Thus, the movable member can be moved up and down with respect to the base member that moves up and down, and the amount of movement of the effect member is ensured by three rack gears that are long in the vertical direction. Therefore, since it is necessary to increase the vertical length of each rack gear in order to set the moving amount of the effect member large, the problem that the vertical size of the movable effect device is still not solved. Further, in the movable effect device disclosed in Patent Document 1, the slide block in which the effect member is disposed is directly attached to the rack gear in the movable part, and when the weight of the movable member and the slide block is applied to the rack gear, the rack gear is provided. May be inclined or deformed, and the rack gear may be inclined and deformed, so that proper engagement with the transmission gear is not maintained and the rack gear may not operate stably.

  That is, the present invention has been proposed in order to suitably solve these problems inherent in the movable effect device for a gaming machine according to the prior art, and is compact while ensuring a large amount of movement of the effect member. It aims at providing the game machine provided with the movable production | presentation apparatus comprised so that a presentation member might be operated stably.

In order to overcome the above-mentioned problems and achieve the intended purpose, in the invention according to claim 1 of the present application,
A gaming machine equipped with a movable effect device (M) for operating the effect member (S1),
The movable effect device (M)
A first guide portion (55) disposed on the base member (40);
The first guide part (55) is supported by the first guide part (55) and between the first reference position that overlaps the base member (40) and the first movement position that extends from the base member (40). A first movable body (46) that is slidable along,
A second guide portion (80) disposed on the first moving body (46);
A second reference position that is supported by the second guide portion (80) and includes the effect member (S1) and overlaps the first moving body (46) and the sliding movement direction of the first moving body (46). A second moving body (47) which is slidable along the second guide portion (80) between the second moving positions extending from the first moving body (46);
A first arm (66) disposed on the base member (40), rotated by driving of the driving means (60) and connected to the first moving body (46);
A rack gear (90) disposed on the base member (40) so as to extend in the sliding movement direction of the second moving body (47);
A second arm disposed on the first moving body (46) and driven to rotate by the rotation of gears (91, 92) meshed with the rack gear (90) and coupled to the second moving body (47) (93)
The movable effect device (M)
The first arm (66) is rotated by the drive of the driving means (60), so that the first moving body (46) is moved along the first guide portion (55) with the first reference position and the first reference position. While sliding between the moving positions, the gears (91, 92) meshed with the rack gear (90) rotate as the first moving body (46) slides to rotate the second arm (93). ) Rotates, and the second moving body (47) slides between the second reference position and the second movement position along the second guide portion (80), so that the effect member The gist is that (S1) is configured to operate.

  According to the first aspect of the present invention, the first arm disposed on the base member is rotated by the driving means, so that the first moving body connected to the first arm slides along the first guide portion. At the same time, the second arm disposed on the first moving body is rotated by the rotation of the gear meshed with the rack gear, so that the second moving body connected to the second arm slides along the second guide portion. The moving amount of the effect member is a combination of the moving amount of the first moving body and the moving amount of the second moving body. The base member can be sized to secure the rotation region of the first arm, and the first moving body can be sized to secure the rotation region of the second arm, and the amount of movement of the effect member It is possible to make the movable effect device compact while securing a large value. The first moving body stably slides while being supported by the first guide portion disposed on the base member, and the second moving body is supported by the second guide portion disposed on the first moving body. Since the sliding movement is stably performed, deformation of the first moving body and the second moving body is suppressed, and it is difficult to apply a load to the first arm, the second arm, and each gear.

In the invention according to claim 2,
The driving means (60) is disposed on one end side of the first moving body (46) in a direction intersecting the sliding movement direction of the first moving body (46), and the first guide portion (55). ) Is disposed on the other end side opposite to the one end side of the first moving body (46),
The rack gear (90) is disposed on one end side of the second moving body (47) in a direction intersecting the sliding movement direction of the second moving body (47), and the second guide portion (80). The main point is that the second moving body (47) is disposed on the other end side opposite to the one end side.
According to the second aspect of the present invention, the first moving body is supported by the first guide portion on the other end opposite to the one end on which the driving means is disposed. It slides stably while being supported by. In addition, the second moving body is supported by the second guide portion on the other end opposite to the one end on which the rack gear and the gear are disposed, so that the other moving end can be stably slid while being supported by the second guide portion. Moving.

In invention of Claim 3,
The second guide part (80) is composed of a plurality of guide bars (82, 83) extending in parallel to the sliding direction of the second moving body (47),
The second moving body (47) includes a slide portion (102) that slides along the guide bars (82, 83).
According to the invention of claim 3, since the second moving body is slidably supported by the plurality of guide bars in the second guide portion, the second moving body is restrained from being inclined or deformed. .

In the invention according to claim 4,
The first arm (66) is rotatably supported by the base member (40) by a first support shaft (67) closer to the first guide part (55) than the driving means (60), It is connected to the first moving body (46) on the first guide portion (55) side of the first support shaft (67),
The second arm (93) is rotatably supported by the first moving body (46) by a second support shaft (94) closer to the second guide portion (80) than the gears (91, 92). In addition, the gist is that it is connected to the second moving body (47) closer to the second guide portion (80) than the second support shaft (94).
According to the fourth aspect of the present invention, the first moving body is applied to the portion near the first guide portion that supports the first moving body because the force of the first arm during the sliding movement is applied to the first moving body. The tilt and deformation of the slide are suppressed, and the slide moves smoothly and stably. In addition, since the force of the second arm during the sliding movement is applied to a portion close to the second guide portion that supports the second moving body, the second moving body is smoothly prevented from being inclined and deformed. And slides stably.

  According to the gaming machine according to the present invention, the movable effect device can be configured compactly while ensuring a large amount of movement of the effect member, and the effect member can be stably operated.

It is a front view which abbreviate | omits and shows the pachinko machine of an Example in the game area | region of a game board. FIG. 3 is a perspective view showing the pachinko machine of the embodiment with the front frame opened and the game area of the game board omitted. It is a front view of the game board shown in the non-operation state of the movable effect device of an example. It is a front view of the game board shown in the operating state of the movable effect device of an example. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows a game board and the installation member to which the movable production | presentation apparatus was attached. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows an installation member and a movable production | presentation apparatus. (a) is a front view of the movable production | presentation apparatus of the Example shown in the state which each 1st-3rd movable body stopped in each of the 1st-3rd initial position, (b) is (a) It is a top view in the state of). It is the elements on larger scale of FIG.7 (b). (a) is a right view of the movable production | presentation apparatus of the Example shown in the state which each 1st-3rd movable body stopped in each of the 1st-3rd initial position, (b) is movable It is a left view of a production device. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the movable production | presentation apparatus which isolate | separated the base member, the 1st movable body, the 2nd movable body, and the 3rd movable body from the front diagonally upper direction. It is a disassembled perspective view which shows the movable production | presentation apparatus which isolate | separated the base member, the 1st movable body, the 2nd movable body, and the 3rd movable body from the back diagonally upward direction. It is the disassembled perspective view which isolate | separated each structural member arrange | positioned at a base member and this base member from the front upper direction. It is the disassembled perspective view which isolate | separated each structural member of the 1st movable body and was seen from front upper direction. It is the disassembled perspective view which isolate | separated each structural member of the 2nd movable body, and each structural member of the 3rd movable body, and was seen from front upper direction. It is the disassembled perspective view which isolate | separated the base member and each structural member arrange | positioned at this base member, and was seen from back upper direction. It is the disassembled perspective view which isolate | separated each structural member of the 1st movable body, and was seen from upper back. It is the disassembled perspective view which isolate | separated each structural member of the 2nd movable body, and each structural member of the 3rd movable body, and was seen from upper back. It is a front view of the movable production | presentation apparatus of the Example shown in the state which each 1st-3rd movable body moved down to each of the 1st-3rd fall position and stopped. It is a right view of the movable production | presentation apparatus shown in the state which each 1st-3rd movable body moved down to each of the 1st-3rd fall position and stopped. It is a front view which shows the state which has each 1st-3rd movable body in the 1st-3rd initial position in the state which removed a part of 1st effect member, the 2nd effect member, and the 3rd effect member. . (a) shows that only the first movable body moves downward from the first initial position by driving the drive motor, and engages with the second movable body that has been stopped and held at the second initial position at a midway position during the downward movement. It is a front view which shows the state which carried out in the state which removed a part of 1st effect member, the 2nd effect member, and the 3rd effect member, (b) is the state of (a), a base member, and 1st movement It is a rear view shown in a state where the body is omitted. It is a right view of the movable production | presentation apparatus shown in the state of Fig.21 (a). A state in which the third movable body that has moved down following the downward movement of the first movable body and the second movable body from the state of FIG. It is a front view shown in the state where the second effect member and the third effect member are removed. FIG. 24 is a right side view of the movable effect device shown in the state of FIG. 23. The state in which the first movable body and the second movable body are moved downward from the state of FIG. 23 to reach the first lowered position and the second lowered position, respectively. It is a front view shown in the state where 3 production members were removed. (a) is a front view showing the state of the first operating mechanism and the second operating mechanism when the first to third movable bodies are in the first to third initial positions, (b) It is a front view which shows the state of a 1st action mechanism in case each 1st-3rd movable body exists in a 1st-3rd fall position.

  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. As a gaming machine, a general pachinko machine P will be described as an example. In the following description, “front”, “rear”, “left”, and “right” refer to the pachinko machine P viewed from the front (player side) as shown in FIG. 1 unless otherwise specified. Named by state.

(Pachinko machine)
As shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, the pachinko machine P according to the embodiment is formed in a rectangular frame shape that opens forward and backward, and is used as a fixed frame that is installed in an upright posture on an installation frame base (not shown) of a game shop. On the front side of the opening of the outer frame A, a middle frame B as a main body frame for detachably holding the game board D is assembled so as to be openable and detachable. Then, a predetermined condition is established on the back side of the game board D (pachinko ball (game ball) winning in a starting winning port 15A of the first starting winning device 15 or a starting winning port 16A of the second starting winning device 16 described later). As a trigger, a symbol display device H is detachably arranged to display the symbol for effect variation and perform the symbol variation effect. In addition, on the front side of the middle frame B, as a decorative frame configured to cover the front and rear windows with a glass plate that protects the game board D from see-through protection and a see-through protection plate 22 formed of a transparent synthetic resin material. The front frame C is assembled so as to be openable and closable, and an upper ball tray E and a lower ball tray F for storing pachinko balls are assembled on the lower front side of the front frame C. The ball tray E and the lower ball tray F are also configured to open and close integrally.

