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This is a nice simple cd vending machine.
Why not? These would be great for a library, internet cafe, or anywhere else you might need just 1 blank cd. Its about the size of a gum ball machine...
In my mechanical version (electrical version still in progress) I needed very few things.MaterialsCoin slide in amount of desired cost/cdWoodMachine s...
I started cutting the front piece. I wanted some room for the CD cases could move around a little and not bind up, so I cut the front pieces to be 6 3...
I cut a U shaped piece to to act as the cd shelf that way the cd moving mechanism has room to do its work, but yet it is big enough so that a cd case ...
I cut the side pieces to be 9 3/4 by 14 1/4 and attached very carefully into the front piece using small wood screws. If you're not too careful you wi...
For the grabbing mechanism I used some gasket material that I had laying around. To mount it to the coin slide I used some extra pieces of an erector ...
This was my prototype so I was done, it will get remade and have a lock and probably be metal and tougher and include a security device to keep the cd...
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