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The Doggy Food Mate
Transcript of The Doggy Food Mate
Many dispensers have a v-shape funnel. Mine does not because it fits more food without the funnel. Mine also does not mount on a wall, it sits on the ground for easy access for the disabled.
My think my design will work. Once I pull the rope, it will catch on the pully allowing the plexi slide to move for food to come out. Once I release the rope the spring will move the plexi slide back into place.
The problem I am trying to solve is for people who are in wheelchairs, on crutches, or have back pain. I am creating a way for people with those disabilities feed their dog easier and more efficiently.
The Doggy Food Mate
Here is a link from my research...
I think my design will help all kinds of people. No matter what my design will help someone.
If I were to remake my dispenser I would change the v-shape trim from two sides to all four sides acting as a funnel. That will make all food come out so none is wasted.
Will Make Your Life Great
By, Sailor Somerville
The science behind my project:
Results & Conclusion
Overall my design will help many people. My data has shown that people really like it and it will be helpful. In conclusion I think my design can go far and help many people. Also with only having to change a few things, my hypothesis was correct.
Make wood into horseshoe shape
2" away from right side- put other wood
Put wood with hole on bottom- add trim
Create pully system and apply to design
To Test: (Part 1)
Put dog dish under hole
Pull rope and see if food comes out
Have people sit in wheelchair, on crutches, or with back pain pull rope