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    Default Re: 3D Printed Pachinko Parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Triggerscold View Post
    the hopper in the back where they dump. i just have a cardboard box taped right now haha.
    I started working on a model for a universal rear tray a while ago but never really finished it (or know where I saved the files, was about 3 PCs ago) Basically had the idea it would print in 2 or 3 parts and then just glue together. It would fit many off brand machines (basically anything but a nishijin)

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    Default Re: 3D Printed Pachinko Parts

    Max,
    Not sure if this helps or interest you but here is one that I am still working on. I have the step files and native Fusion 360 file I can email to you if you'd like. I have printed one version but was far to thick (worked great but alot of material) this one is thinner and have yet to test print. I have large format machines (12x12x12 and 16x16x21) so I print in one piece laying flat. Can be split if desired.
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    Default Re: 3D Printed Pachinko Parts

    Quote Originally Posted by Gmwd View Post
    Max,
    Not sure if this helps or interest you but here is one that I am still working on. I have the step files and native Fusion 360 file I can email to you if you'd like. I have printed one version but was far to thick (worked great but alot of material) this one is thinner and have yet to test print. I have large format machines (12x12x12 and 16x16x21) so I print in one piece laying flat. Can be split if desired.
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    Geof
    Looks interesting and certainly looks to have room for improvement. Especially with design for 3D printing. I'll send you a PM with more details. No sense in dragging this thread on will technical talk. Unless others really want to hear about me blabber out ideas.

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    Default Re: 3D Printed Pachinko Parts

    Hello,

    I am rebuilding a machine I was given and it is missing on light socket and the cover. I work with additive manufacturing for a living so having a ready stl is perfect. Thanks for sharing.

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    Default Re: 3D Printed Pachinko Parts

    Hey there, i just was reading the forum as i am getting back into working on my pachinko machine thats been sitting in a corner for a few years. I saw your post about a hopper and i just thought it would let you know that i designed and built one a few years ago, as i too had a poor cardboard box and various other things, doing the job (Or not doing it):
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:813528

    i am not sure what model the machine is, it is from 70s. currently getting back into it, i have purchased a micro switch (V7-2B17D8-048) and hope to design and make a bracket for that. With some small weights, (i am using washers) it will replace the smashed and broken "OUT OF BALLS" warning light switch in the middle back of the machine. Unless you guys know where to buy (for extremely cheap) re-manufactured "switches" (white with little metal paper thin contactors) that trigger all the lights. They are straight up oldschool, so i should probably get my act together and design this part.

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    Default Re: 3D Printed Pachinko Parts

    From the pics, looks like a Nisijian Model B, pretty common. And they're talking about the hopper at the top of the machine, not the catcher at the other end.

    And you're probably better off going with the microswitches rather than trying to fix the old leaf switches...

    One tip though. For the "out of balls" switch, you need to switch around how it works.

    From the factory, the arm activates the switch when the balls run out. The issue with this, is even with the lightest microswitch I've been able to get, it hangs up the mechanism. What you have to do is wire the switch for NC (Normally Closed) operation, then set the switch up so that the arm activates the switch while the balls are loaded, and then releases the switch when the balls run out. Works fine this way, I have 2 machines setup like this now.

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    Default Re: 3D Printed Pachinko Parts

    I was looking at making some covers for a few of my machines with the help of my robotics students. I was hoping to get the 3d printer in my classroom roaring making the parts throughout the day. If I continue to have problems with the 3d printer in my classroom I will ask my CTE group to help get things going On the printer.

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    Hey all, I have not had time to post any pictures of the Mizuho I have been working or really make any progress at all. However I have a few free days coming up and I want to move forward. I need to print a lower track cover. Has any one made a model for generic track covers yet? I have not seen one in the threads here so far. If so where can I find it. If not I can model don't want to reinvent the wheel if I don't have to. Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: 3D Printed Pachinko Parts

    We have a 3D printing center where I work which they use to print various things such as bones, eyes, and other various body parts that students can use to learn on. I tried and tried to redraw the Nishijin B Seesaw cover but it's just too difficult for me to get correct. The curves are just weird.

    Well, it turns out we also have a 3D scanner.

    So, here's the original and printed versions of the Seesaw cover:
    top.jpg
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    The material to make them translucent like this is Formlabs Clear Resin.

    I'll post the STL file of the 3D scan when I get it from the printer.

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    Default Re: 3D Printed Pachinko Parts

    Have you checked thingiverse? There's several track covers there.

    Quote Originally Posted by super monkey View Post
    Hey all, I have not had time to post any pictures of the Mizuho I have been working or really make any progress at all. However I have a few free days coming up and I want to move forward. I need to print a lower track cover. Has any one made a model for generic track covers yet? I have not seen one in the threads here so far. If so where can I find it. If not I can model don't want to reinvent the wheel if I don't have to. Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: 3D Printed Pachinko Parts

    Quote Originally Posted by velcrobomb View Post

    So, here's the original and printed versions of the Seesaw cover:

    front.jpg
    Nice!!

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