Step 7: Glue Plastic

For this part of the process glue the 220x 5 onto  the left hand side of the 220x180 the other 220x5 onto the right. as an extra cut out a small semi circle in the top of the 220x5.

do the same again bar cutting the semi circle

then glue the two together. then on the front add the four 120 x 5 at angle so that the coin can roll down.  

Add the 150x5 to the top. then finish of by potting the last 220x180 on top to enclose it all.  
VERY NICE, if you added a relay on the power switch and made the switched (output leg) connect back to the input, you could make it so the coin dropped off of the lever and into a collection box but the radio would continue playing until power was switched off, this could be done using an &quot;off&quot; button on the front, this way it would be a good way of collecting money.<br>the collection box could sit below the radio and have a little padlock on a door on the side.<br>Just an idea<br><br>Great anyway:)
I can see this design to be used to create something along the lines of a 'Alarm clock that you have to put a coin in to turn off' It'd certainly help me save up!
but what if you ran out of change?
Thats when you throw it out the window !
Back in the 30s the landlords of some buildings had something similar but used clocks. In order for the tenants to keep the right time, they had to feed in the coins and then the landlord would come around every now and then to collect.
This is soooo cool!

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