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JP6197223B2
JP6197223B2 JP2016040722A JP2016040722A JP6197223B2 JP 6197223 B2 JP6197223 B2 JP 6197223B2 JP 2016040722 A JP2016040722 A JP 2016040722A JP 2016040722 A JP2016040722 A JP 2016040722A JP 6197223 B2 JP6197223 B2 JP 6197223B2
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  The present invention relates to a gaming machine provided with a so-called accessory that produces a production effect.

  As described in Patent Document 1 below, in a gaming machine equipped with a movable accessory, the power of a driving source such as a motor is transmitted to the accessory via various power transmission members such as a gear and a link mechanism. .

JP 2012-239822 A

  In many cases, each power transmission member is regulated so as not to move in an unintended direction. Under conditions such as when the movable object that is the target of power transmission is heavy or the resistance during power transmission is large, the reaction force applied to some power transmission members increases, and the direction in which the power transmission member is not intended by the reaction force Therefore, it is necessary to restrict the power transmission member from moving in an unintended direction in order to suppress the malfunction of the movable accessory and the loss of power.

  A problem to be solved by the present invention is to displace a power transmission member in an unintended direction for transmitting power to a driven member in a gaming machine including a driven member (movable accessory) that is displaced by the displacement of the movable member. This is to make the structure for regulating

The gaming machine according to the present invention includes a movable member that is displaceable in a plane direction, a power transmission member that is displaceable in the plane direction with respect to the movable member, and the displacement when the power transmission member is displaced. A driven member to which the power generated by the motor is transmitted, a guide member in which a part of the power transmission member is engaged, and a guide portion that guides the power transmission member to be displaced with respect to the movable member is formed; A regulation member that regulates displacement of the power transmission member in a direction intersecting the plane direction by sandwiching the power transmission member between the guide member and the power transmission member. A protruding portion that protrudes to at least one side of the guide member and the restriction member and contacts at least one of the guide member and the restriction member is formed .

  The gaming machine uses a guide member formed with a guide portion that guides the power transmission member, and sandwiches the power transmission member between the guide member and the regulating member, so that the power transmission member is in the plane direction. It is possible to restrict displacement in the intersecting direction. That is, it is possible to simplify the structure that regulates the displacement of the power transmission member in an unintended direction.

  Moreover, if the convex part which protruded to the at least one side of the induction | guidance | derivation member and the control member is formed in the power transmission member, not only the said convex part will function as a reinforcement part (rib) which suppresses a deformation | transformation of a power transmission member. It can also function as a part that plays a role in reducing the sliding resistance between the power transmission member and the induction member or the regulation member (decreasing the contact area between the power transmission member, the guidance member or the regulation member) It is.

  According to the present invention, it is possible to simplify the structure that regulates displacement of the power transmission member in an unintended direction.

It is a front view of the gaming machine concerning one embodiment of the present invention, and shows the state where the 1st movable member was located in the waiting position (a publicly known member, such as a launching device (launching handle) is omitted). It is a front view of the gaming machine concerning one embodiment of the present invention, and shows the state where the 1st movable member was located in the 1st production position (a publicly known member, such as a launching device (shooting handle) is omitted). It is a front view of the gaming machine concerning one embodiment of the present invention, and shows the state where the 1st movable member was located in the 2nd production position (a publicly known member, such as a launching device (launching handle) is omitted). It is the figure which showed the state which removed the game board, Comprising: The state which the 2nd movable member was located in the original position is shown. FIG. 5 shows a state in which the regulating member, the second movable member supported by the regulating member, and the drive mechanism thereof are removed from the state shown in FIG. 4. It is a figure (figure which looked at the inside of a main-body part from back) for demonstrating the power transmission mechanism (each gear) from a power transmission member to a driven member. It is the schematic diagram (sectional drawing which cut | disconnected the power transmission member in the longitudinal direction) which showed the engagement state of the to-be-guided protrusion of a power transmission member, the guidance part (groove), the convex part of a power transmission member, and the control member which contacts it. . FIG. 5 is a schematic diagram (a cross-sectional view of the power transmission member cut in the short direction) showing the engaged state of the guided protrusion of the power transmission member and the guiding portion (groove), and the convex portion of the power transmission member and the regulating member in contact therewith. is there. It is the figure which showed the relationship between a 1st movable member and a driven member in the state which the 1st movable member was located in the standby position, and the relationship between a power transmission member and a guidance part. It is the figure which showed the relationship between a 1st movable member and a driven member in the state which the 1st movable member was located in the 1st production position, and the relationship between a power transmission member and a guidance part. It is the figure which showed the relationship between a 1st movable member and a driven member in the state which the 1st movable member was located in the 2nd production position, and the relationship between a power transmission member and a guidance part. It is the figure which showed the state where the integrated production form was constructed | assembled by the 1st movable member (located in the 1st production position), a driven member, and the 2nd movable member.

