Introduction: Cardboard Hydrofoil Boat

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You will need

Cardboard

styrofoam

plastic

two rotating motors [ remote control plane ]

A remote.

Tape/Glue

Step 1: Make the Body.

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Use the sketch to make four layers of cardboard. Each layer needs to be shorted by 1cm.

Step 2: Putting the Body Together

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Put hot glue or super glue onto each layer then place of each other longest and shortest at the top.

Step 3: Waterproof It.

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Layer the cardboard with waterproofing paint. [ any waterproofing paint will work.]

Step 4: Add the Hydrofoil

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Bend and cut a piece of plastic to fit according to the bottom center of the boat. Then, tape or glue it down into place.

Step 5: Place for the Propeller.

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You will need to cut out a 10-inch long 1-inch thick piece of styrofoam. Then, glue/tape it onto the center of the top of the boat.

Step 6: The Propellers.

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Place the propellers on both ends of the styrofoam. tape them both into place, make sure that the propellers have enough room to spin. The motherboard can be taped/glued onto the center of the styrofoam also.

Step 7: Battery

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You will need this battery if you are using the motors that we used.

Comments

PospaPunk (author)2017-05-08

Which propellers and motors do you use? Can you provide more details and links?

Swansong (author)2017-05-08

Thanks for sharing :)

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