JP5853273B2 - Rendering device and gaming machine equipped with the rendering device - Google Patents

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JP5853273B2
JP5853273B2 JP2011104144A JP2011104144A JP5853273B2 JP 5853273 B2 JP5853273 B2 JP 5853273B2 JP 2011104144 A JP2011104144 A JP 2011104144A JP 2011104144 A JP2011104144 A JP 2011104144A JP 5853273 B2 JP5853273 B2 JP 5853273B2
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  The present invention relates to an effect device that produces an effect of moving a decorative body composed of a plurality of movable members, and a gaming machine equipped with the effect device.

  2. Description of the Related Art Conventionally, as an effect device used in a gaming machine, an effect device that performs various effects by moving a decorative body composed of a plurality of movable members is known. For example, in the gaming machine disclosed in Patent Document 1, the plurality of movable members start to move at different timings when the operation unit urged by the solenoid sequentially contacts the plurality of movable members. In the gaming machine disclosed in Patent Document 2, when the movable piece rotating member further moves after the movable piece rotating member comes into contact with the lower ends of the pair of movable pieces, the pair of movable pieces are opposite to each other. Rotate in the direction.

JP 2008-245922 A JP 2007-7055 A

  In the gaming machine disclosed in Patent Document 1, all the plurality of movable members rotate around the same axis. That is, since all of the plurality of movable members operate in the same manner, the production may be monotonous and easily get bored. Further, in the gaming machine disclosed in Patent Document 2, since the pair of movable pieces operate at the same timing, there is a possibility that the production is monotonous and easily bored. In order to change the operation mode and the operation timing for the plurality of movable members, different drive sources are required, which may increase the number of components.

  An object of the present invention is to provide an effect device that can vary the operation mode and operation timing of a plurality of movable members while suppressing the number of parts and the number of drive sources, and a gaming machine including the effect device. And

An effect device according to an aspect of the present invention is a first rotation that is a limit of a movable range when a drive source capable of forward and reverse rotation and a rotating body rotated by the drive source and the drive source is reversed. Between the position, the second rotational position that is the limit of the movable range when the drive source rotates forward, and the third rotational position provided between the first rotational position and the second rotational position. A rotatable actuating member, and a first movable member moved in the first direction by the actuating member as the actuating member rotates between the first rotating position and the second rotating position; As the operating member rotates between the second rotational position and the third rotational position, the second movable member is moved by the operating member in a second direction different from the first direction. and the member, the actuating member between said second rotational position and the first rotational position The first transmission member that transmits the power generated by the rotation to the first movable member as it rolls, and the first movable member to which the power is transmitted by the first transmission member, the first direction A support portion that is pivotally supported to the right and a power generated by the rotation of the operating member between the second rotational position and the third rotational position are transmitted to the second movable member. A second transmission member, a guide portion for guiding the second movable member to which power is transmitted by the second transmission member so as to move in the second direction, and the first movable member by the support portion. And a third movable member supported coaxially, wherein the actuating member is rotatable to a fourth rotational position provided between the first rotational position and the second rotational position, The member is the first rotation of the actuating member. As the first rotating member rotates to the same rotating position as the first movable member, the operating member rotates to the second rotating position and the fourth rotating position. It is characterized by being held at a predetermined rotational position as it rotates between the positions .

  In the rendering device, the first movable member moves in the first direction as the operating member is rotated between the first rotational position and the second rotational position, which are the limits of the movable range, by the drive source. . At this time, if the operating member rotates between the second rotation position and the third rotation position, the second movable member moves in the second direction. Therefore, the first movable member and the second movable member can be moved in different timings and directions by one drive source and a common operating member. As a result, it is possible to vary the operation mode and operation timing of the plurality of movable members while suppressing the number of parts and the number of drive sources.

Further, when the operating member rotates between the first rotation position and the second rotation position, power is transmitted to the first movable member by the first transmission member. The first movable member to which the power is transmitted rotates in the first direction around the support portion. On the other hand, when the operating member rotates between the second rotation position and the third rotation position, power is transmitted to the first movable member by the second transmission member. The second movable member to which the power is transmitted moves in the second direction along the guide portion. That is, according to the rotation of the operating member, the first movable member rotates and the second movable member moves linearly. Therefore, each movable member can be moved in a different direction and manner with a simple mechanical structure.
Further, the third movable member supported coaxially with the first movable member rotates following the first movable member if the operating member rotates between the first rotation position and the fourth rotation position. On the other hand, if the operating member rotates between the second rotation position and the fourth rotation position, the operation member is held at a predetermined rotation position. Therefore, the operation mode of the third movable member that can rotate coaxially with the first movable member can be changed according to the rotational position of the operational member by the one drive source and the common operating member.

  In the rendering device, the operating member is a rotating gear that is rotated by the drive source, and the first transmission member is a gear portion that is provided on the first movable member and is screwed to the operating member. There may be. In this case, the first movable member can be rotated with a simple mechanical structure.

  In the production device, the operating member is a rotating gear rotated by the drive source, the second transmission member has a predetermined longitudinal direction, and one end side of the longitudinal direction is rotatably supported. And the other end side in the longitudinal direction is connected to the second movable member, and is a gear portion that rotates in conjunction with the operating member that rotates between the second rotational position and the third rotational position. The guide part is a plate-like member in which a groove part extending in the second direction is formed, the second movable member has a protrusion part inserted into the groove part, and the second transmission member is rotated. The projecting portion may be guided in the second direction by moving along the groove portion in conjunction with. In this case, the second movable member rotates in conjunction with the operation member rotating between the second rotation position and the third rotation position. The second movable member moves in the second direction by the protrusion moving along the groove in conjunction with the rotation of the second transmission member. Therefore, with a simple mechanical structure, the rotational movement of the actuating member can be converted into power for moving the second movable member in the second direction.

  A gaming machine according to an aspect of the present invention may include the effect device and a control unit that adjusts a rotation position of the operating member by controlling rotation of the drive source. In this case, it is possible to accurately adjust the height position of the decorative body, and it is possible to realize a gaming machine including a rendering device that can be installed in a narrow space.

1 is a front view of a pachinko machine 1. FIG. 2 is a front view of the game board 2. FIG. FIG. 14 is a perspective view of the stage device 30 as viewed from the right upper side on the right side. It is a front view of the rendering device 30 in which the upper accessory 10 and the lower accessory 20 are in a steady state. It is the partial enlarged front view of the 1st actor 100 in the raise position, and its drive mechanism. It is the partial enlargement rear view of the 1st accessory 100 in the raise position, and its drive mechanism. It is a front view of the rendering device 30 with the upper accessory 10 in the displacement position. It is the partial enlarged front view of the 1st accessory 100 in the lowered position and its drive mechanism. FIG. 3 is a partially enlarged rear view of the first accessory 100 and its drive mechanism in a lowered position. It is the perspective view which looked at the lower side accessory 20 from the diagonally lower right front side. It is a front view of the lower accessory 20 in a steady state. It is a rear view of the lower accessory 20 in a steady state. It is a front view of the rendering device 30 in which the lower accessory 20 is in the first displacement state. It is a front view of the lower side accessory 20 in the first displacement state. It is a front view of the rendering device 30 in which the lower accessory 20 is in the second displacement state. It is a front view of the lower accessory 20 in the second displacement state.

  Hereinafter, a pachinko machine 1 which is an embodiment of a gaming machine according to the present invention will be described with reference to the drawings.