  Hereinafter, embodiments according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings. In the following description, the plane direction is a direction along (parallel) the game area 902, and the front-rear direction is a direction orthogonal to the game area 902 (the player side is the front and the opposite side is the rear). The left-right direction (width direction) refers to the left-right direction in FIGS. 1 to 3, and the up-down direction refers to the up-down direction in FIGS.

  First, the overall configuration of the gaming machine 1 will be briefly described with reference to FIGS. The gaming machine 1 includes a game board 90. The game board 90 is formed of a substantially square plywood, and a strip-shaped guide rail 903 made of a thin metal plate for guiding a game ball fired by the operation of the launcher to the game area 902 has a substantially arc shape. Is provided.

  In the game area 902, a display device 91, a first start winning opening 904, a second starting winning opening 905, a big winning opening 906, an out opening 907, and the like are provided. As the display device 91, for example, a liquid crystal display device is used, and a special symbol, a normal symbol, or the like is displayed on the display screen (display unit) of the display device 91. The display screen of the display device 91 is visible through an opening 901 formed in the game board 90.

  In addition, the game area 902 is provided with a plurality of game nails as obstacles that change the flow-down mode of the game balls when the flow-down game balls collide. The game ball flowing down the game area 902 changes into various modes depending on the condition when it collides with the game nail.

  In such a gaming machine 1, a game ball is launched toward the game area 902 by operating a launching device (not shown). When a game ball flowing down the game area 902 wins a winning port such as the start winning ports 904 and 905 or the big winning port 906, a predetermined number of award balls are paid out by the payout device. In addition, the jackpot lottery method, effects, and the like can be applied to those similar to known game machines, and thus description thereof is omitted. The gaming machine 1 according to the present embodiment is a so-called pachinko gaming machine, but the configuration described below can be applied to other types of gaming machines such as a slot machine.

  Hereinafter, the rendering device 1u included in the gaming machine 1 according to the present embodiment will be described in detail. The rendering device 1u includes a first movable member 10 (corresponding to a movable member in the present invention), a power transmission member 30, a driven member 20, a guide member 40, a regulating member 50, and a second movable member 60 (another movable member in the present invention). Corresponding to a movable member).

  In the present embodiment, one set of the first movable member 10 is provided on the left and right. Each first movable member 10 can be displaced in the plane direction (can be displaced so as not to change the position in the front-rear direction). In this embodiment, it can be displaced (slid) in the width direction (left-right direction). That is, the left first movable member 10 and the right first movable member 10 can be displaced in a direction toward each other and a direction away from each other. The distance that the left first movable member 10 moves toward the inner side in the width direction or the outer side in the width direction is the same as the distance that the right first movable member 10 moves toward the inner side in the width direction or the outer side in the width direction. That is, both the first movable members 10 are always symmetrical with respect to the center line that is equidistant from the left first movable member 10 and the right first movable member 10 (see FIGS. 1 to 3, etc.). Thus, since any drive mechanism for displacing the first movable member 10 may be used, the description thereof is omitted.

