Uses the BeagleBone Black as the control system, a domestic 3D printer (the UP! Plus 2), the Micro-rax frame system, stepper motor controllers with stepper motors, solenoids and a small printer to automate the beer bottle filling process for small breweries.
Target cost of under $4,000 for parts and labour for the prototype, including all the spares and things that go wrong.
This would not be possible without the BeagleBone and it’s huge number of GPIO ports, coupled with simple GPIO software interface.
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