Very easy to make, electric motor, wires and battery.... a flying airplane

Step 1: Materials

Picture of Materials
Materials: pop can, electric motor, 9v battery hack, wires, and fishing line or any rods

tools: cutter pliers, scissor
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DaniyalS12 months ago
Does this electric motor will work, plz tell.
Email id =daniylparvez2002@gmail.com
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Svictor074 months ago

pretty cool

omg thanks I got an a+ for it

SudarkodiN8 months ago

but how did make it to fly on weight 9 volt battery and weight motor?

Worked like a charm. It flew pretty fast too. We didn't use a pop can, but took a propeller off of a broken RC helicopter and it worked. Otherwise, we followed the instructions exactly. Project takes a little while, but is fun to watch the airplane spin around when it is all done.

mahdyfo1 year ago

Wow it won't fly ! it's too heavy, doesn't have any wings, and the batteries are not suitable.

Aditya M1 year ago

I don't think it will fly.

I would try to make it........

halimaw963 years ago
Could this work if you used small button cells instead? Like a CR2032 maybe?
it could but the cr2032s might not be powerful enough for it to fly very far
RAYMOND VON2 years ago
cant fly so hight atlest 2km!
chetancc2 years ago
Put video plz so that we can see it flying...
Your Video Isn't working
vraja24 years ago
WILL IT FLY?????????????????
wmmt3 vraja24 years ago
NO, is Will it blend?
Can we microwave this?
Oh I didn't see that one yet!

haha: "Where is the microwave?!"
>< epic

and also dangerous; they should have a remote control to start the microwave :) especially when it has explosives inside.
Bender will make it bend.
Don't breathe this.
it will not fly....
Tomdf3 years ago
Is it just me or is the plane hovering in most of those photos? Does Barq's contain some kind of anti-gravity property that I'm unaware of? If so, what about A&W?
Tecman_013 years ago
Mmm can be applied to a plane to scale???
shivam223 years ago
It will not work. An aerodynamic model will be needed
u r right ,no wings nothin at all n where's da video?????????????
CamoBedding3 years ago
Such a smart idea. Thanks for posting
what about the second end of the motor any one ?
what do you mean?
kinan Algag3 years ago
interesting easy
neoking19914 years ago
those one's of you people who think it's a trick, are extremely stupid 

the hole idea is to have this "plan"  hanging from the ceiling and when you turn the motor on it will start to spin around a center point (in a circle)   
and the gray wire is not attached to the batteries because if you have noted  he didn't use a switch  so if it was attached it will run 

but i guess you didn't read it to the end  thats in case you were not too stupid to read   . 
masoon4 years ago
somehow this instructable has 4.5 stars?
Think people are confusing your instructables for an actual flying plane, correct me if I'm wrong but what your trying to show how to build is a tether plane. The kind you used to be able to buy at toy stores and most likely now only at airport gift stores. All the weight is suspended by fishing line from a tether mounted on your ceiling. The prop turning would pull it through the air, the fishing line would guide it in a perpetual circle. So yes, doesn't really fly, but its got kinda like flying action. Still fun for little ones. Check out the picture.
p.j.atul4 years ago
how does it fly horizontally without any wings? this is. foolish.please be realistic.
Sk8terthing6 years ago
hey guys. What is that gray cord connecting the electric motor and the battery? What is giving off the electric current, that grey wire or the copper wire?
the copper wire is keeping it sturdy while the grey wire gives and recieves current
is the almost c through wire or whatever the fishing line??????? this is so #$#$#$# confusing
gunner20004 years ago
how stupid i thought it would fly without th fishing line totally stupid and also lame

SHut he hell up its not hard to build just do it
lollyXD5 years ago
i already hav a small plastic proppeler, is it ok? will it fly?
it probably will, as long as the blades are curved pretty much like this. if its a hobby airplane propeller it almost certainly would and so would a large-ish lego propeller
aequitasx135 years ago
what kind of electric motor is that? and where do you acquire it?
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