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Published on Dec 5, 2010
My robot that took part in the roboexotica cocktail robotics festival 2010 in Vienna/Austria. It has three self-designed peristaltic pumps that are CNCed using the mill at the hackerspace metalab in Vienna. Also, some lasercutter was involved.. So basically, each liquid, Kahlua, Baileys, Cointreau are pumped by one pump. The upper platforms is controlled by a servo in a way that the outlets of the silicone hoses are exactly above the surface level of the liquid in the glass, leading to minimal turbulence and mixing. Result: a neatly layered B52. The idea was inspired by a roboxotica ~ 2004, but only now I had the machinery to create it. After a week of starting to build it, I found that there is already a machine that works similarly : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcxBLU... A bit of a downturn, after all the work, but still, was nice to build it.. Took three weeks to get it up and running, and further improvements are necessary to make it fully automatized. Some build history is available @ http://bernhardkubicek.soup.io/ Original is filmed by Matt Pinner in 3D (thanks!)