Introduction: DIY Kinetic Art Water Wheel
I always love to craft and give shapes to build DIY structures. So thinking about the kinetic art I made a waterfall fountain. It's a fun project to make. I made it for my balcony garden.
So in this instructable, I will try to summarize you how I made this Kinetic Water Wheel.
Materials I needed to make this fountain:
- Plastic tray
- Foam Board
- Wooden Sticks
- Fidget Spinner
- Plastic pipe
- Aluminium sticks
- 3V-12V Motor
- 3V-12V Submersible Pump
- 5V Adapter
- Hot Glue
- Soldering Iron
Step 1: The Wheel
Two structure that I need to make one is the wheel and a house with wind blades.
So to build these structures take a foam board.
To make the wheel cut the pcs of foam board and attach the pcs with hot glue as shown in the images.
Step 2: Wheel Stand
Now I need to make a stand for the wheel
And to make sure the wheel moves smoothly, so I took two fidget spinner
And stick a pc of foam board with the spinners.
Then attached the spinner with the wheel as shown in the imgs.
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Step 3: The Windmill
Now let cut some pcs of foam board to make the house.
Attach the pcs as shown in the imgs.
Stick a 3V-12V motor with hot glue
Make a fan blade with the foam board and the wooden sticks.
Then connect the fan blade with the motor as shown in the imgs.
Take a 3V-12V submersible pump and join a plastic pipe with it.
Connect the pump and the motor together and connect them with a 5V adaptor.
Step 4: Final Assembling
Take a plastic tray as a water chamber.
Stick the wheel and the house on the tray.
To hold the pipe strong on the house, I attached an aluminum stick with it.
Then I made a human structure with the foam board and stick it with the spinner as shown in the imgs.
And also I made a drum with the polystyrene and a stick as shown in the imgs.
So the human's hand will rotate with the wheel and will hit the drum stick.
Step 5: Finishing...
So the fountain is ready
All I need to make it look beautiful, let's colour them.
Now fill the tray with water.
Plug in the adapter and enjoy the fountain...
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