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Smart Bartender

Why spend lots of money going out for drinks when you can have your own smart personal bartender at your service right in your home?!

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Smart Bartender

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
Raspberry Pi 3 Model B
×1
Momentary Push Button Switch
×2
PVC Project Board
×2
8 Channel Relay
×1
12V Switching Power Supply
×1
Power Cable
×1
5V Regulator
×1
Power Distribution Board
×1
Peristaltic Pump
×6
Food Grade Silicone Tubing 2mm Inner Diameter
×1
LED Strip
×1
Kitchen Funnel
×1
Red Pepper Hat
×3
OLED Display
×1
1N4007 Diode
×6
Jumper wires (generic)
Jumper wires (generic)
×1
3mm Outdoor Mounting Tape
×1
Wood Screws
×1
M2.5 Screws
×4

Hand tools and fabrication machines

Hand Drill
Box Cutter
Wood Saw
Soldering iron (generic)
Soldering iron (generic)

Story

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Custom parts and enclosures

Drink Manifold

This manifold can be used to route the tubes from the drink pumps to the funnel.

Funnel Holder - Half

Print two of these and bond them together to create the holder for the drink funnel.

Cupholder

A cupholder to place in the center of the bartender platform to set your glass on.

Cupholder, No Logo

A cupholder to place in the center of the bartender platform to set your glass on.

Cupholder Stub

Stubs to glue onto the bottom of the cupholder for attachment to the platform.

Pump Standoff

Use this standoff to attach the pumps onto the back of the bartender while raising it off the surface of the bartender to allow the tubes to bend out of the way.

Wire Bushing

Bushings to put into the cable feed-through holes on the back of the bartender to cover up the opening better.

Screen Border

A border for the OLED screen to frame the screen nicely.

Schematics

Circuit Diagram

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Fritzing

Code

Code

Credits

Hacker Shack

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