  As shown in FIG. 1 and FIG. 2, an operation handle G for operating a ball hitting device J disposed on the middle frame B is provided at a lower right position of the front frame C. By operating the hitting ball launching device J by the operation, pachinko balls stored in the upper ball tray E are continuously launched toward the game board D one by one at a predetermined interval. In the embodiment, as the symbol display device H, a liquid crystal display device in which a liquid crystal panel capable of displaying various symbols is housed in a housing case is adopted, but the present invention is not limited to this. Various conventionally known display devices capable of stopping and variably displaying various symbols such as a matrix-type symbol display device can also be employed. Further, the upper ball tray E may be formed separately from the front frame C and assembled to the middle frame B so as to be opened and closed.

(Game board)
As shown in FIGS. 3 to 5, the game board D is made of a light-transmitting synthetic resin board such as acrylic or polycarbonate, or a wood plywood such as veneer, and a game board holding part B1 provided on the middle frame B. Is formed in a substantially rectangular flat plate shape having an outer edge that matches the inner edge shape of the game, and a game area 10 is provided on the front side thereof, and an installation member 30 is provided on the rear side thereof. On the front side of the game board D, an outer rail 11 that extends in an arc shape from the lower left part to the upper right part, an inner rail 12 that is arranged inside the outer rail 11 from the center lower part to the upper left part, and the outer rail 11 A panel decoration member 13 or the like configured in a curved shape recessed rightward is disposed between the upper right portion of the rail and the lower portion of the inner rail 12, and the inner side surrounded by the rails 11 and 12 and the panel decoration member 13. Is configured as a game area 10. As a result, the pachinko balls launched from the ball striking device pass between the outer rail 11 and the inner rail 12 and are launched into the upper left part of the game area 10 and then flow down in the game area 10. The extending length of the inner rail 12 may be set large so that the game area 10 is formed by the outer rail 11 and the inner rail 12.

  The game board D has a frame-shaped decorative member 20 having a large through-hole formed in the center and having a display window 20A that is opened in the front and rear to serve as a game effect area, as shown in FIGS. , Disposed at the opening edge of the through-hole. The frame-shaped decorative member 20 has a decoration that matches the game content displayed on the display unit H1 of the symbol display device H (not shown in FIG. 5) detachably disposed on the rear side of the installation member 30. It has been subjected. The display window 20A of the frame-shaped decorative member 20 includes a display unit H1 in the symbol display device H disposed on the installation member 30, a movable effect device M described later disposed on the front side of the installation member 30, and the like. Other movable production devices, decorative parts, etc. are facing. A flow path 14 is formed between the frame-shaped decorative member 20 and the panel decoration member 13 so that the pachinko balls can flow down.

  The game board D has a first start prize device 15 disposed immediately below the through hole, and a second start prize device 16 at the lower right edge of the through hole (the lower right portion of the frame-shaped decorative member 20). Is arranged, a special prize device 21 is arranged in the lower right part of the frame-shaped decorative member 20, and an ordinary prize device 17 is arranged on the left side of the first start prize device 15. That is, the special winning device 21 is located below the flow-down path 14 formed on the right side of the frame-shaped decorative member 20. In the game area 10 of the game board D, a large number of ball guide nails 18 and a rotating ball guide 19 are arranged.

  The first start winning device 15, the second start winning device 16, the special winning device 21, and the normal winning device 17 are individually provided with ball detection switches for detecting the pachinko balls that have won each, and each ball detection switch The ball detection signal is sent to a main control device (not shown) that is attached to the rear side of the installation member 30 and comprehensively controls the pachinko machine P. When receiving the detection signal from the ball detection switch of the first start winning device 15 or the ball detection switch of the second start winning device 16, the main control device performs a big hit lottery and is attached to the rear side of the installation member 30. The control signal is output to the overall control device (not shown) to cause the symbol display device H to perform the symbol variation effect, and the control signal is sent to the payout control device (not shown) disposed on the rear side of the middle frame B. To output a predetermined number of prize balls to a ball payout device (not shown). And, as a result of the big hit lottery in the main control device, when the big hit which is a specific condition is established, a special game advantageous to the player is given, and after the symbol variation effect on the display unit H1 of the symbol display device H, The symbols are stopped and displayed on the display unit H1 with a predetermined symbol combination, and the opening / closing door 21A of the special prize-winning device 21 is displaced to the open position so that a large number of pachinko balls can be won. When the main control device receives a detection signal from the ball detection switch of the special winning device 21, the main control device outputs a control signal to the payout control device to cause the ball payout device to pay out a predetermined number of prize balls. Further, when receiving a detection signal from the ball detection switch of the normal winning device 17, the main control device outputs a control signal to the payout control device to cause the ball payout device to pay out a predetermined number of prize balls.

(Installation material)
As shown in FIGS. 5 and 6, the installation member 30 is a synthetic resin member integrally formed in a substantially rectangular bucket shape that opens forward, and has a front open end on the rear surface of the game board D. It is abutted and attached to the game board D. The installation member 30 is opposed to the rear surface of the game board D from the rear at a predetermined interval, and the installation wall portion 31 constituting the rear surface of the game board D, and extends forward from the peripheral edge of the installation wall portion 31. The outer peripheral wall portion 32 is formed, and an edge plate portion 33 that is bent outward from the front end of the outer peripheral wall portion 32 is provided. That is, the installation member 30 has a rectangular front opening that is surrounded by the outer peripheral wall portion 32 and opens to the game board D side, and the outer peripheral edge of the edge plate portion 33 is more than the outer peripheral edge of the game board D. It is formed with a small shape and size. Such an installation member 30 is fixed to the game board D by screwing the edge plate part 33 to the rear surface of the game board D, and is installed on the front side of the installation wall part 31 spaced from the rear surface of the game board D. The movable effect device M, other movable effect devices, decorative members and various members are defined.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 and 6, the installation wall portion 31 of the installation member 30 is formed with a display opening 35 penetrating in the front-rear direction, and the display portion H1 is provided on the rear side of the installation wall portion 31. The symbol display device H is detachably mounted with the symbol facing (the symbol display device is not shown in FIGS. 5 and 6). The symbol display device H is a unit member in which a liquid crystal panel forming a display portion H1 capable of displaying various symbols is accommodated in an accommodation case, and on the rear surface of the accommodation case, the display portion H1 of the symbol display device H is provided. A display control device (not shown) that performs display control and a general control device that comprehensively controls game effects of the pachinko machine P are provided. The overall control device is disposed on the symbol display device H, the lamp device disposed on the front frame C, and the middle frame B via a relay board (not shown) disposed on the rear side of the installation wall portion 31. Speakers are electrically connected, and the operation of each device is controlled based on a control signal output from the overall control device. In addition, the general control device is electrically connected to the movable effect device M of the embodiment disposed on the front side of the installation wall portion 31 and the lamp device disposed on the decorative member via the relay board. The operation control of the movable effect device M and the lighting control of each lamp device are performed based on the control signal output from the overall control device. The installation wall portion 31 refers to the upper portion of the display opening 35 as an upper plate portion 31A.

(Moving effect device)
Next, the movable effect device of the embodiment which is fixed to the front surface of the upper plate portion 31A of the installation wall portion 31 of the installation member 30 and is disposed so as to be positioned above the display window 20A of the frame-shaped decorative member 20. M will be described.

  As shown in FIGS. 6 to 11, the movable effect device M according to the embodiment moves up and down between a first initial position (FIGS. 7 and 9) and a first lowered position (FIGS. 18 and 19). A movable body 41, a second movable body 42 that moves up and down between a second initial position (FIGS. 7 and 9) and a second lowered position (FIGS. 18 and 19) as the first movable body 41 moves up and down. As the second movable body 42 moves up and down, the second movable body 42 moves up and down between the third initial position (FIGS. 7 and 9) and the third lowered position (FIGS. 18 and 19). And a third movable body 43 that moves to the third lowered position before moving to the second lowered position. The first movable body 41, the second movable body 42, and the third movable body 43 are disposed directly or indirectly on the base member 40 fixed to the center of the front surface of the upper plate portion 31A of the installation member 30. The movable body 41 and the second movable body 42 are detachably engaged, the second movable body 42 and the third movable body 43 are detachably engaged, and the second movable body 42 is It is urged to move upward to the second initial position by a tension coil spring 160 as urging means.

  The first movable body 41 includes a first effect member S1, the second movable body 42 includes a second effect member S2, and the third movable body 43 includes a third effect member S3. When attached to the front surface of the upper plate portion 31A of the installation member 30, the first to third effect members S1, S2, S3 moves up and down above the display portion H1 of the symbol display device H. The movable effect device M according to the embodiment includes an up / down movement amount of the first effect member S1 due to the operation of the first movable body 41, an up / down movement amount of the second effect member S2 due to the operation of the second movable body 42, and a third movable. The up / down movement amount of the third effect member S3 due to the operation of the body 43 is not the same, the up / down movement amount of the first effect member S1 is the largest, the up / down movement amount of the third effect member S3 is the smallest, and the second effect member The up-and-down movement amount of S2 is set smaller than the up-and-down movement amount of the first effect member S1, and larger than the up-and-down movement amount of the third effect member S3.

(Base member)
As shown in FIGS. 7 to 12, 15, 18, etc., the base member 40 is a plate-like member that is long on the left and right, and is formed in a substantially rectangular shape to constitute the movable effect device M. Are provided on the left side and right side of the installation part 50, and attachment parts 51, 51 formed with screw insertion holes 51A. Yes. Here, in the embodiment, the first operating body 44 that moves the first movable body 41, the third movable body 43, and the first movable body 46 of the first movable body 41 up and down is disposed in the installation portion 50. . Then, the base member 40 is fastened to the screw hole 31B provided in the upper plate portion 31A of the installation member 30 with the screw inserted into the screw insertion hole 51A with respect to the front surface of the upper plate portion 31A of the installation member 30. The front plate 31A is fixed forward on the front surface of the upper plate portion 31A. In addition, a detection sensor 54 that detects a detected portion 86 provided on the first moving body 46 of the first movable body 41 is provided in the right attachment portion 51 when the first movable body 41 reaches the first initial position. It is arranged. Reference numeral 48 denotes a connector board to which wiring for connecting the movable effect device M and the relay board is connected, and reference numeral 108 denotes a decorative member attached to the lower part of the base member 40.

