How We Finished Building Our Crazy ATM

You can find part 1 here: frproject.info/it/video/onino6vG35iZn2U
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A HUGE thanks to everyone else that helped us with this project:
- Derek, Don, and the rest of Matt's shopmates for tolerating us for way longer than they thought they'd have to
- Nate and Public glass for helping us cut glass and receiving all our last minute amazon shipments
- Beau and Circuit Launch for last minute PCB milling
- Patrick for sound engineering, advice, bandwidth and invaluable support
- Idan for taking apart an atm in a very sketchy convenience store and shipping me the parts
- Ben for tons of logistics support and camera operation for hours at time
- Kevin for doing the vast majority of the editing - aurxm
- Joe for camera work on the finale
- Everyone in the ATM industry that's answered weird questions and tracked down very hard to find parts for us.
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  • Very cool!

    Joshua ArnettJoshua ArnettIl y a 10 heures
  • So i watched these videos several days ago and today I'm on Facebook market place and found the exact same ATM for $300 working

    Trey LopezTrey LopezIl y a jour
    • It’s probably not EMV upgraded. The EMV upgraded ones are much more expensive. That it it was a crazy good deal.

      Strange PartsStrange PartsIl y a jour
  • Tip: Different keyed connectors on different voltages.

    Jan GirkeJan GirkeIl y a jour
  • I can make that in 24 hours

    BxbbyBxbbyIl y a jour
  • I feel like I want to put 10👍🏾

    Akram HamzarAkram HamzarIl y a 2 jours
  • This ATM have to be in every casino

    Niklas TerhorstNiklas TerhorstIl y a 3 jours
  • I wonder why cant you guys use $1 coins?

    jackand100 othersjackand100 othersIl y a 3 jours
  • The slot machine atm will be good for arcade that still use coins

    HarrysDog malaysiaHarrysDog malaysiaIl y a 3 jours
  • He said the s word at 13:37

    ArthurthebraveArthurthebraveIl y a 3 jours
  • It is really easily to understand intuitive how this machine works. I wonder how you are able to transfer all circuit diagrams by thought transference 😜 Can you shortly and exactly describe the way of electrons while using the ATM?

    Ossian HaufeOssian HaufeIl y a 4 jours
  • when you think about it its weird that ATMs like this dont already exsist for places with gambling

    JKwakJKwakIl y a 4 jours
  • great now real casino know its possible to add a credit card reader/atm right into there machines

    SlumpdogSlumpdogIl y a 4 jours
  • do you still live in china or do you live in usa?

    The Littel PresidentThe Littel PresidentIl y a 4 jours
  • you mean to tell me you didnt even try to brute-force the keypad password? That could probably be a whole other video itself.

    GrabblerGrabblerIl y a 4 jours
  • so is the money someone spends is transferred to your account then?

    Tom KerrTom KerrIl y a 5 jours
  • thats fuckin sweet hard work always pays off...

    RedNeck GarageRedNeck GarageIl y a 5 jours
  • wait... if you're going to defcon just challenge the people there to get you the master password. or to crack it and change the master.

    ViolateViolateIl y a 5 jours
  • Every arcade and casino needs this, just make one that holds more coins and it be a even bigger winner

    Deon HamiltonDeon HamiltonIl y a 5 jours
  • "Huge load off the chest" That dude looks like he wants another dude to shoot a load on his chest

    Mike BMike BIl y a 5 jours
  • It's really cool! But I have question - does coin dispenser send something like "low amount of coins" error to ATM system, and transaction will not be proceed if there is not enough coins in your machine?

    Anon FexAnon FexIl y a 5 jours
  • Would be funny if it will give you just a random amount of money from your account 😂

    KaiSauKaiSauIl y a 6 jours
  • The magic blue smoke is every tinkering humans worst fear.

    EainEainIl y a 6 jours
  • Absolute MadLads, Scotty never fails to impress, I love how he came from drilling a hole in an iPhone to now driving Steppers and ATM mechanisms using Arudinos. Love this channel.

    Eraj TobEraj TobIl y a 7 jours
  • How are you guys getting all of these illegal non-line-of-sight drone recordings high over san francisco?

    Graham CantinGraham CantinIl y a 7 jours
    • @Strange Parts Seriously?? I can't even see the next building over in san francisco, how the heck are you guys doing it ;_; I'm down in campbell and assholes keep calling the FAA hotline, I'd love to be able to capture footage like you. Edit: Think I figured it out -- SF's a lot harder to get around and you guys probably have some kind of rooftop access to get LOS from. Sorry if it sounded like I was being accusing, it's just frustrating to spend so much on a drone, learn the laws, and you see stuff that looks like somebody's getting away with something you can't. "Why can't this be easier?" indeed. Cause there's always some jerk that ruins the fun for everyone -- like the card skimmers pinpad overlays that force these ATM pinpads to have high security. Good luck, best wishes with the next projects. Y'ever need a linux guy in the bay area, look me (Kamilion) up.

