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Hi everyone i am Swachhand, this instructable will show you how to make a wind turbine model that generates REAL electricity.....This Is My First Instructable........
Parts Required : 1.) 25mm Venetian blind louvre (8 cm) 8 pieces required - for turbine blades2.) 6mm wooden dowel (8 cm) 8 pieces required - for blade ...
Blades made from venetian blind louvres. (Be careful of sharp edges when cutting).If louvres are not available, blades may be carefully cut from margarine containers or similar.Arms are ...
Solder a length of hook-up wire to each of the terminals of the generator. The generator is retained in the arm by gentle pressure from the retaining screw ...
The pivot is made from brass tubing which can be obtained from most model shops.Drill a hole about 15mm into the Support Tower to accommodate tubing.
Drill a hole into the side of the pivot hole to allow wires to exit tower.The wires then are connected to the 2 Banana sockets on the base.
As the blades turn in the wind , the electric motor spins and behaves like a generator, creating a small electric current which travels down the wires to ...
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