Introduction: Spaceships Made With Mini Vacuum Cleaners

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A few years ago, I had two damaged mini vacuum cleaners (like the ones used in cars) in my workshop. So, I created spaceships!

A vacuum cleaner spaceship is easy to made. First, remove the inner parts (motor and electric stuff). You will need the case. For the wings, I used cassette decks from a stereo in one ship and parfurm caps in the other. For the tail, I attached toys pieces. Use the plastic trash you want! Personalize your spaceships! Even I made gaitling guns with deodorant caps and markers tubes. Paint using spray paint.

Now, you have a toy your kids will enjoy!

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SusanG93 (author)2016-06-11

Wonderful. Just what I need. Last year's xmas outdoor was all Star Wars; this year it is aliens and spaceships. Thanks.

M.C. Langer (author)SusanG932016-06-13

Thanks to you, Susan! Glad you liked it!

oakironworker (author)2013-09-04

Good stuff my friend

Thanks buddy!

masynmachien (author)2012-04-26

wow! magnificent!

M.C. Langer (author)masynmachien2012-04-26

Thanks!!! :-)

chicopluma (author)2012-04-25

if I haven't seen that kind of vacuum cleaners I would say that you bought that toys. Too awsome

M.C. Langer (author)chicopluma2012-04-25

Thanks Chicopluma! :-)

RocketMan1957 (author)2012-04-25

cool idea, i think with a bit of thinking way outside your box I may be able to make this idea into a working rocket and fly it at a future launch

Thanks RocketMan! :-)

l8nite (author)2012-04-23

these are GREAT and inspirational I think I have several around somewhere

M.C. Langer (author)l8nite2012-04-23

Thanks I8nite! :-)

Nahual (author)2012-04-23

Classic. I always thought they had a weird enough shape to be spaceships! :)

M.C. Langer (author)Nahual2012-04-23

Thanks!!! :-)

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Bio: I'm Mario Caicedo Langer, from Colombia, former Navy officer and BSc in Naval Sciences. Right now I'm Technical Director and Technology Lead Teacher ... More »
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