  The driven member 20 is a member supported by the first movable member 10, and can be displaced with respect to the first movable member 10. The driven member 20 in the present embodiment is rotatable with respect to the first movable member 10. Since the driven member 20 in this embodiment is non-circular, when the driven member 20 rotates with respect to the first movable member 10, the player can recognize the displacement. Note that the shape of the driven member 20 may be any shape. The driven member 20 rotates with respect to the first movable member 10, and even if the driven member 20 has a circular shape, the displacement of the driven member 20 can be recognized by a decoration or the like applied to the front side. That's fine. In the present embodiment, a plurality of driven members 20 (three in the present embodiment) are supported on one first movable member 10.

  The driven member 20 is displaced relative to the first movable member 10 when the first movable member 10 is operated, that is, displaced in the width direction. The drive mechanism of the driven member 20 is as follows. A power transmission member 30 is supported on the first movable member 10 (see FIGS. 5 and 6). The power transmission member 30 is displaced with the first movable member 10 in the width direction, but is displaceable with respect to the first movable member 10 in the vertical direction intersecting the width direction. That is, the power transmission member 30 is a member that is displaced together with the main body portion or in a planar direction with respect to the main body portion.

  The power transmission member 30 has an upper part located above the first movable member 10. And the upper end part of a power transmission part is engaged with the guide part 41 formed in the guide member 40 (refer FIG.5, FIG.7, FIG.8 etc.). The guide portion 41 is a groove formed in the guide member 40 and opening forward. A guided projection 31 that is a projection protruding rearward is formed at the upper end of the power transmission member 30, and the guided projection 31 is fitted in a guiding portion 41 that is a groove. The guided protrusion 31 can slide in the guide portion 41.

  The guide portion 41 that is a groove includes a first portion 411 and a second portion 412 (see FIGS. 9 to 11). The first portion 411 is a portion in which the vertical position of the groove does not change even when the width direction position of the groove changes. That is, it is a portion along the width direction. The second portion 412 is a portion where the vertical position of the groove changes when the width direction position of the groove changes. That is, it is a portion not along the width direction.

  As described above, although the power transmission member 30 is displaced together with the first movable member 10 in the width direction, it can be displaced with respect to the first movable member 10 in the vertical direction. Therefore, when the first movable member 10 is displaced in the width direction, the power transmission member 30 is also displaced in the width direction, but the guided projection 31 of the power transmission member 30 is engaged with the first portion 411 of the guide portion 41. When the power transmission member 30 is not displaced in the vertical direction with respect to the first movable member 10, the guided projection 31 of the power transmission member 30 is engaged with the second portion 412 of the guide portion 41. The power transmission member 30 is displaced in the vertical direction with respect to the first movable member 10 by the guide portion 41.

  As described above, the power transmission member 30 may be displaced in the vertical direction with respect to the first movable member 10, but a part of the lower side of the power transmission member 30 is always located in the first movable member 10. A plurality of gears (gear trains) for transmitting the displacement of the power transmission member 30 relative to the first movable member 10 as the displacement of the driven member 20 relative to the first movable member 10 are provided in the first movable member 10. (See FIG. 6). A portion of the power transmission member 30 located in the first movable member 10 is engaged with an engagement protrusion provided on the first gear 71. Therefore, when the power transmission member 30 is displaced in the vertical direction, the first gear 71 is rotated. The rotation of the first gear 71 is the rotation of the second gear 72, the third gear 73, the fourth gear 74, the fifth gear 75, the sixth gear 76, the seventh gear 77, the eighth gear 78, and the ninth gear 79. Transmitted as motion. In the present embodiment, the second gear 72, the fifth gear 75, and the ninth gear 79 are connected to each of the three driven members 20. That is, when the power transmission member 30 is displaced in the vertical direction and the second gear 72, the fifth gear 75, and the ninth gear 79 are rotated, each driven member 20 is displaced with respect to the first movable member 10. . The greater the amount of displacement of the power transmission member 30 in the vertical direction, the greater the amount of rotation of the second gear 72, the fifth gear 75, and the ninth gear 79. Therefore, the displacement of each driven member 20 relative to the first movable member 10 The amount increases. The displacement amount of the driven member 20 per displacement amount of the power transmission unit can be appropriately set by adjusting the reduction gear ratio of the gear train.

