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i decided to make this mini blade-less fan as part of a couple of competitions that are going on at the moment, the green living and the USB ...
you will need: A small DC motor Any kind of Fan blade, in this case i used a laptop heat sink fan A cardboard tube 2 sheets of A4 paper ...
Simply attach your blade to your motor using hot glue
make two large circles by rolling the paper, and then they must be able to fit one inside the other, then trim them to size, ensure that they ...
splay one end of your cardboard tube, then fit through the hole and secure it, ensure that it is not covered in any way
I used cocktail sticks that were glues to the fan, and then attached them to the base on the cardboard tube, i then attached the whole rig onto my breadboard, ...
Connect it to your power supply, either battery or USB cable and feel free to add a switch or something, to activate and deactivate it, thanks for viewing ...
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