  A mechanical configuration of the pachinko machine 1 will be described with reference to FIGS. 1 and 2. As shown in FIG. 1, a game board 2 is provided in the upper half of the pachinko machine 1. The game board 2 is substantially square (see FIG. 2), and the front surface is protected by a glass frame 13 holding a transparent glass plate. In the lower part of the game board 2, an upper plate 5 is provided for supplying game balls to the launcher and receiving prize balls. A lower plate 6 for receiving a prize ball is provided immediately below the upper plate 5. On the right side of the lower plate 6, a launch handle 7 for adjusting the launch of the game ball is provided. Speakers 48 are respectively provided at the left and right corners of the upper portion of the glass frame 13.

  As shown in FIG. 2, a substantially circular game area 4 surrounded by a guide rail 3 is formed on the front surface of the game board 2. A display device 28 that is an LCD is provided in the approximate center of the game area 4. In the display area of the display device 28, images of various effects such as a notification effect for notifying the player of the result of the jackpot determination and an effect during the jackpot game are displayed. In particular, in the notification effect, a plurality of demo symbols are changed and stopped, and the same demo symbol is confirmed and displayed on a predetermined line, so that the player is informed that the result of the jackpot determination is a win.

  An effect device 30 (see FIG. 3 and the like) that performs various effects is provided so as to surround the outer edge of the display device 28. The effect device 30 performs various effects such as a notification effect in conjunction with the display device 28, the speaker 48, and the like. Below the display device 28, the first special symbol starting electric accessory 14 is disposed. A jackpot determination of the first special symbol is performed when a game ball wins the first special symbol starting electric accessory 14.

  On the right side of the display device 28, a normal symbol start gate 12 and a second special symbol start electric accessory 15 are arranged vertically. When the game ball passes through the normal symbol start gate 12, a normal hit determination is performed. The second special symbol starting electric accessory 15 can win a game ball only when it is determined to be winning by the normal winning determination. A big hit determination of the second special symbol is performed when a game ball wins the second special symbol starting electric accessory 15.

  A first big prize opening 16 and a second big prize opening 17 are arranged side by side on the right side of the first special symbol starting electric accessory 14 and below the second special symbol starting electric accessory 15. Yes. Opening / closing members are respectively provided in the first grand prize winning port 16 and the second major winning prize port 17, and a game ball can be won only when the opening / closing member is opened. Each open / close member is electrically opened by a solenoid when it is determined to be a hit by the big hit determination of either the first special symbol or the second special symbol. When a game ball wins one of the first special symbol start electric member 14, the second special symbol start electric member 15, the first grand prize winning port 16, and the second big prize winning port 17, a predetermined number of game balls are paid out. It is. In addition to the above, the game board 2 is provided with various electric lamps, winning holes, windmills, and game nails.

  Although not shown, a control unit having various substrates is provided on the back side of the pachinko machine 1. Each board of the control unit includes a CPU, a RAM, a ROM, and the like, and controls various operations of the pachinko machine 1. For example, the main board performs a normal hit determination, a big hit determination, and the like, and controls the main control of the pachinko machine 1. The sub-control board executes various effects based on the results of various determinations made on the main board. The sub control board is connected to an effect control board that performs display control of the display device 28 and a lamp driver board that controls the operation of the effect device 30. The sub-control board controls the upper drive motor 190 and the lower drive motor 290, which will be described later, and controls the light emission mode of the LED (not shown) based on the control result performed on the main board via the lamp driver board. Or

  Hereinafter, the rendering device 30 will be described. First, the outline of the rendering device 30 will be described with reference to FIGS. 3 and 4. The front left side of FIG. 3 and the front side of FIG. The back diagonal right side of FIG. 3 and the back side of FIG. The left side of FIGS. 3 and 4 is the left side of the effect device 30, and the right side of FIGS. 3 and 4 is the right side of the effect device 30.

  In the present embodiment, the rendering device 30 is set at a substantially central portion of the game board 2 so that the front side of the rendering device 30 coincides with the front side of the pachinko machine 1. In addition, in the production device 30 shown in FIG. 3 and FIG. 4, the upper accessory 10 (the first accessory 100 and the second accessory 120) is in the ascending position described later, and the lower accessory 20 (the third accessory). The object 200 and the fourth accessory 220) are in the lowered position described later. This state is referred to as a steady state of the upper accessory 10 and the lower accessory 20.

  The effect device 30 is a frame-like game member formed with an opening 29 that exposes the display area of the display device 28 (see FIGS. 1 and 2) to the front side of the pachinko machine 1. On the front side of the rendering device 30, an upper accessory 10 that is a movable body disposed above the opening 29 and a lower accessory 20 that is a movable body disposed below the opening 29 are provided. It has been. The player looks at the effect screen of the display device 28 through the opening 29 while viewing the pachinko machine 1 from the front, and at the same time, looks at each effect operation of the upper accessory 10 and the lower accessory 20 described later. be able to.

  The upper accessory 10 will be described with reference to FIGS. As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the upper accessory 10 includes a first accessory 100 that can rotate around the upper left side of the opening 29, and a second accessory that can rotate around the upper right side of the opening 29. The accessory 120 is provided with various members for rotating them.

  The first accessory 100 includes an elongated plate-like first movable body 101 and a first decorative portion 102 provided on the first movable body 101. One end side (left end side in FIG. 4) of the first movable body 101 is rotatably supported by a shaft portion 110 provided on the upper left side of the opening 29. The first movable body 101 extends to the right from the shaft portion 110 to the vicinity of the right edge of the opening 29 in a front view so as to be orthogonal to the axial direction of the shaft portion 110. Although not shown, a light emitting substrate on which LEDs are arranged is disposed on the front surface of the first movable body 101. A first decorative portion 102 is provided on the front surface of the first movable body 101 so as to cover the light emitting substrate. The first decorative part 102 is a decorative object having translucency imitating the shape of a hand.

  As shown in FIGS. 5 and 6, on the slightly right side of the shaft portion 110, a cylindrical shape that slightly protrudes rearward from the rear surface of the first movable body 101 is supported from below by a cam 183 described later. 104 is provided. On the upper side of the cam receiving portion 104, an elongated cylindrical guide body 105 extending rearward from the rear surface of the first movable body 101 is provided. The protruding end of the guide body 105 is provided with a head that can slide along a guide groove 115 formed on the front surface of the rendering device 30. The guide groove 115 is a groove portion that is formed slightly on the right side of the shaft portion 110 and extends in an arc shape around the shaft portion 110 when viewed from the front. Furthermore, a contact receiving portion 109 having a surface on which a contact body 129 described later is placed is provided at a substantially intermediate portion in the longitudinal direction (left and right direction in FIG. 4) on the front surface of the first decorative portion 102 ( (See FIG. 3).

  The second accessory 120 includes an elongated plate-like second movable body 121 and a second decorative portion 122 provided on the second movable body 121. One end side (the right end side in FIG. 4) of the second movable body 121 is substantially the same height position (vertical direction position) as the first movable body 101 by the shaft portion 130 provided on the upper right side of the opening 29. It is supported so that it can rotate freely. The second movable body 121 extends to the left from the shaft portion 130 to the left side of the central portion in the left-right direction of the opening 29 so as to be orthogonal to the axial direction of the shaft portion 130. That is, the second accessory 120 extends so as to face the first accessory 100 at substantially the same height position. However, the second accessory 120 is arranged in front of the first accessory 100 so as not to interfere with the first accessory 100.

