I brought the bot to the Chimera Open House and was able to serve a bunch of happy people White Russians, Mudslides, and Irish Russians (and variants on those). I served a whole bottle of Bailey’s, and of Kahlua. I used the modified Bartendro software, and aside from a little off by one error, everything […]
Added four panels or plates to mount 4, 7, or 8 peristaltic pumps. The designs in SVG and DXF are now live on github. If you have an existing bot, or you want to mount the pumps for a bot in a custom place you can use one of these designs or use it as […]
The basic box is now on github Laser cut from 6 mm (1/4″) material. Use 24 M3-12mm screws and nuts to fasten the case together. This is a basic box with openings cut for four peristaltic pumps, mounting holes for a Raspberry Pi, and holes for the a monitor cable, 12 volt power cable, and […]
(this is a draft, please write with corrections or suggestions) Cocktail robotics can be about more than ‘robots which serve cocktails.’ The Roboexotica model is that it serves as ‘an index for the integration of technological innovations into the human Lebenswelt’ and “radical hedonism in man-machine communication”. There are a lot of fun ‘cocktail robots’ which […]
The Adafruit motor controller hat can control two stepper motors, or control forward and reverse on four dc motors, such as the peristaltic pumps in Hello Drinkbot. But we don’t normally need forward and reverse, so we can take advantage of that fact to control eight peristaltic pumps with a HAT which can normally control […]
The Facebook page is here. The github page with source code and instructions is here.
Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing! The default Word Press post is appropriate since the point of Hello Drinkbot! is to provide a short path to the ‘hello world’ of cocktail robotics. We have a Facebook group, and a Github repository dedicated to promoting the fun of […]