  As shown in FIGS. 12 and 15, a left pedestal portion 52 and a right pedestal portion 53 that protrude forward and extend up and down are respectively provided on the front left edge and the front right edge of the installation portion 50 of the base member 40. A pair of third support members 130 and 130 (described later) that support the third movable body 43 so as to be movable up and down are fixed to the front surfaces of the left and right pedestal portions 52 and 53 so as to be opposed to the left and right. ing. A first guide member (first guide portion) 55 that supports the left side portion of the first movable body 46 in the first movable body 41 extends vertically on the right side of the left pedestal portion 52 on the front surface of the installation portion 50. It is fixed like so. A rear guide piece 56 that supports the right edge portion of the first moving body 46 from the rear is formed on the left side of the right pedestal portion 53 on the front surface of the installation portion 50 so as to protrude forward and extend vertically. . A front guide piece 58 that faces the rear guide piece 56 from the front side and a first support member 57 in which a rack gear 90 described later is formed are disposed on the front surface of the right pedestal portion 53. The front guide piece 58 protrudes rearward and extends up and down. Between the front guide piece 58 and the rear guide piece 56, as shown in FIG. 7B and FIG. A first guide groove 59 into which the right edge portion of the first moving body 46 in the body 41 is inserted from the left side is formed, and the right edge portion of the first moving body 46 that moves up and down is a front guide piece 58 and It is supported from the front and rear by the rear guide piece 56. Further, a first operation mechanism 44 is disposed at a substantially central position in the left-right direction on the front surface of the installation unit 50, and a drive unit constituting the first operation mechanism 44 is provided on the upper right side of the rear surface of the installation unit 50. A motor mounting portion 64 in which the drive motor 60 is disposed is formed.

(First guide member)
As shown in FIG. 7B, the first guide member 55 is a three-stage pulling type slide rail, and has a required length of outer rail 61 and an intermediate rail that is slidably attached downward from the outer rail 61. 63 and an inner rail 62 slidably attached downward from the intermediate rail 63. The first guide member 55 is long in an accommodation state in which the intermediate rail 63 and the inner rail 62 are accommodated in the outer rail 61 and shortened, and in a drawn-out state in which the intermediate rail 63 and the inner rail 62 are extended from the outer rail 61. Is changing. The intermediate rail 63 is supported on the outer rail 61 without rattling by the ball guide, and the inner rail 62 is supported on the intermediate rail 63 without rattling by the ball guide. When the 63 and the inner rail 62 extend downward from the outer rail 61, the inner rail 62 and the inner rail 62 are configured not to swing in the left-right direction and the front-rear direction. The outer rail 61 is firmly fixed by screws in a direction extending perpendicularly to the front surface of the base member 40, and the inner rail 62 is a left edge of the first movable body 46 of the first movable body 41. The parts are firmly fixed by screws at a plurality of positions spaced apart in the vertical direction. Therefore, the right edge side of the first moving body 46 is held in an appropriate posture without being displaced up and down with respect to the base member 40, and with the slide movement of the intermediate rail 63 and the inner rail 62. Thus, the front side of the base member 40 is moved up and down smoothly. 10 to 13, 15 and 16, the outer rail 61 and the inner rail 62 are separated from each other and the intermediate rail 63 is omitted. The first guide member 55 is actually unitized so that the outer rail 61, the intermediate rail 63, and the inner rail 62 cannot be separated from each other.

(First operation mechanism)
As shown in FIGS. 10, 12, 15, and 26, the first operating mechanism 44 includes a drive motor 60 disposed on the rear side of the installation unit 50, and a first motor that is rotated by the drive motor 60. An arm member (first arm) 66 and a first linkage hole 79 provided in the first moving body 46 of the first movable body 41 and connected to the first arm 66 are provided. The drive motor 60 and the first arm member 66 are linked by a drive gear 65 fixed to the drive shaft of the drive motor 60 and a driven gear 68 provided on the first arm member 66. The first arm member 66 is supported on the front side of the installation portion 50 so as to be rotatable about a horizontal axis by a first rotation support shaft (first support shaft) 67, and a driven gear 68 having a larger diameter than the drive gear 65. An arm portion 69 that extends radially outward from the outer peripheral edge of the driven gear 68; and a first linkage roller 70 that is rotatably disposed around the horizontal axis on the front end side of the arm portion 69; The thickness of the driven gear 68 and the arm part 69 in the front-rear direction is minimized. The first linkage roller 70 is slidably engaged with the first linkage hole 79 provided in the first moving body 46 so as to extend in the left-right direction (FIG. 21A, FIG. 23, FIG. 25). Such a first arm member 66 has a first initial rotational position (see FIGS. 20 and 26A) in which the arm portion 69 extends slightly to the right from vertically above, and is driven by the drive motor 60. 1 Between the first maximum rotation position (see FIGS. 25 and 26 (b)) in which the arm portion 69 extends leftward from the vertically lower side by approximately 170 degrees leftward from the initial rotation position (counterclockwise). Is arranged to rotate. Accordingly, the first linkage roller 70 moves in an arc shape convex leftward with respect to the installation portion 50 by the rotation of the first arm member 66, and at this time, reciprocates with respect to the first linkage hole 79. It becomes like this.

  As shown in FIG. 7B, FIG. 9 and FIG. 12, the drive motor 60 as the drive means is disposed on the rear side of the motor mounting portion 64 formed on the upper right side of the installation portion 50 of the base member 40. The drive shaft 60B is fixed in a state of extending to the front side of the installation portion 50 through an insertion hole 64A formed in the motor mounting portion 64. The drive motor 60 is, for example, an electric motor such as a stepping motor capable of forward and reverse rotation, and includes a reduction gear box 60A, and is driven and controlled by the overall control device described above. The driving means is not limited to an electric motor, and may be an actuator using a fluid, a rotary solenoid, or the like.

  The first actuating mechanism 44 stops and holds the first movable body 41 at the first initial position (the first moving body 46 is the first reference position) at the first initial rotation position of the first arm member 66. (FIG. 20) As the first arm member 66 rotates from the first initial rotation position to the first maximum rotation position, the first movable body 41 is moved downward from the first initial position to the first lowered position. Then, at the first maximum rotation position of the first arm member 66, the first movable body 41 is stopped at the first lowered position (the first moving body 46 is the first moving position) (FIG. 25). That is, as shown in FIG. 26B, in the vertical direction of the position of the first linkage roller 70 at the first initial rotation position of the first arm member 66 and the position of the first linkage roller 70 at the first maximum rotation position. The distance L <b> 1 is the moving amount of the first moving body 46.

  As shown in FIGS. 12 and 26, the first arm is in contact with the arm portion 69 from the right side at the first initial rotation position of the first arm member 66 on the front surface of the installation portion 50 of the base member 40. A first stopper 71 that prevents the member 66 from over-rotating in the right direction from the initial position, and the first arm member 66 abuts against the arm portion 69 from the right at the first maximum rotation position of the first arm member 66. A second stopper 72 is formed to prevent 66 from over-rotating in the right direction from the first maximum rotation position. Further, since the position of the arm portion 69 at the first initial rotation position of the first arm member 66 is set to the right from the vertical as described above and as shown in FIGS. When a vertically downward load is applied to the first linkage roller 70 in the non-driven state, the arm portion 69 is pressed against the first stopper 71 to restrict the rotation to the first maximum rotation position side. The Accordingly, when the drive motor 60 is not driven at the first initial rotation position of the first arm member 66, the first arm is not affected even if a load from the first movable body 41 is applied to the first linkage roller 70 from above. Since the member 66 is restricted from rotating to the first maximum rotation position side, the first to third movable bodies 41, 42, 43 are configured to be restricted from moving downward due to their own weight.

(First movable body)
As shown in FIGS. 10, 11, 13, and 16, the first movable body 41 is attached to a first guide member 55 disposed in the installation portion 50 of the base member 40, and the first operating mechanism 44. The second moving mechanism 45 is supported by a first moving body 46 linked to the driving motor 60 and a second guide member (second guide portion) 80 disposed on the first moving body 46 so as to be movable up and down. And a second moving body 47 linked to each other. The first movable body 41 includes a circular first effect member S1 on the front side of the second moving body 47. The first moving body 46 is driven from the first reference position (FIGS. 9 and 20) overlapped with the front side of the installation portion 50 of the base member 40 by the drive of the drive motor 60 of the first operating mechanism 44 and the first reference position. The first movable body 46 can move up and down between the first moved positions (FIGS. 24 and 25) moved downward, and the first movable body 46 becomes the first reference position at the first initial position of the first movable body 41, and The first movable body 41 is the first movement position at the first lowered position. The second moving body 47 is overlapped on the front side of the first moving body 46 by the second operating mechanism 45 that operates when the first moving body 46 moves up and down between the first reference position and the first moving position. Up and down movement between two reference positions (FIGS. 9 and 20) and a second movement position (FIGS. 24 and 25) moved downward from the second reference position and extending below the first moving body 46 The second movable body 47 is in the second reference position at the first initial position of the first movable body 41, and is in the second movement position in the first lowered position of the first movable body 41.

(First moving body)
As shown in FIGS. 7B, 8, 13, and 16, the first moving body 46 includes a right wall of the left pedestal portion 52 provided on the base member 40 and a left wall of the right pedestal portion 53. It is a plate-like member formed in substantially the same vertical length as the vertical length of the installation part 50 with the same horizontal length as the interval in the horizontal direction. A first guide mounting portion 75 for fixing the inner rail 62 of the first guide member 55 to the rear surface is formed at the rear left end of the first moving body 46 so as to extend in the vertical direction. A slide member 76 that is inserted from the left into the first guide groove 59 described above and supported by the front guide piece 58 and the rear guide piece 56 from the front-rear direction is disposed at the rear right end of the first moving body 46. ing. At the right end of the slide member 76, the aforementioned detected portion 86 is formed. Further, on the right side of the first guide mounting portion 75 in the first moving body 46, a second extending vertically in parallel with the first guide mounting portion 75 in a state of being recessed rearward (a state of protruding rearward). A guide mounting portion 77 is provided. A bracket 81 of a second guide member 80 that supports the second moving body 47 so as to be movable up and down with respect to the first moving body 46 is fixed to the second guide mounting section 77, and the second guide mounting section 77 is fixed to the second guide mounting section 77. The fixed second guide member 80 is parallel to the first guide member 55 fixed to the first guide mounting portion 75.