  The amount of displacement of the power transmission member 30 in the vertical direction is determined by the shape of the guide portion 41. In the present embodiment, when the guided projection 31 of the power transmission member 30 is engaged with the second portion 412 of the guide portion 41, the power transmission member 30 is displaced in the vertical direction. The second portion 412 of the guide portion 41 in the present embodiment is connected to one end (terminal) of the first portion 411 and is displaced upward with a portion (upward portion 412a) that is displaced upward inward in the width direction. A portion (lowering portion 412b) connected to one end (terminal) of the portion 412a and displaced downward inward in the width direction is included. The end of the descending portion 412b (the end opposite to the ascending portion 412a side) is positioned below the first portion 411 (see FIGS. 9 to 11).

  The first movable member 10 is positioned at the standby position when the predetermined effect (the effect using the first movable member 10) is not executed, and is positioned at the effect position when the predetermined effect is executed. In other words, when the predetermined condition is not satisfied, it is positioned at the standby position, and when the predetermined condition is satisfied, it is positioned at the effect position. It is determined (determined) by an effect control means (effect control board) (not shown) whether or not it is positioned at the effect position, that is, whether or not a predetermined condition is established. Since any control method of such effects may be used, the description is omitted.

  In the present embodiment, two locations of the first effect position and the second effect position are set as the effect positions of the first movable member 10. The first performance position (the position shown in FIGS. 2 and 10) is smaller than the distance between the two first movable members 10 when it is located at the standby position (the position shown in FIGS. 1 and 9). It is a position that is larger than when it is located at the second effect position (position shown in FIGS. 3 and 11). The second effect position is a position where the distance between the two first movable members 10 is smaller than the first effect position (the position where the distance between the two first movable members 10 is the smallest).

  When the first movable member 10 is located at the standby position, the guided projection 31 of the power transmission member 30 is engaged with the first portion 411 (see FIG. 9). When the first movable member 10 is located at the first effect position, the guided protrusion 31 of the power transmission member 30 is engaged with the boundary portion of the second portion 412 between the rising portion 412a and the lowering portion 412b. That is, the power transmission member 30 is in the uppermost position (see FIG. 10). When the first movable member 10 is located at the second effect position, the guided protrusion 31 of the power transmission member 30 is engaged with the end portion of the descending portion 412b in the second portion 412. That is, the power transmission member 30 is located in the lowest position (see FIG. 11).

  A regulating member 50 is provided in front of the power transmission member 30 (see FIG. 4, FIG. 7, FIG. 8, etc.). That is, a portion of the power transmission member 30 located outside the first movable member 10 is sandwiched between the guide member 40 and the regulating member 50. As described above, the restriction member 50 is positioned in front of the power transmission member 30, thereby restricting the forward displacement of the power transmission member 30 (displacement in a direction intersecting the plane direction). In other words, the displacement of the power transmission member 30 in the forward direction in which the guided protrusion 31 of the power transmission member 30 is detached from the guide portion 41 is regulated by the regulation member 50. The backward displacement of the power transmission member 30 is regulated by the guide member 40. That is, the power transmission member 30 is restricted by the guide member 40 and the restriction member 50 so as not to be displaced in the front-rear direction (only in the plane direction).

  Further, the power transmission member 30 is formed with a convex portion 32 protruding toward the regulating member 50 side. The convex portion 32 is a linear protrusion formed along the longitudinal direction of the power transmission member 30 (vertical direction in the present embodiment). The convex portion 32 improves the mechanical strength of the power transmission member 30. The restricting member 50 has a pressing portion 51 protruding rearward at the lower end edge thereof, and the pressing portion 51 is in contact with the convex portion 32 of the power transmission member 30 (see FIGS. 7 and 8). Even if the power transmission member 30 is displaced in the vertical direction, the convex portion 32 is always formed to have a length that contacts the regulating member 50. Therefore, the power transmission member 30 and the regulating member 50 (pressing portion 51) are more than when it is assumed that the surface on the regulating member 50 side of the power transmitting member 30 is flat (assuming that the convex portion 32 is not formed). ) Contact area becomes smaller.

