Desktop Water Fountain

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Introduction: Desktop Water Fountain

Make It Move Contest 2017

Runner Up in the
Make It Move Contest 2017

Hello Guys this time. I thought if could bring a desktop project. So here it is A DESKTOP WATER FOUNTAIN!.

There are only some easy steps to make it lets do it!

Step 1: Things You Need :-

Here are the things you will need in this project.

  1. Oxygen Pipe (About 6 cm).
  2. A mini electric Water Pump.
  3. Two Plastic Containers(One larger and one smaller).
  4. 9v Battery.
  5. 9v Battery Holder.
  6. A LED Strip( I use Blue Colour)
  7. A switch.
  8. Hot Glue gun.
  9. Paper cutter.

Step 2: Cut the Pipe

Now the first step is to cut the oxygen pipe using a paper cutter as shown in the figure.And bend it.

Step 3: Now Glue It!

Now you want to hot glue the bend cutted part as shown in the figure.

Step 4: Make Holes!

Now make holes as shown in the figure.

Step 5: Keep the Way!

Now keep the way as shown in the figure. And hot glue as shown.

Step 6: Connect + Hot Glue

Now its time to connect the water pump. Connect it as shown and hot glue it as shown.

Step 7: Again Holes!

Now again make holes in the lid of the plastic container and the middle of the container as shown.

Step 8: Simple Schematic and Done!

Now observe the simple schematic carefully make connections to the LED Strip.And add water you can always control the water level by add more or less water.

AND DONE!

I wish you a good luck making your own DESKTOP WATER FOUNTAIN and Please DON'T FORGOT TO VOTE IN THE MAKE IT MOVE CONTEST.

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    Nice! :D it's a simple but pretty piece!, great job! :D

    Nice project. I can see needing the holes around the edge if the water were overflowing the top container, but then you'd need a trough around the edge of the bottom container. What are the holes for in your design?

    actually its for to water to go on a cycle and you use it to increase the water level.

    Nice, but not quite a fountain :D

    I recently saw something where water was swirled inside a glass tube until it reached the upper lid and then flowed down the side. Then you have like a free standing vortex. I guess the water is pumped up again and fed in a way to create the whirlpool.

    opps thankx for the comment

    I love vortex's and could watch them all day. Up here ours naturally go clockwise viewed from the top and I think a lot more thought should be put into enhancing nature than fighting it. Your project is a great way to contemplate what happens in nature and observe a phenomonone.