Kyocera Shop Sink 3530 (SS3530)

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Every work shop needs to keep up with the times and we here (not) at Kyocera are innovating your hand washing solutions.

Kyocera Shop Sink 3530 (SS3530)
• Switch Control and Warm Up Alert
• Adjustable Temperature and Display
• Lighted Hand Washing Basin
• Dry Towel Warmer Tray

  • 1 × Arduino Uno
  • 1 × TIP120 Discrete Semiconductors / Power Transistors and MOSFETs
  • 1 × Kyocera Copier
  • 1 × Solenoid Valve

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    Vije Miller04/16/2016 at 17:30 0 comments

    I had limited time to complete this and then trash it due to the work shop conditions of I best not occupying the space that when completed and ready for filming, the solenoid clearly obtained debris in the valve and rather than dismantle the entire setup in order to clear it, I settled for the less than impressive flow which to this day utterly annoys me. Initial testing before the debris and the flow was no different than a sink WHICH was he same solenoid used on the touchless sink on the Grey Water project. Memories are scars...wounds...

  • Album Rehash 107/076

    Vije Miller04/16/2016 at 17:24 0 comments

    Found a few un-posted mentionables from this build. Found it imperative to note with the .gif how the operation of the sink, um, operated.

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Adam Fabio wrote 09/30/2014 at 05:32 point
This is freaking awesome - finally a use for old/broken copiers! I saw that last shot of the sink in the dumpster - why did you end up trashing this hack?

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Vije Miller wrote 10/06/2014 at 19:19 point
I borrow my work space from a generous friend and 99% of any thing I piece together ends up in the dumpster or broken down and built in to some thing else. Po' people hackin'.

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sbi.gaijin wrote 09/29/2014 at 03:50 point
Lol! We need a "Give a :-)" button as well as the give-a-skull.
Nice one, squirrel!

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Stryker295 wrote 09/28/2014 at 23:21 point
Considering all the extreme crap phones Kyocera has put out, I was definitely caught off-gaurd by this. Clever.

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