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For my Digital Multimedia class final, I created a treat dispenser that is activated by pulling a chain, which starts a servo motor that spins a wheel to ...
Materials you will need:Order Online:Creative Foraging SystemsGeneration II Wheel (Link here) Servo - Generic High Torque Full Rotation, Standard Size (Link here)Purchase at Radio Shack:Arduino UnoStandard wireButtonWire shrink ...
1. Cut two strands of wire around 6in long.2. Solder one of the ends of the wire to the connection points of the button.3. Cover the soldering points ...
Since the servo connector is a female wire connector with three inputs, you will need to construct a male wire connector with three outputs or you can buy ...
1. Connect your Servo ground wire to the ground (GND) on the Arduino board, the power wire to the 5V, and the control wire to pin 7.2. Connect ...
WHEEL 1. Create a drive shaft by epoxying a 5/16in hex lock nut into the center of the wheel. Let the epoxy sit until it's COMPLETELY dry!2. For ...
With some training, your parrot or pet should be able to learn that by pulling the the chain, they will receive treats!
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