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(18+ category) I'm 40 years old and I've constructed (with some help from my daughters!) this vibrobot (for those who do not know how they work, vibrobots shake ...
Nail brush 9V motor (lower voltage motors could work too) 9V battery (rechargeable recommended) 9v battery clip Crocodile clip Piece of wire (any color. I got mine cutting ...
Soldering iron Solder wire Wire clipper Hot glue gun Glue bar
Solder the wire to one of the switch's legs. If they have holes, you can thread and twist the wire, but keep in mind that the vibration may ...
Solder the red wire of the battery clip to the other leg of the switch (again, you could twist it if the leg has a hole, but it's better to give ...
Solder to the motor the free wires from the battery clip and the switch (does not matter which goes where).
Attach the batery to the battery clip.
Glue the motor and the battery to the top of the brush. Make sure the extreme of the motor´s shaft extends well beyond the edge of the brush.
Glue the switch to the brush.
Attach the crocodile clip to the motor shaft adding glue on and between its teeth (this is to avoid the clip from being ejected due to the vibration of ...
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