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Automatic Maoam candy dispenser with servo - Arduino controlled

by Funduino_de, published

Automatic Maoam candy dispenser with servo - Arduino controlled by Funduino_de Jul 2, 2017

Educational Thing

Summary

This is a automatic candy dispenser as possible for MAOAM.

1) Print the dispenser and the gear
2) Put the gear on a SG90 servo and fix it with the screws inside of the SG90 package.
3) Fix the servo with two screws on the dispenser (also inside of the SG90 package)
4) Connect the servo to anny Arduino microcontroller (or a clone like Funduino) and write a sketch to controll the servo. The servo can be activated by a pressed button or by a hand that approachs a distance sensor for example.

Now if the servo gets activated, the dispenser throws out a candy.

Upgrade:
You can print a plate for the bottom and the top to create a bigger dispenser with a pipe between the plates, that can be combines with LED lights an so on (pictures!)

Dies ist ein automatischer Süßigkeiten-Dispenser wie möglich für MAOAM.
1) Drucken Sie den Spender, das Zahnrad und die Zahnstange aus
2) Befestigen Sie das Zahnrad mit einer Schraube am SG90 Servo (Im SG90-Paket enthalten)
3) Befestigen Sie das Servo mit zwei Schrauben am Spender (Auch im SG90-Paket enthalten)

4) Verbinden Sie den Servo mit dem Funduino-Mikrocontroller und schreiben Sie einen Sketch, um das Servo zu steuern. Das Servo kann beispielsweise durch einen gedrückten Knopf oder durch eine Hand aktiviert werden, die sich einem Distanzsensor nähert.

Wenn das Servo aktiviert wird, wirft der Spender eine Süßigkeit aus.

Aktualisierung:
Sie können eine Platte für die Unterseite und die Oberseite eines Rohrstückes drucken, um einen größeren Spender zu schaffen, der mit LED-Lichtern kombiniert werden kann.

SG90 servos und Mikrocontroller haben wir hier gefunden:
www.funduinoshop.com

Das Filament ist von:
www.filamentplatz.de

Print Settings

Rafts:

Yes

Supports:

Yes

Infill:

20%

Post-Printing

Standards

Overview and Background

Combine 3d-printing with simple electronics and microcontrolling

This project combines 3d-printing with simple electronics and microcontrolling.

Its a good idea to teach the pupils in a easy way to construct a functional model of a dispenser.

Very usefull in lessons of beginning with Arduino microcontrolling.

Lesson Plan and Activity

Ho to produce a automatic candy dispenser for MAOAM.

1) Print the dispenser and the gear
2) Put the gear on a SG90 servo and fix it with the screws inside of the SG90 package.
3) Fix the servo with two screws on the dispenser (also inside of the SG90 package)
4) Connect the servo to anny Arduino microcontroller (or a clone like Funduino) and write a sketch to controll the servo. The servo can be activated by a pressed button or by a hand that approachs a distance sensor for example.

Now if the servo gets activated, the dispenser throws out a candy.

Upgrade:
You can print a plate for the bottom and the top to create a bigger dispenser with a pipe between the plates, that can be combines with LED lights an so on (pictures!)

Materials Needed

Requirements

Filament:
Simple PLA is OK. Our model was printed with filament from www.filamentplatz.de

Electronics:
1x Arduino microcontroller
1x SG90 Servo

(we used it from www.funduinoshop.com)

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