  Although not shown, a light emitting substrate on which LEDs are arranged is disposed on the front surface of the second movable body 121. A second decorative portion 122 is provided on the front surface of the second movable body 121 so as to cover the light emitting substrate. The second decorative portion 122 is a decorative object having translucency that imitates the logo mark of the pachinko machine 1. Further, in the vicinity of the other end side (the left end side in FIG. 4) of the second movable body 121, an elongated cylindrical contact body 129 that protrudes rearward from the rear surface of the second movable body 121 is provided ( (See FIG. 3).

  With reference to FIGS. 4-9, the operation | movement aspect of the upper side accessory 10 is demonstrated. In the present embodiment, the first accessory 100 includes a raised position (see FIGS. 4 to 6) where the first accessory 100 extends substantially horizontally from the shaft portion 110, and the first accessory 100 faces downward from the shaft portion 110. It is possible to rotate between a descending position (see FIGS. 7 to 9) that inclines toward the bottom. On the other hand, the second accessory 120 includes a rising position (see FIG. 4) in which the second accessory 120 extends substantially horizontally from the shaft portion 130 and a lowering position in which the second accessory 120 is inclined downwardly from the shaft portion 130 ( (See FIG. 7).

  As shown in FIGS. 4 to 9, the guide body 105 is guided along the guide groove 115 when the first accessory 100 is rotated. The first accessory 100 can be rotated upward (counterclockwise in FIG. 4) until the head of the guide body 105 moves to the upper end of the guide groove 115. The position where the guide body 105 contacts the upper end of the guide groove 115 is the rising position of the first accessory 100. On the other hand, the first accessory 100 can be rotated downward (clockwise in FIG. 4) until the head of the guide body 105 moves to the lower end of the guide groove 115. The position where the guide body 105 contacts the lower end of the guide groove 115 is the lowered position of the first accessory 100. A rubber drop receiving portion 111 is provided slightly below the shaft portion 110 on the front surface of the effect device 30. The drop receiving part 111 contacts the first movable body 101 from below when the first accessory 100 is in the lowered position.

  When the first accessory 100 is in the raised position, the second receiver 120 is also held in the raised position by the contact receiving unit 109 supporting the contact body 129 from below. When the first accessory 100 rotates downward from the raised position, the contact body 129 supported by the contact receiving portion 109 also moves downward, so the second accessory 120 also rotates downward. A holding portion 131 that protrudes forward from the front surface of the effect device 30 is provided slightly below the shaft portion 130. When the second accessory 120 rotates downward to a predetermined position, the holding portion 131 comes into contact with the second movable body 121, and the second accessory 120 is supported at the lowered position.

  On the other hand, when the first accessory 100 is rotated upward from the lowered position to the predetermined position, the contact receiving portion 109 comes into contact with the contact body 129 of the second accessory 120 supported by the holding portion 131 from below. The contact body 129 is placed on the contact receiving portion 109. This position is referred to as a contact position of the first accessory 100. When the first accessory 100 rotates above the contact position, the second accessory 120 also moves up and down as the contact body 129 placed on the contact receiving portion 109 moves up and down. When the first accessory 100 is rotated below the contact position, the contact receiving portion 109 is separated from the contact body 129, and therefore the second accessory 120 is held at the lowered position. Only the object 100 moves up and down.

  As shown in FIGS. 4 to 6, when both the first accessory 100 and the second accessory 120 are in the raised position (steady position of the upper accessory 10), the first decorative portion 102 and the second decorative portion 122. Is retracted to the upper side of the opening 29, so that almost the entire effect screen of the display device 28 is exposed to the front side through the opening 29. At this time, most of the first decorative portion 102 is covered with the second decorative portion 122 disposed in front thereof in a front view.

  As shown in FIGS. 7 to 9, when both the first accessory 100 and the second accessory 120 are in the lowered position (displacement position of the upper accessory 10), the second decorative portion 122 is above the opening 29. Slightly enters the opening 29 in front view. At the same time, the first decorative portion 102 enters the inside of the opening 29 (specifically, substantially the central portion of the opening 29) further below the second decorative portion 122, and below the second decorative portion 122. Exposed forward from the side. Then, most of the effect screen of the display device 28 is covered with the first decorative portion 102 and the second decorative portion 122 in a front view.

  The drive mechanism of the upper accessory 10 will be described with reference to FIGS. As shown in FIGS. 4 to 9, an upper drive motor 190 that is a step motor and gears 160, 170, and 180 that are rotated by the upper drive motor 190 are provided on the left side of the opening 29 in the rendering device 30. ing. The gear 160 is a spur gear connected to the output shaft of the upper drive motor 190. The gear 180 is a cam gear provided on the lower side of the cam receiver 104 of the first accessory 100. The gear 170 is a spur gear that meshes with the gear 160 and the gear 180. When the upper drive motor 190 rotates the output shaft, the gears 160, 170, 180 rotate in conjunction with each other.

  The gear 180 is rotatably supported by a shaft portion 189 that protrudes forward from the front surface of the effect device 30, and includes a tooth portion 181, a detection plate 182, and a cam 183. The tooth portion 181 is formed on the peripheral surface of the disc body extending radially outward from the shaft portion 189, meshes with the tooth portion of the gear 170, and rotates the gear 180 as the gear 170 rotates. The detection plate 182 is a plate-like portion that protrudes radially outward from the tooth portion 181. A sensor 195 for detecting the detection plate 182 is provided in the vicinity of the gear 180.

  The cam 183 is a cylindrical portion that is provided on the front side of the tooth portion 181 and the detection plate 182 and can contact the cam receiving portion 104 from below. The circumferential surface of the cam 183 is provided outside the diameter of the shaft portion 189 and is formed so that the diameter gradually increases or decreases along the circumferential direction of the shaft portion 189. Specifically, the circumferential surface of the cam 183 has a maximum diameter portion 184 having the largest diameter and a minimum diameter portion 185 having the smallest diameter, which are arranged in a direction substantially orthogonal to the shaft portion 189. From the maximum diameter portion 184 to the minimum diameter portion 185, the diameter gradually decreases in the clockwise direction when viewed from the front. A stepped portion 186 connecting the maximum diameter portion 184 and the minimum diameter portion 185 extends in a direction substantially orthogonal to the shaft portion 189.

  A portion of the peripheral surface of the cam 183 that supports the cam receiving portion 104 from below is referred to as a supporting portion of the cam receiving portion 104. The rotational position of the cam 183 when the cam receiving portion 104 is supported by the maximum diameter portion 184 is referred to as a first cam position. When the cam 183 is at the first cam position, the support portion of the cam receiving portion 104 is the maximum diameter portion 184. At this time, the first accessory 100 is held at the raised position, and the sensor 195 detects the detection plate 182 of the gear 180 (see FIG. 5). In other words, when the cam 183 is at the first cam position, the sensor 195 detects the origin position that is the operation starting point of the upper drive motor 190.

  When the cam 183 rotates counterclockwise from the first cam position in the front view (forward rotation), the diameter of the support portion of the cam receiving portion 104 gradually decreases accordingly. At this time, since the cam receiving portion 104 is gradually lowered, the first accessory 100 is gently rotated downward. When the cam 183 rotates forward by a predetermined amount from the first cam position, the first accessory 100 moves to a lowered position supported by the drop receiving portion 111. When the cam 183 further rotates forward in this state, the cam 183 is separated from the cam receiving portion 104 while the first accessory 100 is held at the lowered position.

