Anyone try a diy frozen feeder?

Discussion in 'DIY' started by tygunn, Dec 30, 2015.

  1. rygh

    rygh Supporting Member

    I was thinking copper due to thermal conductivity, but yes, stainless would be much better.
     
  2. Coral reefer

    Coral reefer President

    I want one! Let's do a kick starter
     
  3. gaberosenfield

    gaberosenfield Juvenile Chromis over an Acro in the Red Sea

  4. tygunn

    tygunn Webmaster

    Yes true. I hadn't thought of using metal to help keep the food cool. Even my "carousel bin" concept would benefit from a metal bottom plate to keep things cool. It seems 316 stainless is hard to machine (for an amateur) so with my design I could just have a stainless plate that the carousel turns on top of.

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  5. tygunn

    tygunn Webmaster

    Ha-ha you give me far too much credit.

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  6. tygunn

    tygunn Webmaster

    This is true. I've used a pc fan with magnets glued to it to drive a magnetic stir bar and it works well. Though a purpose built device would be more reliable.

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