Conveyor & Rollercoaster

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glittering-prize67
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Conveyor & Rollercoaster

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Hi all, not been around for a while. Yes, it was me that made the Conveyors and I made a bigger one called Elevator. I also made two small Rollercoasters and a large one in a dark wood cab called Mountain Descent. I've also made quite a few other games Inc Howzat and Jelly Fingers, which were similar to a clown catcher and table top pushers to name a few.
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brigham
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Re: Conveyor and rollercoaster

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I'd like to see your home-builds; can you post some pictures?
I'm still on with a Green-Ray variant, which needs to be finished by April. I'm not good at posting pictures, but I'll 'borrow' someone competent when the time comes.
Have I seen your 'Conveyor', years ago?
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Re: Conveyor and rollercoaster

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Not sure if you seen it or not, I did a lot of work for Darren Hesketh too with his old penny arcade, mainly working models.
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Re: Conveyor and rollercoaster

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Pictures please - sounds interesting.
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Re: Conveyor & Rollercoaster

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Pictures from me or the other guy? I'm thinking of making another Conveyor for myself. I've just made a change machine for my jukebox and it's got me in the mood.
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Re: Conveyor & Rollercoaster

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Here is the change machine I made.been finished about 2 weeks
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brigham
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Re: Conveyor & Rollercoaster

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An INTERNATIONAL change machine, with a different exchange rate for different coin denominations?

Surely a 'first'?
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Re: Conveyor & Rollercoaster

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That’s a brilliant piece of work but you won’t get many takers at that exchange rate :HaHa:
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Re: Conveyor & Rollercoaster

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highfield wrote: Thu Mar 19, 2020 4:18 pm That’s a brilliant piece of work but you won’t get many takers at that exchange rate :HaHa:
That WILL be the exchange rate shortly
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Re: Conveyor & Rollercoaster

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I made this for my jukebox,so you get 3 selections for coins out,it cost £210 for 3 gear wheels I had made for repairing the transfere motors.I like using coins,so I put coin in,then insert the American coins in the jukebox.brill.This was mainly made from old off cuts of wood,but I did buy the motor,gold T molding and dpdt relays
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