  On the other hand, when the cam 183 is slightly rotated (reversed) clockwise from the first cam position in a front view, the cam 183 is separated from the maximum diameter portion 184. The rotational position of the cam 183 at this time is referred to as a second cam position. When the cam 183 is displaced from the first cam position to the second cam position, the cam receiving portion 104 freely falls from the step portion 186 from the maximum diameter portion 184, and the first accessory 100 is supported by the drop receiving portion 111. Instantly turns to the lowered position. At this time, the cam 183 is separated from the cam receiving portion 104.

  When the cam 183 is reversed from the second cam position, the cam 183 contacts the cam receiving portion 104 of the first accessory 100 held at the lowered position. When the cam 183 further reverses in this state, the diameter of the support portion of the cam receiving portion 104 gradually increases. Along with this, the cam receiving portion 104 gradually rises, and the first accessory 100 is gently rotated upward. When the cam 183 rotates to the first cam position, the first accessory 100 is held at the raised position as described above.

  Therefore, when the first accessory 100 is gently moved up and down, the gear 180 is rotationally driven by the upper drive motor 190 so that the gear 180 is rotated forward than the first cam position and the reverse side than the second cam position. Within the range, the cam 183 may be normally rotated or reversed. At this time, by adjusting the rotation speed of the cam 183, the speed at which the first accessory 100 is moved up and down can be easily adjusted. Further, when the first accessory 100 is instantaneously rotated downward, the gear 180 is rotationally driven by the upper drive motor 190, and the cam 183 is moved from the first cam position via the step 186 to the second cam. What is necessary is just to displace to a position.

  As described above, as the first accessory 100 moves up and down, the second accessory 120 moves up and down. When the cam 183 is at the first cam position, the second accessory 120 is also moved to the raised position, so that the upper accessory 10 is in a steady state. When the cam 183 is in the second cam position, the second accessory 120 is also moved to the lowered position, so that the upper accessory 10 is in a displaced state. When the first accessory 100 is gently moved up and down, the second accessory 120 can be gradually moved up and down accordingly. When the first accessory 100 is instantaneously rotated downward, the second accessory 120 can be instantaneously rotated to a lowered position supported from below by the holding portion 131.

  As described above, in the upper accessory 10 of this embodiment, one end side in the longitudinal direction of the first accessory 100 is pivotally supported by the shaft portion 110. The cam 183 of the gear 180 that can rotate forward and backward by the upper drive motor 190 can contact the cam receiving portion 104 provided in the first accessory 100 from below. The cam 183 is displaceable between a first cam position where the cam receiving portion 104 is supported by the maximum diameter portion 184 and a second cam position where the cam receiving portion 104 drops from the step portion 186 from the maximum diameter portion 184. The first accessory 100 is held in the raised position when the cam 183 is in the first cam position, is held in the lowered position when the cam 183 is in the second cam position, and the cam 183 is in contact with the first cam position. As it is displaced between the two cam positions, it rotates between the raised position and the lowered position.

  Thereby, the position which supports the cam receiving part 104 of the cam 183 is displaced via the circumferential surface whose diameter is gradually reduced by the rotation control of the cam 183, so that the first accessory 100 is moved between the raised position and the lowered position. It can be gently rotated between. At this time, by adjusting the height position of the cam receiving portion 104 that contacts the cam 183, the height position of the first accessory 100 can be accurately adjusted. Further, the position of the cam 183 that supports the cam receiving portion 104 is displaced from the first cam position to the second cam position via the stepped portion 186 by the rotation control of the cam 183, whereby the first accessory 100 is raised. Since the instantaneous movement from the position to the lowered position by the free fall, the instantaneous displacement of the first accessory 100 can be realized. Moreover, since it has a simple mechanism as described above, the upper accessory 10 can be installed in a narrow space.

  The first accessory 100 that rotates downward from the raised position is received at the lowered position by the drop receiving portion 111 that is an elastic body. Thereby, the 1st actor 100 can be rotated, suppressing the physical shock given to the 1st actor 100. Further, since the cam 183 is provided at a position close to the rotation center of the first accessory 100, the cam 183 is compared with the case where the cam 183 is provided at a position separated from the rotation center of the first accessory 100. The amount of movement of the first accessory 100 relative to the amount of rotation can be increased.

  In addition, one end side in the longitudinal direction of the second accessory 120 extending so as to face the first accessory 100 at substantially the same height as the first accessory 100 is pivotally supported by the shaft portion 130. The The contact body 129 provided on the second accessory 120 can be supported by the first accessory 100 from below. When the first accessory 100 is held in the raised position, the other end side in the longitudinal direction of the second accessory 120 is the highest, while when the first accessory 100 is held in the lowered position, The other end side in the longitudinal direction of the object 120 is lowest. Thereby, since the 2nd accessory 120 rotates with rotation of the 1st accessory 100, a several motor can operate | move with one motor. In particular, since the second accessory 120 is also instantaneously displaced with the instantaneous displacement of the first accessory 100, a plurality of decorative bodies can be instantaneously displaced with one motor.

  The lower accessory 20 will be described with reference to FIGS. 3, 4, and 10 to 18. As shown in FIGS. 3 and 4, the lower accessory 20 includes a substantially box-shaped holding case 500 having a peripheral wall extending in the front-rear direction. The holding case 500 has an arcuate shape when viewed from the front, with a third accessory 200 capable of moving in the vertical direction at the lower edge central portion of the opening 29 and a slightly lower side of the lower edge central portion of the opening 29 as a rotation center. A movable fourth actor 220 and various members for moving these are provided.

  The holding case 500 includes a front case 501 (see FIG. 12) and a rear case 502 (see FIG. 11) fixed to the front case 501 with screws. The holding case 500 is fixed immediately below the center of the lower edge of the opening 29 on the front surface of the rendering device 30 so that the rear case 502 faces the front surface of the rendering device 30. Further, the front side of the holding case 500 (specifically, the front case 501) is covered with a decorative cover 40 that extends along the lower edge of the opening 29 in a front view so that only the third decorative portion 202 is exposed forward. Has been.

  As shown in FIGS. 10 to 12, the third accessory 200 includes an elongated plate-like third movable body 201 and a third decorative portion 202 provided at the upper front end of the third movable body 201. The third decorative portion 202 is a decorative object having a substantially heart shape when viewed from the front and having LEDs arranged therein. A transparent window is provided at the front portion of the third decorative portion 202 so as to be visible from the light emission mode of the LED disposed inside. At the lower end of the rear surface of the third movable body 201, a pair of left and right columnar guide bodies 203 projecting backward are provided.

  At the center of the upper end of the rear case 502, there is provided a plate part 400 having a pair of left and right guide grooves 401 (see FIG. 16) extending in the vertical direction. The plate part 400 is provided at the center of the lower edge of the opening 29. Located slightly below. The protruding ends of the pair of guide bodies 203 are provided with heads that can be engaged with the corresponding guide grooves 401 and slide along the guide grooves 401. The movement of the third movable body 201 in the front-rear and left-right directions is restricted by the guide body 203 and the guide groove 401, and the third movable body 201 can move only in the up-down direction. Further, a guide body 204 is provided at the lower end of the front surface of the third movable body 201. The guide body 204 has a cylindrical shape protruding forward and is engaged with a guide groove 303 described later.