  As shown in FIG. 20, the first moving body 46 has a portion where the second guide mounting portion 77 is formed in the swivel region of the first arm member 66 disposed in the installation portion 50 of the base member 40. It is located on the left side so as not to interfere with the first arm member 66. In the first moving body 46, the rear portion of the second guide attachment portion 77 is close to the front surface of the installation portion 50, and the first operating mechanism 44 is disposed between the first moving body 46 and the front surface of the installation portion 50. It is disposed on the base member 40 in a state in which a space is defined (see FIG. 7B).

  On the front surface of the first moving body 46, as shown in FIGS. 13, 16, 25, and 26, the second moving body 47 is moved up and down in conjunction with the up and down movement of the first moving body 46. A mechanism 45 is disposed on the right side of the front surface. And the 1st connection hole 79 opened in the front-back direction of this 1st moving body 46 is formed in the upper edge part of the 1st moving body 46 so that it may extend in the left-right direction. The first linkage hole 79 is engaged with the first linkage roller 70 of the first arm member 66 disposed in the installation portion 50 of the base member 40 so as to be movable along the first linkage hole 79. .

(Second guide member)
The second guide member 80 has a bracket 81 attached to the second guide attachment portion 77 of the first moving body 46, and an upper end and a lower end, as shown in FIGS. 7B, 10, 13 and 16. It is composed of two guide bars (first guide bar 82 and second guide bar 83) supported by the bracket 81. The bracket 81 is, for example, a steel metal member, and includes a base portion 81A extending in the vertical direction, an upper support portion 81B extending horizontally from the upper edge of the base portion 81A, and a bottom portion of the base portion 81A. An upper support portion 81B that extends horizontally from the edge and a lower support portion 81C that opposes the upper and lower sides is provided, and is fixed to the first moving body 46 using an attachment portion 81D that extends rightward from the middle of the base portion 81A. Is done. The first guide bar 82 and the second guide bar 83 are arranged in a direction intersecting with the up-and-down movement direction of the first moving body 46, that is, separated in the front-rear direction and extended in the up-down direction. The upper end of 83 is supported by the upper support portion 81B of the bracket 81, and the lower ends of the guide bars 82 and 83 are supported by the lower support portion 81C of the bracket 81 and are firmly fixed to the bracket 81.

  As shown in FIGS. 7B, 10, 11, 13 and 16, a second support member 84 extending in the vertical direction is disposed on the front right side of the first moving body 46. . The second support member 84 includes a support portion 84A formed so that the first guide hole 85 that opens in the front-rear direction extends in the up-down direction, and a plurality of (in the embodiment, rearward extension) from the rear surface of the support portion 84A. And three mounting bosses 84B on the left and right sides of the first guide hole 85. The second support member 84 fixes the rear end of each mounting boss 84B to the front surface of the first moving body 46 so that the support portion 84A is positioned on the front side of the first intermediate gear 91 and the second intermediate gear 92. ing. As shown in FIGS. 7B and 25, the first guide roller 103 provided on the right side of the back surface of the second moving body 47 is slidably engaged with the first guide hole 85 to move up and down. The right edge portion of the second moving body 47 is supported.

(Second operating mechanism)
As shown in FIGS. 10, 12, 13, 16, and 26, the second operating mechanism 45 extends to the base member 40 in the vertical direction along the sliding movement direction of the second moving body 47. The rack gear 90 provided on the first support member 57 and the second rotating support shaft (second support shaft) 94 are supported on the front side of the first moving body 46 so as to be rotatable around the horizontal axis. The second arm member 93 linked to the second movable body 47 of the first movable body 41 and the second linkage hole 104 connected to the second arm member 93 are provided. The rack gear 90 and the second arm member 93 are arranged so as to be rotatable about the horizontal axis with respect to the first moving body 46 and mesh with the rack gear 90, and to the first moving body 46. The second intermediate gear 92 is rotatably connected around the horizontal axis and meshed with the first intermediate gear 91. The second arm member 93 is supported on the front side of the first moving body 46 so as to be rotatable about a horizontal axis by a second rotation support shaft (second support shaft) 94, and a driven gear 95 meshed with the second intermediate gear 92. It has. The second operating mechanism 45 includes a first intermediate gear that meshes with the rack gear 90 as the first moving body 46 slides between the first reference position and the first moving position along the first guide member 55. 91 and the second intermediate gear 92 rotate and the second arm member 93 rotates, so that the second moving body 47 is slid along the second guide member 80 between the second reference position and the second movement position. It can be moved.

  As shown in FIGS. 20 and 25, the rack gear 90 is moved up and down with the left edges of the first support member 57 fixed to the right pedestal portion 53 of the base member 40 with the teeth facing leftward. Arranged to align. The vertical length of the rack gear 90 is set to be larger than the vertical movement amount of the first moving body 46, and each tooth is placed on the front side of the right edge portion of the first moving body 46 in the first movable body 41 disposed on the base member 40. Is facing. 20 and 26, the rack gear 90 is always meshed with the first intermediate gear 91, and the first intermediate gear 91 rotates while the first moving body 46 moves up and down. ing.

  The first intermediate gear 91 is disposed on the upper right side of the first moving body 46 so as to be freely rotatable around a horizontal axis by a rotation support shaft, and faces the rack gear 90 facing the front side of the right edge of the first moving body 46. Always mesh. The first intermediate gear 91 is located near the upper end of the rack gear 90 at the first reference position of the first moving body 46 (FIGS. 20 and 26A), and the first moving body 46 is at the first reference position. When moving up and down between the first extending position and the first extending position, it rotates about the rotation support shaft while meshing with the rack gear 90, and the first extending position of the first moving body 46 is located near the lower end of the rack gear 90. (FIGS. 25 and 26B). The second intermediate gear 92 is disposed at the lower left of the first intermediate gear 91 so as to be freely rotatable around a horizontal axis by a rotation support shaft, and is always meshed with the first intermediate gear 91. When the first intermediate gear 91 rotates, the first intermediate gear 91 rotates in the opposite direction around the rotation support shaft.

  As shown in FIGS. 13, 16 and 26, the second arm member 93 includes a driven gear 95 having a larger diameter than the first intermediate gear 91 and the second intermediate gear 92 on the outer periphery, and the driven gear 95. An arm portion 96 extending radially outward from the front end surface of the first arm portion 96, and a second linkage roller 97 rotatably disposed around the horizontal axis on the front end side of the arm portion 96. The second linkage roller 97 is slidably engaged with the second linkage hole 104 provided in the second moving body 47, as shown in FIGS. Such a second arm member 93 has a second initial rotation position (see FIGS. 20 and 26A) in which the arm portion 96 extends substantially vertically upward, and the second intermediate gear 92 rotates. Rotate left by about 180 degrees from the initial position (counterclockwise) so that the arm portion 96 rotates between the second maximum rotation position (see FIGS. 25 and 26B) extended substantially vertically downward. It is arranged. Accordingly, the second linkage roller 97 moves in a semicircular arc shape protruding leftward with respect to the first moving body 46 by the rotation of the second arm member 93, and at this time, reciprocates along the second linkage hole 104. To move.

  The second operating mechanism 45 stops and holds the first movable body 41 at the first initial position (the second moving body 47 is the second reference position) at the second initial rotation position of the second arm member 93. (FIG. 20), as the first arm member 66 rotates from the first initial rotation position toward the first maximum rotation position, the first moving body 46 moves downward from the first reference position to the first movement position, As the second arm member 93 rotates from the second reference rotation position toward the second maximum rotation position, the first movable body 41 is moved downward from the first initial position to the first lowered position. Then, at the second maximum rotation position of the second arm member 93, the first movable body 41 stops at the first lowered position (the second moving body 47 is the second moving position) (FIG. 25). That is, as shown in FIG. 26B, in the vertical direction of the position of the second linkage roller 97 at the second initial rotation position of the second arm member 93 and the position of the second linkage roller 97 at the second maximum rotation position. This distance L2 is set to be the amount of up-and-down movement of the second moving body 47.

(Second moving body)
As shown in FIGS. 7 (b), 13 and 16, the second moving body 47 is disposed in the left-right direction of the second guide member 80 and the guide portion 81A disposed on the first moving body 46. The connection support part 100 is longer than the distance from the left and right, and the attachment part 101 is formed to extend downward from the substantially right and left center of the connection support part 100. On the left side of the rear surface of the connection support portion 100, a slide portion 102 is provided so as to protrude rearward. The slide portion 102 has a first guide bar 82 and a second guide bar 83 inserted vertically, and both guide bars. 82 and 83 are slidably supported. In addition, on the right side of the rear surface of the connection support portion 100, a first guide roller 103 that engages with the first guide hole 85 described above from the front side is disposed so as to be rotatable around a horizontal axis. Further, a second linkage hole 104 that opens in the front-rear direction of the second moving body 47 is formed in the left-right center of the connection support portion 100 so as to extend in the left-right direction. A second linkage roller 97 of a second arm member 93 disposed in the first moving body 46 is engaged with the second linkage hole 104 so as to be movable in the left-right direction.

  Further, as shown in FIGS. 10 and 11, guide support surfaces 105 and 105 are formed on the left end edge and the right end edge of the connection support portion 100 so as to come into contact with the side surface of the lifting support body 140 of the second movable body 42. The elevating supports 140 and 140 can be held from the side (FIG. 25). Furthermore, contact portions 106 and 106 as first engagement means are provided at the lower left end and the lower right end of the connection support portion 100. As shown in FIG. 21 (b), the contact portions 106, 106 are engaged with the contacted portions 143, 143 provided on the second movable body 42 so as to be detachable from above. Yes.

  As shown in FIG. 13, the mounting portion 101 is formed in a substantially rectangular shape when viewed from the front side. The front lower left corner portion and the front lower right corner portion have a front portion as shown in FIGS. Fixed support portions (mounting portions) 107 and 107 extending to the bottom are formed. The first effect member S <b> 1 is attached to the tips of the fixed attachment portions 107 and 107.

(First production member)
As shown in FIGS. 6 to 9, 13, and 16, the first effect member S <b> 1 includes a base 110 attached to the front side of the second moving body 47, and a rotation shaft that is rotatably supported by the base 110. Rotating body 112 attached to the front portion of 111, operating motor 113 attached to the rear side of base 110 and linked to rotating body 112 via a gear, and rotating body 112 covered on the front side of base 110. The illumination board 114 etc. which are arrange | positioned are provided. A motor mounting portion 115 for fixing the operating motor 113 is provided at the lower rear side of the base 110, and rod-shaped mounting support members 116 and 116 that are screwed to the mounting portion 101 of the second moving body 47 protrude rearward. The first effect member S1 is fixed to the front side of the second moving body 47 by fixing the rear portions of the attachment support members 116, 116 to the attachment portion 101. The rotating body 112 has an opening formed at a part of the front surface, and the opening is closed from the inside by a light transmitting member 117 formed of a transparent or translucent member capable of transmitting light. The front surface and the outer peripheral surface excluding the opening of the body 112 are formed into a required design shape and are subjected to surface treatment such as plating. The rotating body 112 is rotated by driving of the operating motor 113, and the light transmitting member 117 facing the opening is illuminated from the back side so that the light emitting part of the illumination board 114 is controlled to be turned on or blinked to be bright. Yes.

