Introduction: 3d Printed Pill Dispenser
From time to time we all take different medicines.
Often we forget to take a pill on time. Pill Dispenser invented for such cases.
I created a universal dispenser that will help you or your family exactly adhere to the instructions of the doctor and take pills in time.
Thanks to 3D printing we have a beautiful and functional device.
Dispenser contains seven cells on the three segments for the daily administration and eighth cell to unallocated drugs. Multi-colored cell will allow you to navigate by day of week.
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Dimensions 160-120-13mm dispenser.
We print all the details of the dispenser.
Putting the middle part and the cell.
The assembled design is inserted into the box.
We place the tablet into cells.
Close the top cover.
The top cover is made of translucent plastic that we could see the number of tablets in the dispenser.
Rotate the cover that would take the pill.
Tilt the dispenser toward the of the tray.
Cells are rotated an appropriate level due to the ratchet housing.
I printed ABS filament. You can print PLA.
You can use the dispenser for taking vitamins or medications that are prescribed by a doctor.
Runner Up in the
3D Printing Contest 2016