the origin of vending machines
It uses a simple pot. . .
The first vending machine was built more than 2000 years ago by a Greek scientist who built the machine after inserting the right coin to distribute holy water.
It uses a simple pan to connect to a lever that opens the valve to let the holy water flow out.
The coin eventually fell off the pan with its own weight and the lever closed the valve.
The first fully automatic vending machine is the UK 1867 patent. 706 -
Stamp vending machine designed by Simeon Denham.
The technical definition of a vending machine is a device that distributes certain products in exchange for cash or credit that remains safe in a locked enclosure.
Some vending machines have glass or glass on the front so you can choose the item you bought.
Others, like stamp vending machines, are completely sealed.
Vending machines are usually placed in public areas with heavy traffic, such as offices, hospitals, leisure and health centers, schools, transportation environments and self-
Today, they offer a convenient solution for the sale and purchase of all types of products.
One of the more special projects was life insurance sold in some airports in the United States in the 1960s.
More modern vending machines are like charging boxes, which can charge phones and iPods when people are moving.
They often appear at airports and international railway stations.
One of the most prolific users of the vending equipment may be Japanese, where you can buy anything from hot meals, toilet paper and even pornography.
There is a vending machine for every 23 Japanese residents!
The first American vending machine was launched in November 2014 in Atlanta.
Car giant Carvana owns this huge vending machine.
With the increasing demand of consumers for more diversified products, vending machines have been greatly developed.
Some people can now accept credit cards and distribute change that increases customer usage.
Research has shown that 50% of customers will not use the vending machine if it only accepts the correct amount.
The latest machine will automatically refund if the product is not properly allocated, which helps to reduce our manual refund and management costs.