  The regulating member 50 is also a support member (base member) that supports the second movable member 60 and a drive mechanism that drives the second movable member 60 (see FIG. 4). The restriction member 50 may be a support member that supports only the second movable member 60, or only the entire drive mechanism that drives the second movable member 60 or at least a part of the members that constitute the drive mechanism. It may be a supporting member. The second movable member 60 has a part (hereinafter referred to as a decoration portion 61) at a position where the second movable member 60 overlaps with the original position where it is covered on the upper side of the game board 90 and the approximate center of the display area of the display device 91. It can be displaced between certain advance positions. More specifically, the decoration portion 61 located at the advance position is located between the two first movable members 10 located between the first performance positions (between the units composed of the first movable member 10 and the driven member 20). (See FIG. 12). In the present embodiment, when the two first movable members 10 are positioned at the second effect position, the decorative portion 61 cannot be positioned between the first movable members 10. As long as the second movable member 60 (decorating portion 61) can be driven in this way, any drive mechanism may be used, and the description thereof is omitted.

  The movements of the first movable member 10 and the second movable member 60 configured as described above are summarized as follows. When the first movable member 10 (see FIG. 9) positioned at the standby position is moved toward the effect position (inward in the width direction), the power transmission member 30 is moved until the first movable member 10 moves a predetermined amount. The guided protrusion 31 continues to engage with the first portion 411 of the guide portion 41. Therefore, the power transmission member 30 is not displaced in the vertical direction with respect to the first movable member 10, and the driven member 20 is not displaced with respect to the first movable member 10. That is, the entire first movable member 10 moves inward in the width direction while the relative positional relationship between the first movable member 10 and the driven member 20 is maintained.

  When the first movable member 10 moves a predetermined amount from the standby position toward the inside in the width direction, the guided protrusion 31 of the power transmission member 30 moves from the first portion 411 of the guide portion 41 to the inside of the rising portion 412a of the second portion 412. Get in. Therefore, as the first movable member 10 moves inward in the width direction, the power transmission member 30 is pulled up by the rising portion 412a of the guide portion 41. That is, as the first movable member 10 moves, the power transmission member 30 is displaced upward with respect to the first movable member 10. When the power transmission member 30 is displaced upward in this way, each gear rotates in one direction due to the displacement. Thereby, each driven member 20 rotates (displaces) in one direction with respect to the first movable member 10. When the first movable member 10 reaches the first effect position, the guided projection 31 of the power transmission member 30 is engaged with the boundary portion between the rising portion 412a and the lowering portion 412b in the second portion 412 of the guiding portion 41. (See FIG. 10). That is, since the power transmission member 30 is in the most displaced state, the amount of rotation in one direction of the driven member 20 with respect to the first movable member 10 is the largest.

  The gaming machine 1 according to the present embodiment can construct an effect form as shown in FIG. 2 by positioning a pair of the first movable member 10 and the driven member 20 at the first effect position. By positioning the decorative portion 61 of the second movable member 60 between the units composed of the movable member 10 and the driven member 20, the first movable member 10, the driven member 20, and the second movable member (decorative portion 61) An integrated production form as shown in FIG. In this case, if the 2nd movable member 60 (decoration part 61) is moved to an advance position at the timing which does not interfere with the 1st movable member 10 before the 1st movable member 10 arrives at the 1st production position. Good.

