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In this instructable, i will show you how to make a fan for your desk out of things you might have aroung your house.
You will need: Computer fans Hot glue gun Hot glue Solder Soldering iron Solder Toggle switch ( see picture ) Posicle sticks DC adaptor Wire Resistors and LED ...
Start by making a design for the fans to sit on, then glue it together.
Now glue 3 fans on the bottom.
Now gluse popsicle sticks over the fans.
Now gluse fans on top, try to make a pyramid form, i would have but i ran out of fans.
Now glue the switch somewhere convenient.
Now solder the positive wire from the converter to the middle of the switch.
Now solder all of the negative wires ( from the power supply and fans ) together. Then solder all of the fan wires to the bottom odf the ...
Now solder the resistors in parallel, then solder a wire to each end.
Now solder the positive lead to one wire from the resistors, and the other wire from the resistors to the last connection of the switch. Also solder the ...
Now glue the LED to somewhere visible, and secure the wires out of the way however you see fit.
Careful! Before you test this device, mind your fingers! The fans will sping extremely fast, i foun out the hard way! They will chop up your finger like ...
This is a video of the fan.
There are several modifications you can meke, such as number of fans, size, led and switch. BUT! You may want to add some weight at the base, when ...
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