#childrenofblubworld - Aditi Arya, Malini Dasgupta and Devika Malhotra

Updated: Oct 19, 2019

Aditi Arya, Malini Dasgupta and Devika Malhotra, three class 11 students from the Cathedral and John Connon School at Fort, Mumbai designed a sanitary napkin dispensing machine using the 3D printing technology.

The project undertaken as part of the ‘3D Printing Course’ was conducted by Curiosity Gym, an organization promoting ‘design thinking’, that helped the girls innovatively approach the problem of many women lacking basic necessities like the sanitary napkins.

It is a simple vending machine with a coil placed vertically in a box and pads go in the middle of it. The coil moves once and the pads are dispensed. The software of 3D modeling app called 123B was used to create this inventive mechanism. Work on making it further easily operable and cost effective is underway.

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