Your location information is missing from your forum profile. I can make recommendation to a simple accelerometer but the shipping will be expensive if you are not on my part of the world.
I think the biggest destructive force is that a motorcycle leans in turns. This would essentially lift the pizza up (assuming the box is affixed to the bike), which reduces the friction and the pizza will basically continue trying to stay in place while the box is moving. For most other movements of the bike, the friction of the pizza is likely enough to keep it moving along with the box. The little plastic spacer they put in the middle of the pizza would help a little with keeping the pizza from lifting.
QuoteTHe pizzas will be in a box, which will be in those insulated delivery bags, which will be in a plastic luggage box, which will be connected to a luggage rack on the back of a bike. We all love theory, but have you actually just tried it on the bike to see what would happen?Maybe there's no problem.
THe pizzas will be in a box, which will be in those insulated delivery bags, which will be in a plastic luggage box, which will be connected to a luggage rack on the back of a bike.
I just tend to try to stick to the KISS principle and this forum heading did mention "advice on feasibility."Good luck, OP. It does sound like fun.
You can tell me how dumb you think the idea is later.
Getting butt-hurt on a forum is a sure-fire way to stop people from trying to help as you just come across as stubborn and argumentative when you do that.
One who posts on an arduino forum would expect help with arduinos. Not a bunch of people saying dont bother.
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