  The fourth accessory 220 has a left blade portion 220L and a right blade portion 220R disposed on the left and right sides of the third accessory 200. Each of the blade portions 220L and 220R is symmetrical with respect to the third accessory 200, and has three blade bodies described later. Shaft portions 230 </ b> L and 230 </ b> R for rotating the blade portions 220 </ b> L and 220 </ b> R extend in the front-rear direction in the holding case 500 on the left and right sides of the plate portion 400.

  The left blade portion 220L has three blade bodies (first blade body 221L, second blade body 222L, auxiliary blade body 223L), which are auxiliary blade body 223L, second blade body 222L, and first blade body 221L. Are arranged in the front-rear direction. One end side (right end side in FIG. 11) of the first blade body 221L and the second blade body 222L is rotatably supported by the shaft portion 230L. The first blade body 221L and the second blade body 222L extend to the left from the shaft portion 230L to the vicinity of the left edge of the opening 29 in a front view so as to be orthogonal to the axial direction of the shaft portion 230L. The auxiliary blade body 223L extends substantially in parallel with the first blade body 221L and the second blade body 222L in front of the second blade body 222L. However, the auxiliary blade body 223L extends from the substantially central portion in the longitudinal direction of the first blade body 221L to the other end side (left end side in FIG. 11) in a front view.

  The first blade body 221L and the auxiliary blade body 223L are integrally connected by two connecting portions 228L and 229L extending between the first blade body 221L and the auxiliary blade body 223L. Each of the connecting portions 228L and 229L is a columnar portion having a screw hole extending rearward from the rear surface of the auxiliary blade body 223L, and a bolt is fixed to each via a first blade body 221L. On the other hand, the second blade body 222L is disposed below the connecting portions 228L and 229L in the gap between the first blade body 221L and the auxiliary blade body 223L, and is independent of the first blade body 221L and the auxiliary blade body 223L. It is supported by the shaft portion 230L.

  However, the shaft portion 230L is provided with a winding spring 231L that urges the second blade body 222L upward (clockwise in FIG. 11). Further, at one end portion (right end portion in FIG. 11) of the first blade body 221L, there are a tooth portion 224L formed around the shaft portion 230L and a protrusion 225L extending rearward at a position adjacent to the tooth portion 224L. Is formed. Further, a plate-like protrusion 226L protruding forward so as to extend radially outward from the shaft 230L is provided on the front surface of the second blade body 222L.

  The right blade portion 220R has three blade bodies (first blade body 221R, second blade body 222R, auxiliary blade body 223R), which are the auxiliary blade body 223R, the second blade body 222R, and the first blade body 221R. Are arranged in the front-rear direction. One end side (left end side in FIG. 11) of the first blade body 221R and the second blade body 222R is rotatably supported by the shaft portion 230R. The first blade body 221R and the second blade body 222R extend rightward from the shaft portion 230R to the vicinity of the right edge of the opening 29 in a front view so as to be orthogonal to the axial direction of the shaft portion 230R. The auxiliary blade body 223R extends substantially parallel to the first blade body 221R and the second blade body 222R in front of the second blade body 222R. However, the auxiliary blade body 223R extends from the substantially central portion in the longitudinal direction of the first blade body 221R to the other end side (the right end side in FIG. 11) in a front view.

  The first blade body 221R and the auxiliary blade body 223R are integrally connected by two connecting portions 228R and 229R extending between the first blade body 221R and the auxiliary blade body 223R. Each of the connecting portions 228R and 229R is a columnar portion having a screw hole extending rearward from the rear surface of the auxiliary blade body 223R, and a bolt is fixed to each via a first blade body 221R. On the other hand, the second blade body 222R is disposed below the connecting portions 228R and 229R in the gap between the first blade body 221R and the auxiliary blade body 223R, and is independent of the first blade body 221R and the auxiliary blade body 223R. It is supported by the shaft portion 230R.

  However, the shaft portion 230R is provided with a winding spring 231R that biases the second blade body 222R upward (counterclockwise in FIG. 11). Further, at one end portion (left end portion in FIG. 11) of the first blade body 221R, there are a tooth portion 224R formed around the shaft portion 230R and a protrusion 225R extending rearward at a position adjacent to the tooth portion 224R. Is formed. Furthermore, a plate-like protrusion 226R that protrudes forward so as to extend radially outward from the shaft 230R is provided on the front surface of the second blade 222R.

  The operation mode of the lower accessory 20 will be described with reference to FIGS. 4 and 10 to 16. In the present embodiment, the third accessory 200 is movable between the lowered position (see FIGS. 4 and 10 to 14) and the raised position (see FIGS. 15 and 16) at the center of the lower edge of the opening 29. It is. On the other hand, the fourth accessory 220 has a lowered position (see FIGS. 4 and 10 to 12) in which the blade portions 220L and 220R extend substantially horizontally, and the left blade portion 220L is inclined upward from the shaft portion 230L, In addition, the right blade portion 220R is inclined upwardly from the shaft portion 230R (see FIGS. 13 and 14), and the first blade bodies 221L and 221R and the auxiliary blade bodies 223L and 223R are inclined upward from the shaft portion 230L. It can be rotated between the raised position (see FIGS. 15 and 16).

  As shown in FIGS. 4 and 10 to 14, the guide body 203 is guided along the guide groove 401 when the third accessory 200 moves. At this time, the third accessory 200 can move upward until the head of the guide body 203 moves to the upper end of the guide groove 401. The position where the guide body 203 contacts the upper end of the guide groove 401 is the raised position of the third accessory 200. On the other hand, the third accessory 200 can move downward until the head of the guide body 203 moves to the lower end of the guide groove 401. That is, the position where the guide body 203 contacts the lower end of the guide groove 401 is the lowered position of the third accessory 200.

  In a state in which no external force is applied to the fourth accessory 220, the left blade portion 220L is rotated downward (counterclockwise in FIG. 11) about the shaft portion 230L by its own weight. When the left blade portion 220L rotates downward until it extends substantially horizontally, the first blade body 221L comes into contact with the horizontal peripheral wall 501L of the holding case 500 and is supported from below. The lateral peripheral wall 501L is a wall portion of the peripheral wall of the holding case 500 that extends forward from the rear case 502 to below the first blade body 221L. Accordingly, the downward rotation of the first blade body 221L is restricted, and the first blade body 221L is biased by the auxiliary blade body 223L connected to the first blade body 221L and the winding spring 231L. The rotation of the second blade body 222L is also restricted.

  Similarly, the right blade portion 220R rotates downward (clockwise in FIG. 11) about the shaft portion 230R by its own weight. When the right blade portion 220R rotates downward until it extends substantially horizontally, the first blade body 221R comes into contact with the lateral peripheral wall 501R of the holding case 500 and is supported from below. The lateral peripheral wall 501R is a wall portion of the peripheral wall of the holding case 500 that extends forward from the rear case 502 to below the first blade body 221R. Thus, the downward rotation of the first blade body 221R is restricted, and the first blade body 221R is biased by the auxiliary blade body 223R connected to the first blade body 221R and the winding spring 231R. The rotation of the second blade body 222R is also restricted. A position where the downward rotation of each of the blade portions 220L and 220R is restricted is the lowered position of the fourth accessory 220.

  When the fourth accessory 220 is rotated, the blade portions 220L and 220R are interlocked symmetrically. Specifically, when the first blade body 221L rotates upward (clockwise in FIG. 11) about the shaft portion 230L, the auxiliary blade body 223L connected to the first blade body 221L also rotates. Further, since the second blade body 222L is biased to the first blade body 221L by the winding spring 231L, the second blade body 222L rotates upward together with the first blade body 221L. Similarly, when the first blade body 221R rotates about the shaft portion 230R (counterclockwise in FIG. 11), the second blade body 222R and the auxiliary blade body 223R also rotate.

