How do I make a coin pusher?


The first step in making a coin pusher is to make the base by screwing the bits of balsa wood together to make the shape of the coin pusher. Then, mount the servo, put a switch in it and pass the cable trough the back part. Next, put a screw in the free moving part and a piece of wood in the servo with double faced tape and finally put a piece of flat plastic in the part where you drop the coins and you have your coin pusher.
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