“A feeder for pets that pours food on a schedule or on a remote control.
The sleep and feeding schedules of humans and cats differ significantly. To ensure that your furry friend can eat whenever they please, you can create an automatic cat feeder.
This is the first version of the feeder, and it had the following drawbacks:
- Inconvenient food addition to the container
- Ants are attracted to the cat’s bowl
- Food gets stuck during dispensing
Introducing Cat Feeder 2.0
Printing and modeling took several days. In total, about 700 grams of plastic were used for the entire project, but only 300 grams are needed for the final version. This is because nearly every component had to be printed twice to improve the design. PLA natural-colored plastic was used.”