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Fish Feeder

by leogala Jun 22, 2016
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No part list, sorry. All I can provide is the arduino source files. The motor is the one in the last photo.

Any code to run this thing?

I would love the source code! I am almost done:)

Any list of parts? Thanks for making this!

Just added the top cover, sorry my fault.

Thank you for sharing this mate. I was about to draw a 2D cover for laser cutting machine. Glad to have seen your response just in time before going to our local FabLab :-)

Hi Mate. Do you have the file too for the top cover of the big box?


I would really like a list of the mechanical part to make this work. I would only use this while on vacation as I like to hand feed but this design is really cool. Do you have a list of the parts needed besides the 3d files?

I haven't a list, besides the 3d printed stuff you need the motor (see picture) and an arduino or similar to develop a timer. I did it with an arduino, an LCD, few keys, a mos and a time keeper. If you are familiar with arduino I can send you the source files but are not well documented.

I am not familiar with arduino . Do you know the maker/model of the motor?

Unfortunately I don't know the producer. On the back is written PBT-GF30 if could be useful. I bought it second hand.

Where did you buy it mate?

A local surplus market

How did you program you Arduino?

I develop a circuit with an LCD, keys, an external timer with backup battery providing the clock and I developed the firmware with the standard arduino devopment environment. If you want I can forward you something but is not really ready for being published, you know was just for my personal use :-)

that would be fine. and its just for my personal use in an aquaponic set up. Can you get me pics of the actual pieces and how its all assembled. I can figure most of it out but need some pictures. This will be my first actual physical build with Arduino lol.