Have you ever woken up in the morning to your annoying alarm and then walked all the way to the kitchen just to go through the effort of pouring your on drink. Well look no further! This instructable will teach you how to make a machine that can not only tell you the temperature, it will also pour you a drink just like one of those soda machines you see in fast food restaurants!
This machine consists of several parts that are comparable with an Arduino and this project does require you to have an LED screen as well as some spare cardboard. As long as you have these, you'll be able to make your own morning machine!
It is important that you first determine how you are going to lay each of the components and in what shape you will lay them in before starting to make theChina Optical Vacuum Coating Machine Manufacturers machine. I first started this project by designing what the machine would look like on the inside and the outside.
As shown in the first image, it is evident that I wanted the machine to have a similar structure to that of a house. The battery would be placed vertically to save space and the Arduino would lay on top of it. The pressure pad will be stuck to the wall of the cardboard on the right side with one of the tubes sticking from the top to pour the drink from and the pump will be placed next to the battery. The left side will be covered so that it has a better appearance to the viewer.
The second image shows the side view of the machine. As evident, the bottle of the drink of the consumer's choice will be placed at the back of the machine with a tub that will extend into the drink. This tube will suck the drink and carry it towards the other side of the machine to dispense it into the consumer's cup as the pressure pad is pushed.
The third image shows what the machine will look like finally with the LCD placed on the roof that will display "GOOD MORNING" and the temperature China Hard film vacuum coating machine Manufacturersusing a temperature sensor that will be placed inside the roof.
The first thing I did was to get the pump working with a 12 volt battery. After getting it working, I used the design I had made to place this where I had planned to place it in the machine. I then inserted the battery and placed the Arduino above the battery as I said I would in my design. I was able to do all of this with the use of duct tape and hot glue. Just looking at the image, it is very easy to see that the wires are not organised at all, however, in the next picture, there is a door that closes and covers the wires, battery, Arduino and pump making only the pressure sensor visible.
After inserting the pump, I then taped the pressure sensor carefully to the wall of the box so that the user can use a cup to press against it and get their drink poured out from the tube above.
You will also see two diagrams showing how to connect the wires for the water pump and the pressure pad. PLEASE DO NOT COPY THOSE DIAGRAMS AS THE CODE PROVIDED IS NOT CORRELATED TO THAT.
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