Design and Build a Drink-Serving Robot Using ATMega 8535 and Mini Water Pump
Rancang Bangun Robot Penyaji Minuman Menggunakan ATMega 8535 dan Mini Water Pump
The drinks serving robot is built to serves a drink or a drink mixture. This robot provides 8 types of basic drinks and 8 types of mixed drinks. Users choose the desired drink by pressing the keypad button then ATMega8535 will process user selection then activate stepper motors of x and y axes that carrying the glass. After glass on position of selected drink ingredients then stepper motors will stop, and next step microcontroller will activate mini pump to fill the drink ingredients to the glass. After all ingredients filled into glass then the stepper motors will bring the glass to stirring position. Then a single action cylinder will lower the mixer into the glass, the motor on the end of the cylinder will rotate the mixer so that the drink is mixed. From the testing that has been done, the robot can recognize drinks orders that have been made by users before and able to present the drink correctly with 100% success performance. The average time needed to serve drinks that only consist of one type of ingredientsis 33.28 seconds and for mixed drinks need 37.9 seconds. The robot is also able to do the stirring process for this type of mixed drink well with a performance of 100% success
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