(Third support member)
As shown in FIGS. 9, 10, 12, and 15, the left and right third support members 130 and 130 are configured symmetrically with the same basic configuration, although there are slight differences in shape. . That is, each of the third support members 130 and 130 is opposed to the front surface of the pedestal portions 52 and 53 in parallel, and has a mounting portion 131 formed with two mounting bosses 131 </ b> A extending rearward from the rear surface, and the mounting portion 131. And a support portion 132 formed so as to extend in the up-down direction from a third guide hole 133 that extends forward from the end edge on the installation portion 50 side and opens in the left-right direction. The third support members 130 and 130 are fixed to the base member 40 with screws in a state where the mounting boss 131A is in contact with the front surfaces of the pedestal portions 52 and 53. In the third guide hole 133 of the left third support member 130, as shown in FIGS. 9B and 20, two guides extending leftward from the left side plate portion 123 of the third movable body 43 are provided. The pins 126, 126 are slidably engaged, and the third movable body is inserted into the third guide hole 133 of the right third support member 130 as shown in FIGS. 9A, 20 and 24. Two guide pins 127 and 127 extending rightward from the right side plate portion 124 of 43 are slidably engaged, and the third movable body 43 is supported from both the left and right sides.

(Third movable body)
Next, the third movable body 43 that supports the second movable body 42 so as to be movable up and down will be described. As shown in FIGS. 10, 11, 14, and 17, the third movable body 43 includes a support member 120 that is supported by the base member 40 so as to be movable up and down via the third support members 130 and 130, and And a third effect member S3 attached to the front side of the support member 120. The support member 120 has a plate-shaped mounting plate portion 121 formed in a shape in which the upper end is linear and the left and right central portions of the lower end are notched upward, and vertically on the left and right edges of the mounting plate portion 121. Elevating support portions 122, 122 that are provided to extend and support the elevating support members 140, 140 of the second movable body 42 so as to be movable up and down, and extend rearward from the left edge of the left elevating support portion 122. A left side plate portion 123 and a right side plate portion 124 extending rearward from the right side of the right lifting support portion 122. The third movable body 43 has a left and right length from the outer surface of the left side plate portion 123 to the outer surface of the right side plate portion 124. The third movable body 43 has a support portion 132 of the left third support member 130 and a support portion 132 of the right third support member 130. It is set slightly smaller than the left-right interval. A plurality (two in the embodiment) of fixed bosses 125 are formed on the front surface of the mounting plate 121 so as to protrude forward, and a screw for fixing the third effect member S3 to the front side of the support member 120 is the fixed boss. Fastened to the tip of 125.

  The left and right lifting support portions 122 and 122 are recessed from the front surface of the mounting plate portion 121 to the rear, and are formed in a groove shape that opens forward and vertically, and the lifting support members 140 and 140 of the second movable body 42 are vertically moved. It can move in the direction. Here, the step in the front-rear direction between the front surface of each lifting support portion 122, 122 and the front surface of the mounting plate portion 121 is formed to be the same as the front-rear width of the lifting support members 140, 140 of the second movable body 42. . In addition, a second guide hole 128 that opens in the front-rear direction is formed in each of the elevating support parts 122, 122 so as to extend vertically. As shown in FIG. 25, two mounting pins 145 (145A, 145B) provided on the lifting support 140 of the second movable body 42 are engaged with the second guide holes 128, 128 so as to be movable up and down. Has been.

  On the left outer surface of the left side plate portion 123 of the third movable body 43, two guide pins that slidably engage by slidably entering a third guide hole 133 provided in the left third support member 130 from the right side. 126 protrudes to the left and is arranged side by side in the vertical direction, and enters the third guide hole 133 provided in the right third support member 130 from the left on the right outer surface of the right side plate portion 124. Thus, two guide pins 127 that are slidably engaged with each other protrude to the right and are arranged side by side. Thus, the third movable body 43 is supported from the left and right by the left and right third support members 130 and 130 with the left and right guide pins 126 and 127 engaged with the left and right third guide holes 133 and 133, respectively. Move up and down. The position at which the upper guide pin (hereinafter referred to as “upper guide pin 126A, 127A”) of the left and right guide pins 126, 127 contacts the upper end 133A of the corresponding third guide hole 133 is the third movable body. 43, the lower left guide pin 126 and 127, the lower guide pin (hereinafter referred to as “lower guide pins 126B and 127B”) abuts the lower end 133B of the corresponding third guide hole 133. The position becomes the third lowered position of the third movable body 43. A washer having a diameter larger than the opening width in the short direction of the corresponding third guide hole 133 is attached to the tip of each guide pin 126, 127 to prevent the guide pins 126, 127 from coming off. .

(3rd production member)
As shown in FIGS. 10, 14, 17 and 18, the third effect member S <b> 3 is horizontally long and has a predetermined design shape, and has a surface treatment such as plating on the outer surface. It is a plate-shaped member. A screw insertion hole 137 that matches the fixed boss 125 provided in the mounting plate portion 121 of the support member 120 is formed on the center left side of the upper edge and the center right side of the lower edge in the third effect member S3. The third effect member S3 is fixed to the front side of the support member 120 by fastening a screw to the fixing boss 125 via the screw insertion hole 137. In addition, a recess 138 that is notched upward is formed at the left and right center of the lower edge of the third effect member S3.

  The third movable body 43 moves downward while being supported by the left and right third support members 130 and 130 by the weights of the support member 120 and the third effect member S3. Further, the third movable body 43 pushes against the second movable body 42 from below by the upward movement of the second movable body 42 by the urging force of the tension coil spring 160 hooked on the second movable body 42. Has been moved up.

(Second movable body)
As shown in FIGS. 10, 11, 14, and 17, the second movable body 42 is a pair of left and right lifts disposed on the lift support portions 122 and 122 of the third movable body 43 so as to be movable up and down. The support bodies 140 and 140 and the third effect member S3 attached to the front side of the both lift support bodies 140 and 140 are provided. The left and right lifting support bodies 140, 140 are partially different in shape but have the same basic configuration, and are vertically elongated main body part 141, and attachment part 142 provided on the lower front side of the main body part 141, The abutted portion 143 as a first engaging means with which the abutting portion 106 provided on the first movable body 41 is detachably engaged from above, and the upper end of the upper latching portion 135 is hooked. The lower end of the coil spring 160 is provided with a lower locking portion 144 to be locked. Here, the left elevating support 140 will be described while instructing, and the right elevating support 140 will be denoted by the same reference numerals for the same parts and portions, and the description thereof will be omitted.

  As shown in FIGS. 14 and 17, the main body portion 141 of the elevating support 140 is configured by assembling a front main body member 140 </ b> A and a rear main body member 140 </ b> B elongated in the front-rear direction. The front main body member 140 </ b> A is located on the front side of the elevating support part 122 in the support member 120 of the third movable body 43, and the rear main body member 140 </ b> B is located on the rear side of the elevating support part 122, It is arranged to be movable up and down while being sandwiched from the front and rear. A plurality of (three in the embodiment) mounting pins 145 projecting forward are formed on the front surface of the rear body member 140B so as to be spaced apart in the vertical direction, and the front end of each mounting pin 145 is the rear surface of the front body member 140A. The mounting pins 145 are attached between the rear surface of the front body member 140A and the front surface of the rear body member 140B by fastening screws to the mounting pins 145A and 145B from the front side of the front body member 140A. A gap having a front-rear width corresponding to the protruding length is defined so that the lifting support portion 122 can be sandwiched from the front and rear.

  Of the three mounting pins 145 in each lifting support 140, the mounting pin located at the top (hereinafter referred to as “upper mounting pin 145A”) and the mounting pin positioned second from the top (hereinafter referred to as “middle mounting pin 145B”). Is inserted through the second guide hole 128 provided in the elevating support portion 122, and the upper mounting pin 145A and the middle mounting pin 145B are in contact with the upper end 128A or the lower end 128B of the second guide hole 128. It functions as a regulating member that comes into contact with and regulates the up-and-down movement amount of the second movable body 42. That is, the upper mounting pin 145 </ b> A contacts the upper end 128 </ b> A of the second guide hole 128 when the lifting / lowering support body 140 moves upward with respect to the lifting / lowering support part 122, and the middle mounting pin 145 </ b> B contacts the third movable body 43. When the second movable body 42 moves downward, the second movable body 42 comes into contact with the lower end 128B of the second guide hole 128. Therefore, the second movable body 42 is located with respect to the support member 120 of the third movable body 43 between the position where the upper mounting pin 145A is in contact with the upper end 128A and the position where the middle mounting pin 145B is in contact with the lower end 128B. It can be moved up and down.

  The attachment portion 142 is formed with a screw insertion hole 142A that extends from the main body portion 141 to the left and right and through which a screw fastened to the rear end of the attachment boss 153 that protrudes rearward from the rear surface of the second effect member S2. The second effect member S <b> 2 is attached to the front side of both the lifting support bodies 140 and 140 by fastening the screw to the attachment boss 153 from the rear side through the screw insertion hole 142 </ b> A. Then, each of the elevating supports 140 and 140 moves up and down relative to the support member 120 of the third movable body 43, so that the second movable body 42 moves up and down relative to the third movable body 43.

  The contacted portion 143 as the first engaging means is formed in a state of protruding from the lower end of the main body portion 141 to the side (rightward for the left lifting support 140 and leftward for the left lifting support 140). (See FIG. 14) The contact portion 106 provided on the first moving body 46 of the first movable body 41 is in contact with the upper surface from above. Accordingly, as shown in FIG. 21 (b), each of the elevating supports 140, 140 has a contact portion 106 of the first movable body 41 coming into contact with the contacted portion 143 from above, so that the first movable body In addition to being pushed downward as 41 moves downward, the upward movement due to the bias of the tension coil spring 160 is restricted.

