Introduction: Mini Fan Propeller With a Empty Plastic Soda Bottle

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This is a super easy way to make a Mini Plastic Fan Propeller with only two materials!

Step 1: Things Needed!

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Like I said this project requires only two materials and they are

  • A empty Soda Bottle( I use Fanta )
  • A mini Hack Saw Blade

Step 2: Cutting With Mini Hack Saw

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Now you want to cut just like that black line in the bottle.

Step 3: Make a Hole

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Now make a small hole in the middle of your bottle. And fix it to a Motor.

Enjoy and Vote to me in the Plastic Contest !!

Comments

ofkingk721 (author)2017-09-07

What domino88 is saying is right you must cut the angles sides but wow this is a great hack using a empty soda bottle!

kinte ryder (author)2017-09-06

Thank you everyone for Comment on my instructable

7thgenflash (author)2017-09-06

Want to try it out for a mini fan

nextgenhawk (author)2017-09-06

how people get these ideas!!!!

bestreview (author)2017-09-06

nice one

desilvan (author)2017-09-06

realy good

boardkey (author)2017-09-06

Whoa nice one what a nice thinking

kinte ryder (author)2017-09-06

Thank You Its a great advise! :D:D:D:D:D

domino88 (author)2017-09-05

I think your instructible is a great start, but you are missing a final step, which is to cut out the angled blades of the propeller. As it stands now the geometry of your cut-out would not push air in a specific direction. It should be possible to remove material between the cusps to leave angled blades. Then based on the rotation of the motor you would need to orient the propeller to either push air to the front, like a fan or pull air to the back like a plane. This being said, the idea of using a soda bottle to make a propeller is a great hack. I'm sure it will come in handy one day.

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