When in use the user can align the cavity with spices with the hole in the plate, the channel through which the product falls to reach the dispensing mechanism, and finally, the hole in the bottom of the shell of the entire dispenser. The dispensing mechanism is circular, and turns side to side as opposed to clockwise in operation. This motion decreases the number of bearings needed from 2 to 1, from Design 1 as well.
These two variations, the rotary and disk designs, of the rotating part that will catch the spice in its pockets from the spice bottle and move it to the user were made and tested for ⅜’’ inner diameter bearings.
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