Arduino Dehydrator

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Dehydrator project using Arduino for creating custom dehydrators. Circuit Playground Express is the newest and best Circuit Playground board, with support for CircuitPython, MakeCode, and Arduino. It has a powerful processor, 10 NeoPixels, mini speaker, InfraRed receive and transmit, two buttons, a switch, 14 alligator clip pads, and lots of sensors: capacitive touch, IR proximity, temperature, light, motion.

ElBanquos Kitchen Timer - having 4 channels to keep track of multiple countdowns during food preparation. Easy to operate with 2 fingers.

Food

One Kitchen Timer To Cook It All

Project showcase by mattywausb

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Arduino dehydrator machine

A smart dehydrator that uses Home Skill API and low cost arduino to produce better dehydrated foods with less effort.

Smart Dehydrator Cooking Appliance - Alexa Ready

Project tutorial by Manuel Alejandro Iglesias Abbatemarco

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Use an Arduino MKR WiFi 1010 to build a network attached kitchen device.... from a 35-year-old coffeemaker and cook Ramen noodles with it!

Arduino Dehydrator Reviews

Upcycled IoT Coffee Pot Ramen Maker with Arduino MKR WiFi

Project showcase by Clemens Mayer

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Hungry for waffles but tired of making them? The waffle robot can do all the hard work for you with the press of a button.

Waffle Robot

Arduino Dehydrator Machine

Project showcase by kevingim and RuthAnn

Arduino Food Dehydrator

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Arduino Dehydrator

These 'Appalachian-type' dryers were all the rage back in the 80's. But they are hard to build and don't work as well as the electric box dryers they were meant to replace. They put multiple trays of wet food in a small space and hope for enough warm air to circulate in order to dry everything uniformly. Having tried this design and many others back in the mid-80's my partner Larisa Walk and I came up with a somewhat less intuitive radiant-heating design that doesn't fight physics and can be built from simpler, cheaper, and recycled materials, leaving more $$ left over to buy some truly food-safe, easy to clean, hyper-long-lasting stainless steel screens. You can see the design here:

http://www.geopathfinder.com/Solar-Food-Drying.html