  When the fourth accessory 220 rotates upward by a predetermined amount from the lowered position, the protrusions 226L and 226R provided on the second blades 222L and 222R are engaged with the locking plates (on the back side of the decorative cover 40). (Not shown) from below. That is, the upward rotation of the second blades 222L and 222R is restricted by the locking plates (not shown) that are in contact with the protrusions 226L and 226R. The position where the upward rotation of the second blade bodies 222L and 222R is restricted in a state where the three blade bodies overlap in front view is the inclined position of the fourth accessory 220.

  When the fourth accessory 220 is rotated upward from the inclined position, only the first blade body 221L and the auxiliary blade body 223L are biased by the winding spring 231L while the rotation position of the second blade body 222L is maintained. Rotate upward against When the fourth accessory 220 rotates upward by a predetermined amount from the inclined position, the protrusion 225L provided on the first blade body 221L contacts the upper peripheral wall 502L of the holding case 500 and is supported from below. The upper peripheral wall 502L is a wall portion of the peripheral wall of the holding case 500 that extends forward from the rear case 502 in the vicinity of the lower right of the shaft portion 230L. Thereby, the upward rotation of the first blade body 221L is restricted and the rotation of the auxiliary blade body 223L is also restricted.

  Similarly, only the first blade body 221R and the auxiliary blade body 223R rotate upward against the urging force of the winding spring 231R while the rotation position of the second blade body 222R is maintained. When the fourth accessory 220 rotates upward by a predetermined amount from the inclined position, the protrusion 225R provided on the first blade body 221R comes into contact with the upper peripheral wall 502R of the holding case 500 and is supported from below. The upper peripheral wall 502R is a wall portion that extends forward from the rear case 502 in the vicinity of the lower left of the shaft portion 230R among the peripheral walls of the holding case 500. Thereby, the upward rotation of the first blade body 221R is restricted, and the rotation of the auxiliary blade body 223R is also restricted. The position where the upward rotation of each of the blade portions 220L and 220R is restricted (that is, the position where the upward rotation of all the blade bodies is restricted) is the rising position of the fourth accessory 220. .

  As shown in FIGS. 4 and 10 to 12, in a state where both the third accessory 200 and the fourth accessory 220 are in the lowered position (steady state of the lower accessory 20), Most of the material is disposed below the opening 29, and the fourth accessory 220 is retracted behind the decorative cover 40. At this time, almost the entire effect screen of the display device 28 is exposed to the front side through the opening 29, while the blade portions 220 </ b> L and 220 </ b> R are covered with the decorative cover 40 in a front view.

  As shown in FIGS. 13 and 14, in a state where the third accessory 200 is in the lowered position and the fourth accessory 220 is in the inclined position (first displacement state of the lower accessory 20), the fourth accessory 220 enters the inside of the opening 29 from behind the decorative cover 40 in front view. Specifically, in a state where the three blade bodies overlap in front view, the left blade portion 220L extends from the center of the lower end of the opening 29 in the upper left direction, and the right blade portion 220R extends from the center of the lower end of the opening 29 to the upper right direction. It extends to. However, the third accessory 200 is held at the same position as in the steady state. A part of the effect screen of the display device 28 is covered with each of the blade portions 220L and 220R in which the three blade bodies overlap in a front view.

  As shown in FIG. 15 and FIG. 16, in the state where both the third accessory 200 and the fourth accessory 220 are in the raised position (the second displacement state of the lower accessory 20), the opening 29 is viewed from the front. The third decorative portion 202 enters the inside of the opening 29 from the center of the lower end upward. Further, the first blade bodies 221L and 221R and the auxiliary blade bodies 223L and 223R move toward the center position of the opening 29 from the first displacement state in the front view, and upward from the center of the lower end of the opening 29. It extends to. However, the second blades 222L and 222R are held at the same positions as in the first displacement state. Then, in the front view, the presentation screen of the display device 28 is wider than the first displacement state by the third decoration portion 202 that has entered the opening 29 and the blade portions 220L and 220R that form blades that expand in an arc shape. Covered with range.

  The drive mechanism of the lower accessory 20 will be described with reference to FIGS. 4 and 10 to 16. As shown in FIG. 4 and FIG. 10 to FIG. 16, inside the holding case 500, a lower drive motor 290, which is a step motor, is provided below the third accessory 200 and the fourth accessory 220. Gears 250, 260, 270, and 280 rotated by the lower drive motor 290, an interlocking shaft 300 that can be rotated in accordance with the rotation of the gear 280, and the like are provided.

  The gear 250 is a spur gear connected to the output shaft of the lower drive motor 290. The gear 260 is a spur gear that is rotatable about the shaft portion 261 and meshes with the gear 250 and the tooth portion 224L. The gear 270 is a spur gear rotatable around the shaft portion 271 and meshes with the gear 260 and the tooth portion 224R. The gear 270 has a detection plate 272 that is a plate-like portion that protrudes radially outward from the tooth portion. A sensor 295 for detecting the detection plate 272 is provided in the vicinity of the gear 270 inside the holding case 500. The gear 280 is a spur gear that is rotatable around the shaft portion 281 and meshes with the gear 270. In the vicinity of the shaft portion 281 in the gear 280, a protrusion 282 that protrudes forward is provided.

  The interlocking shaft 300 is a rod-like body that is rotatable about a shaft portion 309 installed below the gear 280 and has a main body portion 301 that extends from the shaft portion 309 toward the third accessory 200. The main body 301 is rotatably disposed in front of the gears 270 and 280 and extends upward from the shafts 271 and 281 toward the third accessory 200. A portion of the interlocking shaft 300 that faces the shaft portion 281 is formed with a relief portion 302 that is curved along the circumferential shape of the shaft portion 281. A guide groove 303 with which the guide body 204 of the third accessory 200 is engaged is formed on the distal end side of the interlocking shaft 300 so as to extend substantially horizontally.

  As shown in FIGS. 4 and 10 to 12, when the detection plate 272 of the gear 270 is detected by the sensor 295, the third accessory 200 and the fourth accessory 220 are held at the lowered positions, respectively. In other words, when the lower accessory 20 is in a steady state, the sensor 295 detects the origin position that is the operation starting point of the lower drive motor 290. At this time, the protrusion 282 of the gear 280 is separated from the interlocking shaft 300. Further, the interlocking shaft 300 is held at a rotational position supported from below by the shaft portions 271 and 281. Specifically, the shaft portion 271 supports a substantially intermediate position in the longitudinal direction of the main body portion 301, and the shaft portion 281 supports the escape portion 302 of the main body portion 301. In this state, the guide body 204 of the third accessory 200 is located in the vicinity of the right edge of the guide groove 303. Of the rotational positions of the gear 250 that is rotationally driven by the lower drive motor 290, the position where the third accessory 200 is held in a steady state is referred to as a “reverse limit position”.

  As described above, when the lower accessory 20 is in a steady state, the first blade bodies 221L and 221R are restricted from rotating downward by the lateral peripheral walls 501L and 501R. Therefore, the lower drive motor 290 cannot rotate the gears 250, 260, 270 connected to the tooth portions 224L, 224R in the direction in which the first blade bodies 221L, 221R rotate downward. That is, the reverse limit position of the gear 250 is the limit of the movable range when the lower drive motor 290 rotates (reverses) in the counterclockwise direction when viewed from the front.