  When the first movable member 10 moves inward in the width direction from the first effect position, the guided protrusion 31 of the power transmission member 30 enters the descending portion 412b of the second portion 412 of the guiding portion 41. Therefore, as the first movable member 10 moves inward in the width direction, the power transmission member 30 is pulled down by the descending portion 412 b of the guiding portion 41. That is, as the first movable member 10 moves, the power transmission member 30 is displaced downward with respect to the first movable member 10. When the power transmission member 30 is displaced downward in this manner, each gear rotates in the other direction due to the displacement. Thereby, each driven member 20 rotates (displaces) in the other direction with respect to the first movable member 10. Since the end portion of the descending portion 412b in the second portion 412 of the guide portion 41 is located below the first portion 411, the vertical position of the power transmission member 30 is engaged with the midway position of the descending portion 412b. It is the same as when the first part 411 is engaged. That is, the position of the driven member 20 with respect to the first movable member 10 at the time is the same as that when the driven member 20 is located at the standby position. When the power transmission member 30 is further pulled down from there, each driven member 20 rotates in the other direction. When the first movable member 10 reaches the second effect position, the guided projection 31 of the power transmission member 30 is engaged with the end portion of the descending portion 412b in the second portion 412 of the guiding portion 41 (FIG. 11). That is, since the power transmission member 30 is in the state of being displaced downward, the amount of rotation of the driven member 20 relative to the first movable member 10 in the other direction is the largest.

  When the first movable member 10 is displaced from the first effect position or the second effect position toward the standby position, the driven member 20 moves in the opposite direction.

  Thus, in the gaming machine 1 according to the present embodiment, the power transmission member 30 is displaced in the vertical direction (plane direction) by the guide portion 41 by displacing the first movable member 10 in the width direction (plane direction). . When engaged with the rising portion 412a and the descending portion 412b in the guiding portion 41, a state in which a part of the power transmission member 30 (guided protrusion 31) is pressed against the inner wall surface of the rising portion 412a and the descending portion 412b. Therefore, the power transmission member 30 is moved in the direction in which the power transmission member 30 (guided protrusion 31) and the guide portion 41 are disengaged by the reaction force (in this embodiment, forward (upward in FIGS. 7 and 8)). Try to displace. As shown in FIG. 7 and FIG. 8, in the present embodiment, since the regulating member 50 that regulates the forward displacement of the power transmission member 30 is provided, even if the reaction force acts on the power transmission member 30. The power transmission member 30 is not displaced forward (a direction intersecting the plane direction (an unintended direction)).

  The regulating member 50 that regulates the forward displacement of the power transmission member 30 functions as a member that supports the second movable member 60 and its drive mechanism (see FIG. 4). That is, the gaming machine 1 according to the present embodiment is not provided with a separate member for restricting the forward displacement of the power transmission member 30, but constructs an integrated effect form (see FIG. 12) together with the first movable member 10. The second movable member 60 that can be used and the member that supports the drive mechanism are made to function as members that restrict the forward displacement of the power transmission member 30. Therefore, it is advantageous for reducing the manufacturing cost and the space for arranging the movable member and related members.

  Further, the power transmission member 30 is formed with a convex portion 32 protruding to the regulating member 50 side, and the regulating member 50 is in contact with the convex portion 32 (see FIGS. 7 and 8). That is, the contact area between the power transmission member 30 and the regulating member 50 is reduced by the convex portion 32. As described above, since the regulating member 50 is a member that regulates (presses) the displacement of the power transmission member 30 that is to be displaced forward, the pressure at which the power transmission member 30 is pressed against the regulating member 50 is high. Therefore, if the contact area between the two is large, the power transmission member 30 may not be smoothly displaced. In this embodiment, the convex portion 32 formed on the power transmission member 30 restricts the power transmission member 30. Since the contact area of the member 50 is kept small, it is possible to reduce the possibility that such a problem will occur.

  And since the said convex part 32 is extended along the longitudinal direction of the power transmission member 30, the love convex part 32 functions as a reinforcement part (rib) which suppresses a deformation | transformation of the power transmission member 30. FIG. More specifically, the power transmission member 30 is displaced in the longitudinal direction (vertical direction), and even if the displacement occurs, the contact resistance is suppressed unless the contact between the convex portion 32 and the regulating member 50 is maintained. However, in the present embodiment, the convex portion 32 is formed along the longitudinal direction so that both the “reinforcing function” and the “contact resistance suppressing function” are exhibited. is there.

