The RTE team has been asked by the Department of Transport to share a handy machine tool vending machines (M&Ms) vending machine.
These vending machines allow users to insert a card to pay for items such as toilet paper, fruit juice, coffee and tea, and are very popular in Cork.
In the video below, RTE’s Dave O’Leary explains how you can use the tool to create a vending machine with a variety of options including a variety on the right hand side and an option on the left.
The tool has a number of features that are useful for anyone looking to create their own vending machine or a tool vending shop.
There are four different options available.
There is a tool on the top of the machine, for inserting a card into the machine to pay and then a tool underneath the machine.
The tool can be used to select the items to be sold, for example for toilet paper.
The other options on the tool are on the bottom and above the machine itself, for filling up the machine with items and for adding cash to the machine by tapping a button on the front of the tool.
The final option is a switch that allows users to switch the tool between vending machines.
It’s a neat little tool that has a variety available, including an option to switch to a manual vending machine and a option to go to a vending machines manual vending.
The video below shows a quick walkthrough of how to create the tool and to add a card.
It shows how you insert the card and what to do with it and how to fill up the tool with a range of items.
The next video in the series is on the use of the button to add cash to a machine and the ability to add to the tool itself.
The video shows how the buttons on the machine can be turned on and off and the process of adding a cash to it.
It’s all about the tools, not the cardsThe last video in our series shows how to put cash into a machine, using the buttons to add cards.
There’s a bit of explanation in there, but if you watch it again you’ll see that the tools can be disabled or enabled.
The last thing to mention in the video is how to add coins to the machines tool.
If you want to get a closer look at the tools and how they work you can check out our guide to buying tools and accessories.
The RTE staff will be taking submissions for a feature film on machine tooling in Cork for the second half of next year.
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