  When the lower drive motor 290 rotates the gear 250 in the clockwise direction in the front view (forward rotation), the first blade body 221L of the left blade portion 220L is moved upward via the gear 260 and the tooth portion 224L (FIG. 11). Then, it rotates clockwise. Along with this, the second blade body 222L and the auxiliary blade body 223L also rotate upward. At the same time, the first blade body 221R of the right blade portion 220R rotates upward (counterclockwise in FIG. 11) via the gears 260, 270 and the tooth portion 224R. Along with this, the second blade body 222R and the auxiliary blade body 223R also rotate upward. In other words, each of the blade portions 220L and 220R rotates upwardly symmetrically as a whole. At this time, the gear 280 rotates counterclockwise, and the protrusion 282 approaches the interlocking shaft 300.

  As shown in FIGS. 13 and 14, when the gear 250 rotates forward a predetermined amount from the reversal limit position, the protrusions 226 </ b> L and 226 </ b> R of the fourth accessory 220 abut on a locking plate (not shown). That is, the lower accessory 20 is displaced from the steady state to the first displacement state. Of the rotational positions of the gear 250, the position where the lower accessory 20 is held in the first displacement state is referred to as a “first series engagement position”. Note that, in the “first series engagement position”, the protrusion 282 is not in contact with the interlocking shaft 300.

  As described above, when the gear 250 further rotates forward from the first engagement position, the first blade bodies 221L and 221R (and the auxiliary blade bodies 223L and 223L, with the second blade bodies 222L and 222R held in the inclined position). 223R) rotates upward from the tilt position. Along with this, the gear 280 further rotates counterclockwise, and the protrusion 282 contacts the interlocking shaft 300. Of the rotational positions of the gear 250, the position where the protrusion 282 contacts the interlocking shaft 300 from the left side is referred to as a “second linkage position”.

  When the gear 250 further rotates forward from the second linkage position, the protrusion 282 presses the interlocking shaft 300 in the right direction. As a result, the interlocking shaft 300 rotates clockwise around the shaft portion 309 in the front view, whereby the guide body 204 is guided upward along the guide groove 303. As the guide body 204 moves, the third accessory 200 moves upward from the lowered position.

  As shown in FIGS. 15 and 16, when the gear 250 is rotated forward from the second linkage position by a predetermined amount, the protrusions 225L and 225R come into contact with the upper peripheral walls 502L and 502R. At the same time, the third actor 200 moving upward reaches the ascending position. That is, the lower accessory 20 is displaced from the first displacement state to the second displacement state. Of the rotational positions of the gear 250, the position where the third accessory 200 is held in the second displacement state is referred to as “forward rotation limit position”.

  As described above, when the lower accessory 20 is in the second displacement state, the first blade bodies 221L and 221R are restricted from turning upward by the upper peripheral walls 502L and 502R. Therefore, the lower drive motor 290 cannot rotate the gears 250, 260, 270 connected to the tooth portions 224L, 224R in the direction in which the first blade bodies 221L, 221R rotate upward. That is, the forward rotation limit position of the gear 250 is the limit of the movable range when the lower drive motor 290 rotates forward.

  If the lower drive motor 290 reverses the gear 250 when the lower accessory 20 is in the second displacement state, the operation mode is the reverse of the above procedure. That is, when the gear 250 reverses from the forward rotation limit position to the second linkage position, the first blade bodies 221L and 221R (and the auxiliary blade bodies 223L, 223R) rotates downward from the raised position, and the third accessory 200 moves from the raised position to the lowered position. When the gear 250 is reversed from the second linkage position to the first series linkage position, the first blade bodies 221L and 221R (and the auxiliary blade bodies 223L and 223R) rotate to the inclined position, and the lower accessory 20 is moved to the first position. Displace to the displacement state. When the gear 250 is reversed from the second linkage position to the reversal limit position, the blade portions 220L and 220R are rotated from the inclined position to the lowered position, and the lower accessory 20 is displaced to a steady state.

  In the present embodiment, the first linkage position and the second linkage position of the gear 250 are provided with a slight rotational angle difference. Therefore, when the gear 250 further rotates forward from the first engagement position, the third accessory 200 is substantially simultaneously with the first blade bodies 221L and 221R (and the auxiliary blade bodies 223L and 223R) rising from the inclined position. Ascend from the lowered position. Further, when the gear 250 is reversed toward the first engagement position, the third accessory 200 is lowered substantially simultaneously with the first blade bodies 221L and 221R (and the auxiliary blade bodies 223L and 223R) being lowered to the inclined position. Lower to position.

  However, by increasing the rotation angle difference between the first linkage position and the second linkage position, the timing at which the first blade bodies 221L and 221R (and the auxiliary blade bodies 223L and 223R) rise from the inclined position, The time difference from the timing when the accessory 200 rises from the lowered position can be increased. In other words, the time difference between the timing when the first blade bodies 221L and 221R (and the auxiliary blade bodies 223L and 223R) are lowered to the inclined position and the timing when the third accessory 200 is lowered to the lowered position can be increased. .

  Further, when the gear 250 rotates forward in the movable range, it is displaced in the order of reverse limit position, first series engagement position, second linkage position, forward rotation limit position, but the reverse limit position, second linkage position, first series linkage position. The displacement may be in the order of the forward rotation limit position. For example, by adjusting the distance until the protrusion 226 of the second blade body 222 comes into contact with the locking plate, or by adjusting the interval until the protrusion 282 of the gear 280 contacts the interlocking shaft 300, These displacement orders can be changed.

  In this case, when the gear 250 is rotated forward, the first blade bodies 221L and 221R (and the auxiliary blade bodies 223L and 223R) rise from the inclined position, and the third accessory 200 rises from the lowered position. The timing to do can be reversed. Further, when the gear 250 is reversed, the timing when the first blade bodies 221L and 221R (and the auxiliary blade bodies 223L and 223R) rise from the inclined position and the timing when the third accessory 200 rises from the lowered position. And can be reversed.

  As described above, in the lower accessory 20 of the present embodiment, the lower drive motor 290 rotates the gear 250 between the forward rotation limit position and the reverse rotation limit position that are the limits of the movable range. The first blade bodies 221L and 221R (and the auxiliary blade bodies 223L and 223R) of the fourth accessory 220 rotate in an arc shape when viewed from the front. At this time, if the gear 250 rotates between the second linkage position and the forward rotation limit position, the third accessory 200 moves in the vertical direction. Accordingly, the third and second actors 200 and 220 can be moved in different timings and directions by the one lower drive motor 290 and the common gear 250, respectively. As a result, it is possible to vary the operation mode and operation timing of the third accessory 200 and the fourth accessory 220 while suppressing the number of parts and the number of drive sources.

  Further, when the gear 250 rotates between the forward rotation limit position and the reverse rotation limit position, power is transmitted to the fourth accessory 220 (specifically, the first blade bodies 221L and 221R) by the gears 260 and 270. The The first blade bodies 221L and 221R (and auxiliary blade bodies 223L and 223R) to which power is transmitted rotate around the shaft portions 230L and 230R. On the other hand, when the gear 250 rotates between the second linkage position and the forward rotation limit position, power is transmitted to the third accessory 200 (specifically, the third movable body 201) by the interlocking shaft 300. The third movable body 201 to which the power is transmitted moves in the vertical direction along the guide groove 401. That is, according to the rotation of the gear 250, the fourth role 220 rotates and the third role 200 moves in a linear shape. Therefore, the third role 200 and the fourth role 220 can be moved in different directions and modes with a simple mechanical structure.

