Description:Flip Top medal cash box for street and food venders. cdn.barcodegiant.com/images/models/lg/APG/flip-top.jpg
Looking for a way to lock this to a table, ability to mount on a wall, or temp way to fasten to table.
Don't Wants:Want something that I can give a medal shop or manufacturer. This cash drawer does not have to connect to a pos or register system.
Additional InformationThe actual plastic insert that would go in to hold paper money and change would have to be changed. So the plastic insert that divides the bills should be for 1's ,5's 10' 20' 100's
with only 2 coin holders
Im looking for a very detailed design that can be given to a manufacture for production
flip top should flip opened when key is turned.
also this design should show how would be locked to a table some sort of screw in mechanism so the box can be locked to a table and removed
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