Automatic Fish Feeder


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Alex Blechta is a young and enthusiastic graphic designer and photographer. Starting from such a ...

I will show you how to make an Automatic fish feeder so you won't have to feed you fish ever again.

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Step 1: Materials

  1. Film canister
  2. L bracket
  3. Time movement (from cheap analog clocks)
  4. 8.5 by 13 piece of wood (thin)
  5. 2 screws
  6. bolt
  7. nut
  8. small piece of thin plastic 
Tools
  1. Hot glue gun
  2. screw driver
  3. drill

Step 2: Put It Together

It's pretty easy to make. But if you have any questions please comment. 

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    dshavr

    3 years ago

    i used the similar mechanism in the past, but used a timer-outlet from ikea with the turning timing wheel instead of clocks (see the picture). As a bonus i had a timer-controlled outlet for air pump. But it was not pocket-sized ;) It was not invented by me, it has an author in internet.

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    Blechmenilpug

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Haha thanks a lot it's so much smaller than the other ones on the web lol and don't forget to vote on the Pocket sized contest

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    ilpugBlechmen

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Oh yeah, I voted. Best of luck! (although i wouldn't mind winning myself :P)