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This summer has been a hot one!

Luckily for Chad here, he has a brand new solar paneled fan! He can use it anywhere because this

fan doesn't require an outlet to power the motor. His high-tech fan has a built in gear box which increases the rpm o the fan blade to provide for a very cool breeze!

Hello everyone, Didexo here! This is my fourth entry to the Rods and Connectors Contest. As shown above, this is a solar paneled fan I built entirely out of K'nex (The solar panel manufactured by K'nex inc. is no longer made nor sold). I hope you enjoyed this entry and it would help me greatly if you could vote for this in the Rods and Connectors Contest!

And remember guys, keep cool ;)

<p>would this be good for a girl scout project?? for 13 year olds of course xD</p>
I suppose.
<p>Neat idea and concept, I really like it :-) </p><p>Voted!</p>
<p>Thank you!</p>
<p>Haha, nice one!</p><p>I always used a normal light to test my solar-motors, lol</p>
<p>Thanks! Don't forget to vote ;). And yes, it was a sunny day to I just went outside!</p>
<p>Nice!</p>
<p>Thanks!</p>
<p>Awesome!! You definitely have my vote! (I wish I was Chad right now)</p>
<p>Thanks man! Same here, phew is it hot!</p>

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Bio: An aspiring engineer, who enjoys long distance road biking, hiking, astronomy, and economics just to name a few. I've been using KNEX prior to ... More »
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