Repurposing a Vintage, Midcentury Candy Machine



I rebranded a 1950s Univendor candy machine for a company in California as a “vintage” cigarette dispenser.

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TOOLS & MATERIALS FEATURED IN THIS VIDEO
▶ 3M Half Facepiece Silicone Respirator:
▶ 3M 2091 P100 Particulate Filter:
▶ 3M Virtua CCS Protective Eyewear:
▶ Oracal Oramask 813 Stencil Film:
▶ RTape Clear Choice AT65 Application Tape:
▶ Modern Masters Metal Effects Iron Paint:
▶ Micro-Mark White Water-Slide Decal Paper:
▶ Adafruit Trinket Microcontroller:
▶ LEDwholesalers Warm White LED Light Strip:

OTHER NOTES
▶ My rust activator solution consists of 1 part vinegar, 4 parts hydrogen peroxide, and salt. It works on the Modern Masters Iron Paint or plain steel.

SEE ALSO
▶ Simulating Embossed Metal With Cardstock and Epoxy:
▶ Single-Action Retracting Casters for a Mobile Welding Table:
▶ An Easier Way to Apply LED Strip:
▶ Engraved Metal Badge for a Vintage Vending Machine “Rustoration”:

THANKS TO
▶ Courtney Zalewski and Sean Suhl
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