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Ok, time to make a fan, you may do it for whatever you desier. the parts you may need are

The most powerful motor you can get....Well...Within fan limits of course....(and fan limits arnt car motors, those big giant blow-you-away fan motors eather....You get what i'm saying.)

A barrey(Battery)

A switch. three termanals for soldoring

A small box, i used one of them raideo shack boxes

A battery holder.

A fan blade, or supplies to make a fan blade.


The end result is the picture :D

Not bad for a 13 year old Nerd with a mohawk, eh?


Step 1: Drill Holes.

One hole in the front, for the motor fan blade to stick out

one for the on/off switch

Wereever you want for the on/of switch


Step 2: Place Everything.

NO pictures for this one, because i dont want to ruin my fan
But you place the switch the way its suppose to go, and you put the motor bit through the hole oh, and glue the motor to the hole (Not the place were the blade goes, but around the bit, so the bit can stick through the hole

Step 3: Put the Blade On

The reason i put this step this far in, is because....

You gotta put the blade on with the motor in XD And no pixx for this eather. sorry, just add the blade with glue or wedge, witchever the blade can do

Step 4: Wire!

Wireing is simple. heres the diagram (I'm so nice that i dont make you look it up, rigght? :D)

And put the posative wire from the switch and the negative wire in the right place, you'll know where the right places is from the way the blade spins, if it blows air its right, if it blows air back, its wrong
Dude. I appreciate the instructable, but please take the time to correct your spelling. It's atrocious.
To quote Andrew Jackson, "It is a damn poor mind that cannot think of more than one way to spell a word." More power to ya Zayk.
Sorry. I poisoned the whole spelling bee at school...Just by spelling a word >.<
No worries, but it is something that everyone should work on. After all, it doesn't take any longer to spell a word correctly!
There are these miraculous things called "spell check" - they're all over the internet, usually free to use, and always getting better and better at helping uneducated people spell complicated words such as 'desire' or 'terminals'; even slightly harder words such as 'battery' or 'soldering'...
I know a kid who spelled "shoe" wrong in the first round if fifth grade. I, on the other hand, spelled "gaudy" right. (I actually thought it was spelled "goddy", but I had a terrible fear of being in front of people and tried to get it wrong. I fail at failing.)

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