Switch Operated Garage Door

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Introduction: Switch Operated Garage Door

About: Abhinav Khemka

This is a garage door that has been created by me and my team of two: Saish Bhandari, and Sauhard Shrestha.

This is an interesting project, this is an 9 Volt battery operated garage.

Step 1: Material Required:

  • Cardboard
  • Motor 12v [1]
  • Wires [2m]
  • Copper wire
  • Yellow LED[6] (optional)
  • Red LED [4] (optional)
  • Blue LED [2] (optional)
  • Battery 9V [3]
  • Two way switch [1]
  • String
  • Black tape [1]
  • Pencil [1]
  • Color papers (optional)
  • Binding Tape Of Different Color (optional)
  • Decorative Tape (optional)

Step 2: Tools Required:

  • Soldering Iron
  • Soldering Wire
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Hot Glue Gun Stick[4]
  • Scissor
  • Glue Stick
  • Wire Cutter
  • Scale

Step 3: Get a Suitable Box

Get a suitable box according to the size of the garage you want,

then cut of the excess parts of the box such as: side flaps of the box.

Then after if you want you can decorate it with colored tape. (optional)

Step 4: Adding Motor

Then we added a 12v motor to the top of our cardboard garage, then we brougth the two wire from the motor to the inside of the garage and continued to the back side of the of the garage then ti was continued to the right side of the garage. Then we added a two way switch and connected the battery to it.

Step 5: Adding the Pulley and the String

the we added the pulley,we made it by using a copper wire and bending it then we connected the string from the

axle through the pully to the garage door and glued it using the hot glue gun

Step 6: There We Made It

we have made our own switch operated garage

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    What an awesome build, and it's great that it's beginner friendly! You guys did an amazing job showing your process!

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