  Further, the second blade bodies 222L and 222R supported coaxially with the first blade bodies 221L and 221R are configured so that the first blade body can be used as long as the gear 250 rotates between the forward rotation limit position and the first engagement position. While rotating following 221L and 221R, if the gear 250 rotates between the reverse limit position and the first series engagement position, it is held at a predetermined rotation position. Therefore, the operation mode of the second blade bodies 222L and 222R that can rotate coaxially with the first blade bodies 221L and 221R by the one lower drive motor 290 and the common gear 250 changes according to the rotational position of the gear 250. Can be made.

  Further, as the gear 250 rotates between the second linkage position and the forward rotation limit position, the interlocking shaft 300 rotates in conjunction with it. As the guide body 204 moves along the guide groove 303 in conjunction with the rotation of the interlocking shaft 300, the third accessory 200 moves in the vertical direction. Therefore, with a simple mechanical structure, the rotational movement of the gear 250 can be converted into power for moving the third accessory 200 in the vertical direction.

  As described above, the operation control of the upper accessory 10 and the lower accessory 20 is realized by drive control of the upper drive motor 190 and the lower drive motor 290 by a sub control board (not shown). That is, the operation of the upper accessory 10 is controlled with reference to the origin position detected by the sensor 195. The operation of the lower accessory 20 is controlled with reference to the origin position detected by the sensor 295.

  The upper accessory 10 and the lower accessory 20 operate so as to face each other up and down across the opening 29. For example, when the rotation of the first combination 100 to the lowered position and the rotation of the fourth combination 220 to the raised position are simultaneously performed, the first combination 100 and the fourth combination 220 come into contact with each other. There is a risk of damage. Therefore, the sub-control board (not shown) controls the upper drive motor 190 and the lower drive motor 290 so that the other operation is not performed during the operation of either the upper accessory 10 or the lower accessory 20. To do.

  Specifically, when the operation of the upper accessory 10 is started, it is determined whether or not the origin position is detected by the sensor 195. If the origin position is not detected by the sensor 195, the upper drive motor 190 is driven to return the upper accessory 10 to the steady state (see FIG. 4). When the origin position is detected by the sensor 195, it is determined whether or not the origin position is detected by the sensor 295. If the origin position is detected by the sensor 295, the upper drive motor 190 is driven to move the upper accessory 10 up and down.

  On the other hand, when the operation of the lower accessory 20 is started, it is determined whether or not the origin position is detected by the sensor 295. If the origin position is not detected by the sensor 295, the lower drive motor 290 is driven to return the lower accessory 20 to the steady state (see FIG. 4). When the origin position is detected by the sensor 295, it is determined whether or not the origin position is detected by the sensor 195. If the origin position is detected by the sensor 195, the lower drive motor 290 is driven to move the lower accessory 20 up and down.

  As described above, the sub-control board (not shown) controls the rotation of the upper drive motor 190 and the lower drive motor 290, so that the rotational positions of the cam 183 and the gear 250 are adjusted. Therefore, it is possible to accurately operate the upper accessory 10 and the lower accessory 20 while suppressing contact between the upper accessory 10 and the lower accessory 20.

  In the present embodiment, the lower drive motor 290 corresponds to the “drive source” of the present invention. The gear 250 corresponds to the “actuating member” of the present invention. The reversal limit position corresponds to the “first rotation position” of the present invention. The forward rotation limit position corresponds to the “second rotational position” of the present invention. The second linkage position corresponds to the “third rotation position” of the present invention. The first blade bodies 221L and 221R correspond to the “first movable member” of the present invention. The third accessory 200 corresponds to the “second movable member” of the present invention. The gears 260 and 270 correspond to the “first transmission member” of the present invention. The shaft portions 230L and 230R correspond to the “support portion” of the present invention. The interlocking shaft 300 corresponds to the “second transmission member” of the present invention. The plate portion 400 corresponds to the “guide portion” of the present invention. The guide groove 401 corresponds to the “groove portion” of the present invention. The guide body 203 corresponds to the “projection” of the present invention. The second blades 222L and 222R correspond to the “third movable member” of the present invention. The first series of engagement positions corresponds to the “fourth rotation position” of the present invention. The sub-control board corresponds to the “control unit” of the present invention.

  The present invention is not limited to the embodiment described in detail above, and it is needless to say that various modifications can be made without departing from the gist of the present invention. For example, in the above-described embodiment, step motors are used as the upper drive motor 190 and the lower drive motor 290, but other motors may be used.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Pachinko machine 20 Lower side object 30 Production | presentation apparatus 200 3rd role 203 Guide body 220 4th role 221L, 221R 1st blade body 222L, 222R 2nd blade body 223L, 223R Auxiliary blade body 230L, 230R Shaft part 250 Gear 260 Gear 270 Gear 280 Gear 290 Lower drive motor 300 Interlocking shaft 400 Plate portion 401 Guide groove

Claims (4)

  1. A drive source capable of forward and reverse rotation;
    A rotating body that is rotated by the drive source, and is a first rotation position that is a limit of a movable range when the drive source is reversed, and a second that is a limit of a movable range when the drive source is rotated forward An operating member rotatable between a rotational position and a third rotational position provided between the first rotational position and the second rotational position;
    A first movable member that is moved in a first direction by the actuation member as the actuation member rotates between the first rotation position and the second rotation position;
    A second movable member that is moved in a second direction different from the first direction by the actuating member as the actuating member rotates between the second rotational position and the third rotational position. and,
    A first transmission member for transmitting power generated by the rotation to the first movable member as the operating member rotates between the first rotation position and the second rotation position;
    A support portion that pivotally supports the first movable member to which power is transmitted by the first transmission member so as to be rotatable in the first direction;
    A second transmission member for transmitting power generated by the rotation to the second movable member as the operating member rotates between the second rotation position and the third rotation position;
    A guide portion for guiding the second movable member to which power is transmitted by the second transmission member so as to move in the second direction;
    A third movable member supported coaxially with the first movable member by the support portion;
    The actuating member is rotatable to a fourth rotational position provided between the first rotational position and the second rotational position;
    The third movable member rotates so as to be at the same rotational position as the first movable member as the operating member rotates between the first rotational position and the fourth rotational position. The effect device is held at a predetermined rotational position as the operating member rotates between the second rotational position and the fourth rotational position .
  2. The operating member is a rotating gear that is rotated by the driving source,
    The rendering device according to claim 1 , wherein the first transmission member is a gear portion that is provided on the first movable member and is screwed to the operation member.
  3. The operating member is a rotating gear that is rotated by the driving source,
    The second transmission member has a predetermined longitudinal direction, one end side in the longitudinal direction is rotatably supported, and the other end side in the longitudinal direction is connected to the second movable member, A gear portion that rotates in conjunction with the operating member that rotates between a rotation position and the third rotation position;
    The guide part is a plate-like member in which a groove part extending in the second direction is formed,
    The second movable member has a protrusion inserted into the groove, and is guided in the second direction by moving the protrusion along the groove in conjunction with the rotation of the second transmission member. The rendering device according to claim 1 , wherein the rendering device is performed.
  4. A rendering device according to any one of claims 1 to 3 ,
    A gaming machine comprising control means for adjusting the rotational position of the operating member by controlling the rotation of the drive source.
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