  Although the embodiments of the present invention have been described in detail above, the present invention is not limited to the above-described embodiments, and various modifications can be made without departing from the gist of the present invention.

  For example, in the above-described embodiment, it has been described that the first movable member 10 is displaced in the width direction and the power transmission member 30 is displaced in the vertical direction, but the direction can be appropriately changed. The direction in which the first movable member 10 is displaced together with the power transmission member 30 and the direction in which the power transmission member 30 can be displaced with respect to the first movable member 10 intersect, and the power transmission member 30 is along the plane direction. What is necessary is just to be displaced.

  Further, although it has been described that the driven member 20 is supported by the first movable member 10, the driven member 20 may not be supported by the first movable member 10. That is, any member may be used as long as the power transmitted by the displacement when the power transmission member 30 is displaced by the displacement of the first movable member 10.

Hereinafter, specific means (game machines) obtained from the above embodiment will be listed.
Means 1: a movable member that is displaceable in a plane direction, a power transmission member that is displaceable in a plane direction with respect to the movable member, and when the power transmission member is displaced, the power generated by the displacement is transmitted Between the guide member and a guide member formed with a guide member that engages with a part of the power transmission member and guides the power transmission member to be displaced with respect to the movable member. A gaming machine comprising: a regulating member that regulates displacement of the power transmission member in a direction intersecting the plane direction by sandwiching the power transmission member.
In the gaming machine according to the means 1, the power transmission member is flattened by sandwiching the power transmission member between the guidance member and the regulating member using the guidance member formed with the guidance part for guiding the power transmission member. It is possible to regulate displacement in a direction that intersects the direction. That is, it is possible to simplify the structure that regulates the displacement of the power transmission member in an unintended direction.
Means 2: In the gaming machine according to means 1, the restriction member supports another movable member different from the movable member and at least a part of a drive mechanism for driving the other movable member. A gaming machine.
Means 3; A gaming machine according to Means 2, wherein an integrated effect form can be constructed by the movable member and the other movable member.
Like the game machine according to the means 2 and the means 3, another movable member and a member for supporting at least a part of a drive mechanism for driving the other movable member (base member of another movable member) If used as a restricting member, there is no need to separately provide a member constituting a structure for restricting displacement of the power transmission member in an unintended direction. That is, an increase in cost can be suppressed.
Means 4: The game machine according to any one of means 1 to 3, wherein the power transmission member is formed with a convex portion projecting on at least one side of the guide member and the regulating member. Machine.
Means 5: The gaming machine of means 4, wherein the convex portion is formed along the longitudinal direction of the power transmission member.
As in the gaming machine according to the means 4 and the means 5, if the convex portion protruding to at least one side of the guide member and the regulating member is formed on the power transmission member, the convex portion suppresses the deformation of the power transmission member. Not only to function as a reinforcing part (rib), but also to reduce the sliding resistance between the power transmission member and the induction member and the regulation member (to reduce the contact area between the power transmission member and the guidance member and the regulation member) It can also function as a part that plays a role.

1 gaming machine 1u stage device 10 first movable member 20 driven member 30 power transmission member 31 guided projection 32 convex portion 40 guide member 41 guide portion 411 first portion
412 Second part 412a Ascending part 412b Lowering part 50 Restricting member 51 Holding part 60 Second movable member 61 Decoration part

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  1. A movable member that is displaceable in a plane direction;
    A power transmission member provided to be displaceable in a plane direction with respect to the movable member;
    When the power transmission member is displaced, a driven member to which power generated by the displacement is transmitted;
    A guide member in which a part of the power transmission member is engaged and a guide portion is formed for guiding the power transmission member to be displaced with respect to the movable member;
    A regulating member that regulates displacement of the power transmission member in a direction intersecting the plane direction by sandwiching the power transmission member between the guide member and
    With
    A gaming machine, wherein the power transmission member is formed with a convex portion that protrudes to at least one side of the guide member and the regulating member and contacts at least one of the guide member and the regulating member.
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