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Support struts Attached to the main body
Full assembly. Rendered using Photoview 360
Laser cut layered plywood glued together to make basic shapes
Support jig designed for use on an automated milling machine to avoid cracking in the main chamber.
A working prototype using an Arduino R3. This led to development of the main body and food chute.
Basic structure developed using multiple layers of 4mm Plywood and acrylic tubing
Removable connection caps
Main Body parts sprayed with primer ready for final paint finishes
Completed first stage prototype model
Second stage prototype model for New Designers 2015
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Automated Small Animal Feeder

Automated small animal feeder designed for final year major project while at the University of Derby.
The main feeding device is driven using a stepper motor to rotate the food chambers every 24 hours. Each chamber would contain one days food, meaning that food will be regulated, which then reduces the risk of over feeding.
The device can either be free standing of attached onto the outside of animals cage, which then acts as and extra living pod.

Aaron Forrester
Student Derby, United Kingdom