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    Smile SANKYO Vintage CYCLIC

    Another project machine!


    Mechanism was mostly missing on this machine. :-/


    I'm going to use one of my counters / games.


    As you can see, this machine has a very attractive play field with no water damage.
    SANKYO Vintage Cyclic Front.jpg


    The sides, top and ramps are made of wood pieces 5/8" thick on this machine by 3/4" tall.


    The portions of wood exposed to pachinko balls were covered with metal tape.


    Portions of one piece of wood were cut on 45 degree angles to direct the pachinko balls into the shooting tray.
    Portions of the top ramp were removed to allow pachinko balls to exit the playfield main drain and to allow enough room under the top ramp.
    SANKYO Vintage Cyclic Back.jpg SANKYO Vintage Cyclic Ramps.jpg SANKYO Vintage Cyclic Shooting Tray Exit.jpg SANKYO Vintage Cyclic WIN Switch.jpg
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    Added the shot sensor.

    This is installed on two plastic spacers. In the last picture, the spacers still have their paper protection on, the spacers are sized to fit the sensor.

    The flag is removed from the shooting mechanism, as it is not connected to anything.

    It takes a little trial and error with the sensor placement to get consistent results.

    SANKYO Vintage Cyclic Back 2.jpg SANKYO Vintage Cyclic SHOT Sensor 1.jpg SANKYO Vintage Cyclic SHOT Sensor 2.jpg

    SANKYO Vintage Cyclic SHOT Sensor 3.jpg SANKYO Vintage Cyclic SHOT Sensor on 2 spacers.jpg Spacers.jpg

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    Default Re: SANKYO Vintage CYCLIC

    Very cool, but...

    Why is the cat door at the ceiling?
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    Default Re: SANKYO Vintage CYCLIC

    Quote Originally Posted by heima View Post
    Very cool, but...

    Why is the cat door at the ceiling?
    my guess is its a basement and that is a plumbing access door
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    Default Re: SANKYO Vintage CYCLIC

    Or hover cats??

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    Mopar's answer is closest to correct!

    It is my basement and the previous owner built in a large exhaust fan.

    Very observant members here.

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    Smile Cabinet & LEDs

    Installed this cyclic machine in a cabinet and finished up with the counter and LEDs.

    LEDs installed.jpg Cabinet Front.jpg Cabinet Side.jpg

    Although not easy to discern; there are two 8x8 LED matrix displays in the marquee. There are different animations that can be chosen to display upon a Jackpot. There are also three, red, 10mm jackpot LEDs toward the top of the play field and one red, 10mm shot LED near the flag.

    Counter & Marquee.jpg Speakers.jpg 12V 5V Dual power supply.jpg



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