(2nd production member)
As shown in FIGS. 10, 11, 14, and 17, the second effect member S <b> 2 is attached to the base 150 that is fixed to the front side of the elevating supports 140 and 140 and the front side of the base 150. And a lighting board 152 disposed on the front side of the base material 150 so as to be covered with the decoration cover member 151. On the rear side of the base material 150, mounting bosses 153 and 153 that abut on the mounting portions 142 of the elevating supports 140 and 140 from the front side are protruded rearward, and screws inserted through the mounting portions 142 from the rear are attached to the mounting bosses. By fastening to 153, 153, the third effect member S3 is fixed to the elevating supports 140, 140. The decorative cover member 151 is a transparent synthetic resin molding member, and the front surface is divided into a light-transmitting region 151A that allows light transmission and a light-impermeable region 151B that cannot transmit light, and the light-transmitting region 151A. The outer surface is formed into a required design shape and is formed into a concavo-convex shape to provide a light diffusing function, and the light-impermeable region 151B has a surface treatment such as plating on the outer surface. Accordingly, the second effect member S2 is configured such that when the light emitting portion of the illumination board 152 is controlled to be turned on or blinked, the translucent area 151A of the decorative cover member 151 is brightened to enhance the effect. In addition, a recessed portion 155 is formed in the lower portion of the decorative cover member 151 so as to be recessed upward and open forward and backward and downward. The recess 155 is for avoiding interference with the above-described mounting support members 116 and 116 provided on the first movable body 41 at the second initial position. Note that the decorative cover member 151 may be configured such that the transparent region 151A is formed of another member that can transmit light as a member having the transparent region 151A opened as in the first rendering device S1 described above. .

(Tension coil spring)
The left and right tension coil springs 160 and 160 that are hooked on the upper hooking portion 135 and the lower hooking portion 144 and extend vertically are in a natural state even when the second movable body 42 is in the second initial position. The second movable body 42 is biased toward the second initial position and held at the second initial position, and the third movable body 43 is moved to the second initial position. 2 An urging force that can be indirectly urged toward the third initial position via the movable body 42 and held at the second initial position is expressed. In other words, each of the tension coil springs 160 and 160 moves the third movable body 43 and the second movable body 42 to the second initial position even when the weight of the third movable body 43 and the weight of the second movable body 42 are added. And move up and down toward the third initial position, and can be held at each of the second initial position and the third initial position. Each of the tension coil springs 160 and 160 is elastically extended when the second movable body 42 moves downward to the second lowered position, and allows the second movable body 42 to move downward to the second lowered position. It is supposed to be.

(Regarding the mutual relationship between the first to third movable bodies)
In the movable effect device M according to the embodiment, the contact portion 106 provided on the first movable body 41 and the contacted portion 143 provided on the second movable body 42 serve as the first movable body as the first engaging means. It is comprised so that it can engage / disengage with 41 raising / lowering movement. That is, the contact portion 106 of the first movable body 41 in the first initial position shown in FIG. 20 is spaced upward from the contacted portion 143 of the second movable body 42 in the second initial position. The engagement between the contact portion 106 and the contacted portion 143 is released. Thus, the first movable body 41 is stopped and held at the first initial position by the stop of the drive motor 60, the first moving body 46 is stopped and held at the first reference position, and the second moving body 47 is held at the second reference position. Hold on to stop. In addition, when the first movable body 41 is stopped and held at the first initial position, the third movable body 43 is stopped and held at the second initial position and biased by the tension coil springs 160 and 160. The movable body 42 is held at the third initial position.

  When the first movable body 41 moves downward from the first initial position toward the first lowered position by driving the drive motor 60, that is, when the first movable body 41 is lowered to the middle position shown in FIGS. 21 and 22, the second initial position is reached. The abutting portion 106 abuts on the abutted portion 143 of the second movable body 42 that has been stopped at an upper position so that the abutting portion 106 and the abutted portion 143 are engaged. Yes. That is, the contact portion 106 and the contacted portion 143 are kept engaged when the first movable body 41 is between the midway position shown in FIG. 21 and the first lowered position shown in FIG. . In the engaged state of the contact portion 106 and the contacted portion 143, the second movable body 42 moves up and down between the second initial position and the second lowered position as the first movable body 41 moves up and down. Is configured to do.

  Further, the upper end 128A of each second guide hole 128, 128 provided in the third movable body 43 and the upper mounting pin 145A provided in the second movable body 42 serve as the second engaging means and the upper end 128A. When the second movable body 42 is moved up and down in the engaged state with the mounting pin 145A, the third movable body 43 functions to move up and down between the third initial position and the third lowered position. That is, when the second movable body 42 is in the second initial position shown in FIG. 20, the upper end 128A of the second guide hole 128 is in contact with the upper mounting pin 145A from above, so that the third movable body 43 is in the third initial position. Retained. Then, when the second movable body 42 is moved downward by being pressed from above by the first movable body 41, the third movable body 43 is moved by its own weight while the engagement between the upper end 128A and the upper mounting pin 145A is maintained. It moves downward from the third initial position toward the third lowered position.

  Further, when the second movable body 47 moves upward from the second lowered position while the third movable body 43 is held at the third lowered position shown in FIGS. 23 and 24, the upper mounting pin 145A is lowered to the upper end 128A. Will come into contact. As a result, the third movable body 43 moves upward while following the upward movement of the second movable body 42 in a state where the upper mounting pin 145A and the upper end 128A are engaged and held. When the second initial position is reached, the third movable body 43 reaches the third initial position.

  Further, the lower ends 133B and 133B of the third guide holes 133 and 133 of the third support members 130 and 130 disposed on the base member 40 and the lower guide pins 126B and 127B provided on the third movable body 43, respectively. Means that the second movable body 42 is engaged as a third engagement means at a midway position where the second movable body 42 moves from the second initial position to the second lowered position (see FIG. 24). It functions to restrict the downward movement of the movable body 43 and hold it at the third lowered position. Further, the upper mounting pin 145A of the second movable body 42 and the upper end 128A of the third movable body 43 are engaged at a midway position where the second movable body 42 moves upward from the second lowered position toward the second initial position. When the third movable body 43 is pushed from below, the engagement between the lower end 133B of each third guide hole 133 and the lower guide pins 126B, 127B is released, and the third movable body 43 is moved to the second movable body 43. Following the body 42, it moves upward from the third lowered position toward the third initial position.

(About the arrangement of the first guide member and the electric motor)
As shown in FIGS. 10, 11, 18, and 26, the first operating mechanism 44 intersects the vertical direction that is the sliding movement direction of the first moving body 46 with respect to the installation portion 50 of the base member 40. The first guide member 55 is disposed on the left end side opposite to the right end of the first moving body 46, while being arranged to be biased toward the right end side, which is one end side of the first moving body 46, in the left-right direction. ing. That is, the first guide member 55 is firmly fixed to the rigid first guide member 55 at the first guide mounting portion 75 provided at the left end portion of the first moving body 46, and is fixed to the first guide member 55. Since it is supported, it can move up and down stably with respect to the base member 40. Since the left end side of the first moving body 46 is firmly supported by the first guide member 55, the right end side of the first moving body 46 is simplified to be supported from the front and rear by the front guide piece 58 and the rear guide piece 56. Thus, the first operating mechanism 44 can be disposed so as to be biased toward the right end side of the first moving body 46.

(About engagement between the first arm member and the first moving body)
As shown in FIGS. 20, 25, and 26, the first arm member 66 rotates to the installation portion 50 of the base member 40 by the first rotation support shaft 67 on the first guide member 55 side with respect to the drive motor 60. The first arm is supported in a state where the first linkage roller 70 is engaged with the first linkage hole 79 of the first moving body 46 on the first guide member 55 side of the first rotation support shaft 67. The member 66 and the first moving body 46 are connected. That is, as described above, when the first arm member 66 moves in a circular arc shape closer to the first guide member 55 than the first rotation support shaft 67, the first linkage roller 70 enters the first linkage hole 79. It is designed to move along. As a result, the force acting on the first moving body 46 due to the rotation of the first arm member 66 is applied to a portion near the first guide member 55 that supports the first moving body 46. The one moving body 46 moves up and down smoothly and stably with its inclination and deformation being restricted.

(About the arrangement of the second guide member and the second operating mechanism)
As shown in FIGS. 20, 25, and 26, the second operating mechanism 45 is vertically movable, which is the sliding movement direction of the second moving body 47 with respect to the front surface of the first moving body 46 of the first movable body 41. The second guide member 80 is arranged on the left end side opposite to the right end of the second moving body 47, while being biased to the right end side, which is one end side of the second moving body 47, in the left-right direction intersecting with the second moving body 47. It is arranged. That is, the second guide member 80 is strong against the first guide bar 82 and the second guide bar 83 of the rigid second guide member 80 in the slide portion 102 provided on the left end rear side of the second moving body 47. Since it is supported, it can move up and down stably with respect to the base member 40. Since the left end side of the second moving body 47 is firmly supported by the first guide bar 82 and the second guide bar 83 of the second guide member 80, the right end side of the second moving body 47 is the first guide hole 85. In addition, a support structure by the first guide roller 103 can be provided, whereby the second operating mechanism 45 can be arranged to be biased toward the right end side of the second moving body 47.

(About engagement between the second arm member and the second movable body)
As shown in FIGS. 20, 25, and 26, the second arm member 93 is rotated to the first moving body 46 by the second rotation support shaft 94 on the second guide member 80 side with respect to the second intermediate gear 92. The second arm is supported in such a manner that the second linkage roller 97 is engaged with the second linkage hole 104 of the second moving body 47 on the second guide member 80 side from the second rotation support shaft 94. The member 93 and the second moving body 47 are connected. That is, as described above, the second arm member 93 moves along the second link hole 104 along the second link hole 104 while moving in a circular arc shape closer to the second guide member 80 than the second rotation support shaft 94. To move left and right. Accordingly, the force acting on the second moving body 47 by the rotation of the second arm member 93 is configured to be applied to a portion close to the second guide member 80 that supports the second moving body 47, and the second The moving body 47 moves up and down smoothly and stably with its inclination and deformation being restricted.