      Graham CantinGraham CantinIl y a 5 jours
    • This was all line of sight.

      Strange PartsStrange PartsIl y a 5 jours
  • Take this to defcon

    MakararyuuMakararyuuIl y a 7 jours
  • Oh man... So this was quite an expensive roller coaster ride huh?! :D Glad you got it running. And now, don't get me wrong, I don't wanna say that after all your hard work there is something wrong with it. But the wheel at the right wasn't perfectly aligned in the video. I figure maybe the stepper motor lost a step or wasn't homed correctly. So it may have been a one time thing. But if wheel is actually not aligned correctly you may wanna fix that (without breaking the ATM!).

    Phino K.M.Phino K.M.Il y a 7 jours
  • So how much was spent on this project?

    DanDanIl y a 8 jours
  • what if you used it as an entertaining card/cash to coin/token converter for an arcade?

    Ross MorellaRoss MorellaIl y a 8 jours
  • Determination brought you guys to the top on this crazy project. Good work!

    VorchipVorchipIl y a 8 jours
  • When you were testing it and pulling money out, was it actually coming out of your account? So you were giving yourself your own money? And being charged for it? I guess you have to test it somehow though LOL.

    three6ohchristhree6ohchrisIl y a 8 jours
    • Nevermind! I should have just watched your more recent episode first before asking, haha

      three6ohchristhree6ohchrisIl y a 8 jours
  • make it a lightning network ATM and bring it to bitcoin 2020 :)

    ketominerketominerIl y a 8 jours
  • This is pretty cool! But I don't get one thing, how does one can get their own ducktaped atm to be registered and online on banking network? I thought that would be pretty impossible unles you are certified banking technician and your atm is not custom modded and so on..

    Kei _Kei _Il y a 9 jours
  • 🎰 *Okay... I suppose? But, what happens right after all of those giveaway💰coins have been, well... given😲away?!!* 🎰

    Earth Science OfficialEarth Science OfficialIl y a 9 jours
  • 🎰 *Okay... I suppose? But, what happens right after all of those giveaway💰coins have been, well... given😲away?!!* 🎰

    Earth Science OfficialEarth Science OfficialIl y a 9 jours
  • 🎰 *Okay... I suppose? But, what happens right after all of those giveaway💰coins have been, well... given😲away?!!* 🎰

    Earth Science OfficialEarth Science OfficialIl y a 9 jours
  • Does anybody else want to know what happens to the money they withdrew from their bank accounts when they didn't have any cash to dispense?

    Louis StubboloLouis StubboloIl y a 9 jours
  • This is an awesome project! I design custom PCBs (not perfboard) for fun and I would love to tackle a project like this! A liget PCB would take up a bit less space since everything can be integrated and tends to be more robust. The only thing I would add (other than a change maker which you did in another video) is simply add a load cell (scale) under the quarter hopper so the processor will know by weight how many coins are available for use and take itself offline if it thinks there isn't enough capital in the machine to complete a transaction. I think it would be better if you made it so you could withdraw and win in $1 increments which would make use of the 10% transaction fee. Awesome video! Awesome idea!

    Stephen LeMayStephen LeMayIl y a 9 jours
  • No ATMs were harmed in the making of this video..... Would be a lie *lol*

    MultiTomtom23MultiTomtom23Il y a 9 jours
  • So if Scotty used his bank card, and the money came out of the bank, does he have to repay himself because he loaded the machine?

    Paul McPhersonPaul McPhersonIl y a 9 jours
    • Not sure what you're asking, but here's a full explanation: Let's say he withdraws $20. The fee is $2, so his account will be debited $22. Then that money, minus a small slice of the service fee (let's say $0.10), is transferred to the account of the ATM operator. If that's the same account, then it ends up receiving two transactions: a debit of $22.00 followed by a credit of $21.90, so he would have only lost the $0.10 charged by the payment processor. The ATM operator owns the cash inside the machine, so dispensing it from the operator to the operator doesn't change ownership of the money (again, less the small slice for the payment processor).

      Rainbow HyphenRainbow HyphenIl y a 6 jours
  • I'm sorry but your city looks depressing. You guys are probably used to it. I live on a farm in Canada with 10,000 acres most of it is trees

    Lizzy The Bearded DragonLizzy The Bearded DragonIl y a 9 jours