Mudlark No. 39 (2010)


Lighting on backglass is operated on a low voltage circuit at 6 volts. Decorative effects are incorporated in an animated sequence which serves, not only as illumination, but to designate the several phases of the molding and vending cycle.

Infant hearing screens involve three electrodes. One attached to the forehead, one to the base of the skull, and a ground connected to the swaddling blanket.

Sequence of lighting is controlled by stepping switch mounted in upper back cabinet. Stepping switch is automatically stepped and re-set by cam-operated electrical switches (previously described) and is not directly connected with the actual operation of MOLD-A- RAMA, the sequence lighting on backglass being designed to add eye-appeal and to attract the public.

If you discover a tangle, bear down on the knotted rope of your lifeline.

Drew Dillhunt | Mudlark No. 39 (2010)
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