(About the mounting part)
As shown in FIGS. 9A and 20, the fixed support portions 107 and 107 and the attachment support members 116 and 116 for attaching the first effect member S1 to the attachment portion 101 of the first movable body 41 are as shown in FIGS. At the first initial position of the first movable body 41, the first movable body 41 is positioned directly below the second movable body 42 at the second initial position and the third movable body 43 at the third initial position. That is, the fixed support portion 107 and the attachment support member 116 are positioned so as to intersect the moving region in which the second movable body 42 moves from the second initial position to the second lowered position, and the third movable body 43 has the third initial position. It is located so as to intersect with the moving region that moves from the position to the third lowered position. Accordingly, when the first movable body 41 is stopped at the first initial position, the second movable body 42 is prevented from moving downward to the second lowered position by the fixed support portion 107 and the attachment support member 116, and the first The downward movement of the three movable bodies 43 to the third lowered position is also restricted by the fixed support portion 107 and the attachment support member 116, and when the drive motor 60 is stopped, the second movable body 42 and the third movable body 43 are moved. Downward movement is impossible. Further, the first movable body 41 is moved from the first initial position to the first lowered position by driving the drive motor 60, so that the second movable body 42 is moved downward from the second initial position to the second lowered position. The third movable body 43 is allowed to move downward from the third initial position to the third lowered position, and the first to third movable bodies 41, 42, 43 are operated in a prescribed order. It is like that.

(Operation of Example)
In the pachinko machine P of the embodiment configured as described above, the pachinko ball launched into the game area 10 of the game board D is the start winning opening 15A of the first start winning device 15 or the start winning of the second start winning device 16. When the main control device receives a ball detection signal from the ball detection switch arranged in the first start winning device 15 and the second start winning device 16 after winning the mouth 16A, the main control device performs a big hit lottery. At the same time, a control signal is output to the overall control device, and a symbol variation effect is performed on the display unit H1 of the symbol display device H. Then, when a big hit occurs as a result of the big win lottery, the main control device stops and displays the symbols in a predetermined symbol combination on the display unit H1 of the symbol display device H via the overall control device, and the opening / closing door of the special winning device 21 The winning opening is opened by opening 21A. Further, the overall control device uses the control signal from the main control device to change the movable effect device M of the embodiment, its effect device, the lighting means, etc. to the game contents on the display unit H1 of the symbol display device H. In addition, comprehensively control the operation.

(Modes of the first to third movable bodies when the drive motor 60 is stopped)
In the stop state of the drive motor 60, the movable effect member M is stopped and held at the first initial position by the first movable body 41 linked to the first operating mechanism 44, as shown in FIGS. The second movable body 42 is biased upward of the tension coil spring 160, and the upper guide pins 126 A and 127 A of the second movable body 42 are engaged with the upper end 133 A of the third guide hole 133 of the third movable body 43. Thus, the second initial position and the third initial position are maintained. Further, the first movable body 41 and the second movable body 42 are disengaged. In the first movable body 41, the first moving body 46 is stopped and held at the first reference position, the second moving body 47 is stopped and held at the second reference position, and the first moving body 46 is placed in front of the base member 40. The second moving body 47 is positioned in front of the first moving body 46 and the first effect member S1 is positioned in front of the base member 40. Then, the second effect member S2 of the second movable body 42 stopped and held at the second initial position overlaps the rear side of the first effect member S1, and the third movable body 43 stopped and held at the third initial position. The third effect member S3 overlaps the rear side of the second effect member S3. That is, as shown in FIG. 3, each of the first to third effect members S <b> 1 to S <b> 3 retreats upward from the front side of the display portion H <b> 1 of the symbol display device H, and first from the front side in front of the base member 40. The effect member S1, the second effect member S2, and the third effect member S3 are arranged in this order.

(Descent mode of first to third movable bodies driven by drive motor 60)
When the drive motor 60 of the first operating mechanism 44 is driven and controlled, the first arm member 66 starts to rotate from the first initial rotation position to the first maximum rotation position, and only the first movable body 41 is the first. 1 Starts downward movement from the initial position toward the first downward position. Accordingly, in the first movable body 41, the first moving body 46 linked to the first arm member 66 moves downward from the first reference position toward the first extending position, and the first moving body 46 is lowered. By moving, the second operating mechanism 45 is operated, the second arm member 93 starts to rotate from the second initial rotation position toward the second maximum rotation position, and the second moving body 47 is moved from the second reference position to the second reference position. 2 Move downward toward the extended position.

  When the first movable body 41 moves down to the midway position shown in FIGS. 21 and 22, the contact portion 106 provided on the first movable body 46 changes to the contacted portion 143 provided on the second movable body 42. Abut from above. After the contact portion 106 and the contacted portion 143 are engaged, the second movable body 42 moves from the second initial position toward the second lowered position as the first movable body 41 moves downward. The third movable body is started in a state in which the upper mounting pins 145A and 145A of the second movable body 42 are engaged with the upper ends 128A and 128A of the second guide holes 128 of the third movable body 43 while starting to move downward. 43 starts to move downward from the third initial position toward the third lowered position by its own weight. Accordingly, immediately after the contact portion 106 and the contacted portion 143 contact each other, all of the first to third movable bodies 41, 42, and 43 simultaneously move downward.

  Then, when the lower guide pins 126B and 127B of the third movable body 43 moved downward by its own weight come into contact with the lower ends 133B of the third guide holes 133 and 133 from above (see FIGS. 23 and 24), the third movable body 43 The body 43 stops at the third lowered position. In addition, the engagement between the upper mounting pins 145A and 145A of the second movable body 42 and the upper ends 128A and 128A of the second guide hole 128 of the third movable body 43 is released, and the second movable body 42 moves downward toward the first lowered position. The second movable body 42 pushed downward by the first movable body 41 further moves downward toward the second lowered position following the first movable body 41. Accordingly, after the third movable body 43 stops at the third lowered position, the first movable body 41 and the second movable body 42 move downward simultaneously.

  As shown in FIGS. 18 and 25, when the first movable body 41 moves down to the first lowered position, the drive motor 60 of the first operating mechanism 44 stops and the first movable body 41 moves to the first lowered position. Stop. Further, when the first movable body 41 stops at the first lowered position, the second movable body 42 stops at the second lowered position. In the first movable body 41, the first moving body 46 moves downward to the first extending position and extends below the base member 40, and the second moving body 47 moves downward to the second extending position. Thus, the first moving body 46 extends downward.

  In a state where the first to third movable bodies 41, 42, 43 are stopped at the first to third lowered positions, respectively, as shown in FIGS. 18 and 19, the first effect member of the first movable body 41 is provided. S1 is located at the lowest position, the second effect member S2 of the second movable body 42 is located above and behind the first effect member S1, and the third moveable body 43 is located above and behind the second effect device S2. 3 production | generation member S3 comes to be located. Thereby, as shown in FIG. 4, the movable effect device M changes to be long downward and is positioned in front of the display unit H <b> 1 of the symbol display device H.

(Raising mode of first to third movable bodies by reverse driving of driving motor 60)
On the other hand, when the first to third movable bodies 41, 42, and 43 are in the first to third lowered positions, respectively, when the drive motor 60 of the first operating mechanism 44 is driven in reverse, the first movable body is moved. The body 41 starts to move upward toward the first initial position. Accordingly, the second movable body 42 is urged by the tension coil spring 160 with the contact portion 106 of the first movable body 41 and the contacted portion 143 of the second movable body 42 engaged. Following the first movable body 41, the ascending movement is started from the second lowered position toward the second initial position. That is, when the drive motor 60 is reversely driven, first, the first movable body 41 and the second movable body 42 start to move upward simultaneously.

  When the second movable body 42 moves up to the position shown in FIGS. 23 and 24, the upper mounting pins 145A and 145A of the second movable body 42 and the upper ends 128A and 128A of the second guide holes 128 of the third movable body 43 are obtained. And become engaged. When the second movable body 42 moves upward from the position shown in FIGS. 23 and 24, the lower guide pins 126B and 127B of the third movable body 43 and the lower ends 133B and 133B of the third guide hole 133 are engaged. By being released, the third movable body 43 moves upwardly toward the third initial position following the second movable body 42 by the engagement of the upper mounting pins 145A, 145A and the upper ends 128A, 128A. become. Thereby, each 1st-3rd movable body 41,42,43 comes to raise simultaneously.

  When the upper guide pins 126A and 127A of the third movable body 43 are engaged with the upper ends 133A and 133A of the third guide hole 133 from below, the third movable body 43 comes to stop at the third initial position, and Since the upper mounting pins 145A and 145A are engaged with the upper ends 128A and 128A of the second guide holes 128 and 128, respectively, the second movable body 42 is brought into the second initial position simultaneously with the stop of the third movable body 43. To stop. At this time, the engagement between the contact portion 106 of the first movable body 41 and the contacted portion 143 of the second movable body 42 is released, and only the first movable body 41 moves upward toward the first initial position. It becomes like this. When the first movable body 41 rises to the first initial position and the detected portion 86 is detected by the detection sensor 54, the drive motor 60 is controlled to stop, and the first movable body 41 is 1 Stop at the initial position.

  Therefore, according to the pachinko machine P of the embodiment, while the movable effect device M constituting the pachinko machine P is moved up and down by the single drive motor 60, the second movable body 42 and The third movable body 43 moves up and down together, or the third movable body 43 stops and the second movable body 42 moves up and down. That is, even when there is only one drive motor 60, when each of the three movable bodies moves up and down at the same time, when two movable bodies move up and down at the same time, and when only one movable body moves up and down. In addition, each movable body 41, 42, 43 operates asynchronously, and a high performance effect can be obtained. And since it comprised so that each 1st-3rd movable body 41,42,43 might be act | operated by the one drive motor 60, the external size of the movable production | presentation apparatus M was comprised small, and the installation member of the pachinko machine P The arrangement space of the movable effect device M in 30 can be reduced, and the degree of freedom of the arrangement of other movable effect members, decorative members, and other devices disposed in the vicinity of the movable effect device M is increased. It is done.

  Then, the first arm member 66 of the first operating mechanism 44 disposed on the base member 40 is connected to the first arm member 66 by the drive motor 60 being rotated from the first initial rotation position to the first maximum rotation position. The first moving body 46 moves downward along the first guide member 55 and extends downward from the base member 40. Further, as the first moving body 46 moves downward, the first intermediate gear 91 and the second intermediate gear in which the second arm member 93 of the second operating mechanism 45 disposed on the first moving body 46 meshes with the rack gear 90. By rotating 92 from the second initial rotation position to the second maximum rotation position, the second moving body 47 connected to the second arm member 93 moves downward along the second guide member 80, One mobile body 46 extends downward. Therefore, the downward movement amount of the first effect member S1 of the first movable body 41 is the sum of the downward movement amount of the first movable body 46 and the downward movement amount of the second movable body 47, and the first effect member. The descending movement amount of S1 becomes large, and the effect of production can be enhanced.

  In addition, since the first moving member 46 is moved up and down by the rotation of the first arm member 66, the second moving member 47 is moved up and down by the rotation of the second arm member 93. The base member 40 on which the member 66 is disposed may be formed in a vertical size capable of securing the rotation region of the arm portion 69 of the first arm member 66, and the first arm on which the second arm member 93 is disposed. The moving body 46 may be formed in a vertical size that can secure a rotation region of the arm portion 96 of the second arm member 93. Accordingly, if the arm portion 69 of the first arm member 66 and the arm portion 96 of the second arm member 93 are lengthened, the up and down movement amount of the first effect member S1 can be increased even if the rotational displacement amount of each arm member 66, 93 is small. Since a large amount can be secured, the movable effect device M can be downsized and configured in this respect also in this respect.

  In the first movable body 41, the first moving body 46 is supported by the first guide member 55 on the left end side opposite to the right end side where the drive motor 60 and the drive gear 65 are disposed. While being supported by the first guide member 55, the sliding movement is stably performed, the deformation of the first moving body 46 is suppressed, and the driving gear 85 and the first arm member 66 are hardly loaded. The second moving body 47 is supported by the second guide member 80 on the left end side opposite to the right end side on which the rack gear 90, the first intermediate gear 91 and the second intermediate gear 92 are disposed. While being slidably moved while being supported by the second guide member 80, the deformation of the second moving body 47 is suppressed, the meshed state of the rack gear 90 and the first intermediate gear 91, the first intermediate gear 91 and the second intermediate gear. Each of the meshing state with the gear 92 and the meshing state between the second intermediate gear 92 and the driven gear 95 of the second arm member 93 are appropriately maintained, and it is difficult for a load to be applied to each gear.

  Moreover, since the left side of the second guide member 80 is supported by the first guide bar 82 and the second guide bar 83 that are spaced apart from each other in the front-rear direction, the right side of the second moving body 47 is the vertical direction and the front-rear direction. And the deformation of the second moving body 47 is further suppressed. Accordingly, since the posture of the second moving body 47 is always stable when moving up and down along the first guide bar 82 and the second guide bar 83 of the second guide member 80, the positional relationship with the second movable body 42 is maintained. The abutting portion 106 provided on the second movable body 47 is properly held and accurately abutted on the abutted portion 143 provided on the second movable body 42 to obtain an appropriate engagement state.

  Further, when the first movable body 41 moves up and down, the force acting on the first moving body 46 via the first linkage roller 70 by the rotation of the first arm member 66 supports the first moving body 46. Since the first moving member 46 is configured to be applied to a portion close to the first guide member 55, the tilt and deformation of the first moving body 46 are restricted, and a smooth and stable up-and-down movement is obtained. Similarly, the force acting on the second moving body 47 via the second linkage roller 97 due to the rotation of the second arm member 93 is applied to a portion near the second guide member 80 that supports the second moving body 47. Since it is comprised, the inclination and deformation | transformation of this 2nd moving body 47 are controlled, and smooth and stable raising / lowering movement is obtained.

  Still further, the respective mounting support members 116, 116 provided on the first movable body 41 have the second movable body 42 and the third initial position at the second initial position at the first initial position of the first movable body 41. The first movable body 41 is moved up and down by the drive motor 60 because it faces the moving area of the second movable body 42 and the moving area of the third movable body 43. If the mounting support member 116 does not move downward, the second movable body 42 and the third movable body 43 cannot be moved downward, and the second movable body 42 and the third movable body 43 are in the second position. It is possible to suitably restrict the downward movement to the lowered position and the third lowered position. Further, when the first movable body 41 moves up and down by the drive motor 60, the second movable body 42 and the third movable body 43 can be operated in a prescribed order.

[Example of change]
The gaming machine according to the present invention is not limited to the embodiment illustrated in the embodiments, and various modifications are possible.
(1) In an Example, it arrange | positions in the front side of 31 A of upper boards in the installation wall part 31 of the installation member 30, and each 1st-3rd movable body 41 on the front side of the display part H1 of the symbol display apparatus H, Although the movable production | presentation apparatus M of the type to which 42 and 43 move up and down from upper direction was illustrated, the arrangement | positioning position of this movable production | presentation apparatus M is not limited to this. For example, the first to third movable bodies are arranged on the lower plate portion located below the display portion H1 of the symbol display device H in the installation wall portion 31 and on the front side of the display portion H1 of the symbol display device H. 41, 42, and 43 may be of a type that moves up and down from below. Further, the display of the symbol display device H is arranged on the left plate portion located on the left side of the display portion H1 of the symbol display device H in the installation wall portion 31 or the right plate portion located on the right side of the display portion H1. The first to third movable bodies 41, 42, and 43 may be of a type that reciprocates from the side on the front side of the portion H1. (This is described only in No. 1-2.)
(2) In the embodiment, the movable effect device M is disposed on the installation wall portion 31 of the installation member 30 and is moved up and down on the front side of the display portion H1 of the symbol display device H. The apparatus M may be arranged on the board surface of the game board D in the game area 10 or outside the game area 10, or may be arranged on the middle frame B or the front frame C.
(3) In the movable effect device M of the embodiment, the first guide member 55 is disposed on the left end side in the direction intersecting the up-and-down movement direction of the first moving body 46, and the first operating mechanism 44 is driven on the right end side. Although the motor 60 and the like are arranged, the first guide member 55 may be arranged on the right side of the first moving body 46 and the drive motor 60 may be arranged on the left side. In addition, the second guide member 80 is disposed on the left side in the direction intersecting the up-and-down movement direction of the second moving body 47, and the rack gear 90 and the intermediate gears 91 and 92 of the second operating mechanism 44 are disposed on the right side. Although configured as described above, the second guide member 80 may be disposed on the right end side of the second moving body 47 and the rack gear 90 and the intermediate gears 91 and 92 may be disposed on the left end side.
(4) The second guide mounting portion 77 provided on the second moving body 47 moves rearward when the second guide member 80 fixed to the second guide mounting portion 77 may protrude forward. It does not have to be a concave shape. Further, the second guide mounting portion 77 may not be parallel to the first guide mounting portion 75, and the arrangement direction and position thereof may be changed as appropriate in accordance with the moving direction of the second moving body 47 with respect to the first moving body 46. May be.
(5) In the embodiment, a three-stage pulling type slide rail is illustrated as the first guide portion 55. However, the first guide portion 55 supports the first moving body 46 without rattling and stably. As long as it can be slid, it may be a two-stage pulling type slide rail, or a plurality of guide bars exemplified as the second guide portion 80.
(6) In the embodiment, the second guide portion 80 is exemplified as having the two guide bars (the first guide bar 82 and the second guide bar 83), but the number of the guide bars arranged is three. It may be more than this. Further, the second guide portion 80 may be a three-stage pulling type slide rail exemplified as the first guide portion 55.
(7) Although the first to third movable bodies 41, 42, 43 exemplify the movable effect device M in which the first to third movable bodies 41, 42, 43 slide in parallel in the embodiment, the first to third movable bodies 41, 42 are exemplified. , 43 may be of a type that pivots in a fan shape.
(8) The formation position of the contact portion 106 and the contacted portion 143 in the first engagement means, the formation position of the upper mounting pin 145A and the upper end 128A of the second guide hole 128 in the second engagement means, The first movable body 41 is moved up and down between the first initial position and the first lowered position by changing the formation position of the lower guide pins 126B and 127B and the lower end 133B of the third guide hole 133 in the three engagement means. It is possible to set various engagement / disengagement timings of the first to third engaging means when moving, and the operation modes of the first to third effect members S1 to S3 are variously changed. It is possible to diversify the effects.
(9) In the embodiment, a pachinko machine as a gaming machine is shown, but the gaming machine is not limited to a pachinko machine, and may be an arrangement ball machine, a slot machine, or the like.

40 Base member, 46 1st moving body, 47 2nd moving body 55 1st guide member (1st guide part), 60 Drive motor (drive means)
66 First arm member (first arm), 67 First rotation support shaft (first support shaft)
80 Second guide member (second guide part), 82 First guide bar (guide bar)
83 2nd guide bar (guide bar), 90 rack gear, 91 1st intermediate gear (gear)
92 Second intermediate gear (gear), 93 Second arm member (second arm)
94 2nd rotation spindle (2nd spindle), 102 slide part, M movable production | presentation apparatus S1 1st production member (production member)

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  1. A gaming machine equipped with a movable production device that operates a production member,
    The movable effect device is:
    A first guide portion disposed on the base member;
    A first moving body supported by the first guide part and slidable along the first guide part between a first reference position overlapping the base member and a first movement position extending from the base member;
    A second guide portion disposed on the first moving body;
    A second reference position that is supported by the second guide portion and includes the effect member and overlaps the first moving body, and a second moving position that extends from the first moving body in the sliding movement direction of the first moving body. A second moving body that is slidable along the second guide portion between,
    A first arm disposed on the base member and rotated by driving of the driving means and coupled to the first moving body;
    A rack gear disposed on the base member so as to extend in a sliding movement direction of the second moving body;
    A second arm disposed on the first moving body and driven to rotate by rotation of a gear meshed with the rack gear, and connected to the second moving body;
    The movable effect device is:
    When the first arm is rotated by driving the driving means, the first moving body slides between the first reference position and the first moving position along the first guide portion, and As the first movable body slides, the gear meshed with the rack gear rotates and the second arm rotates, so that the second movable body moves along the second guide portion to the second reference position. A game machine, wherein the effect member is configured to move by sliding between the first movement position and the second movement position.
  2. The driving means is disposed on one end side of the first moving body in a direction intersecting the sliding movement direction of the first moving body, and the first guide portion is disposed on one end side of the first moving body. Arranged on the opposite other end side,
    The rack gear is disposed on one end side of the second moving body in a direction intersecting the sliding movement direction of the second moving body, and the second guide portion is opposite to one end side of the second moving body. The gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein the gaming machine is disposed on the other end side.
  3. The second guide portion is composed of a plurality of guide bars extending in parallel to the sliding direction of the second moving body,
    The gaming machine according to claim 1, wherein the second moving body includes a slide portion that slides along the guide bars.
  4. The first arm is rotatably supported on the base member by a first support shaft on the first guide portion side with respect to the driving means, and the first guide portion side on the first guide portion side with respect to the first support shaft. Connected to the first moving body,
    The second arm is rotatably supported by the first moving body by a second support shaft on the second guide portion side with respect to the gear, and on the second guide portion side with respect to the second support shaft. The gaming machine according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the gaming machine is connected to the second moving body.
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