Electric Sander/CD Spinner/Eraser

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Introduction: Electric Sander/CD Spinner/Eraser

In This Instructable, I will show you how to make a Electric Sander/CD spinner/Eraser all in one!!(you can make this invention into almost anything you can think of!!)All you will need is a spinner of a old CD player, a small box lid,and a 9 volt battery.

Step 1: Object You Will Need

Some objects you will need are:
1. Cardboard cutter
2. Spinner of a CD Player
3. Small box lid
4. Tape
5. 9 volt battery
6. CD/sand paper/eraser

Step 2: Preparing the Box Lid

Steps:
1. For this step you will only need the Cardboard cutter,the Box Lid, and the spinner.
2.Now trace the bottom of the spinner on the left side and cut it out with the cutter as seen in the photo.
3.Next, push the spinner into the hole with the wires.(it should fit just fine.)
4. Lastly, make a cut with the cutter on the right side for the battery.(The cut should be 2 1/2 cm long.)

Step 3: Putting in the Battery and Taping It

1.Now carefully put the 9 volt battery into the cut and near the wires as seen in the picture.
2.Next, tape the battery down so it can't move
3.Tape one of the wires to the negitive side of the battery(leave the other wire alone)

Step 4: Starting It Up

1.If you want to tape it, tape it now(I used silver tape)
2.To start it up, touch the wire that is not taped to the battery and put it on the position side.(It should start up)
3. Use your brain and think of ways to use this inventions(CD spinner/Eraser/sander)
NOTICE:If you liked this Instructable, please vote for me on the top of this page.Thank you and I hope you have fun!!

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    18 Discussions

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    thefunktopus
    thefunktopus

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Could you make this into a saw by cutting a saw shape thing in the side of the cd? Book savvy people will know that thi is in Anthony Horowitz's book "Point Blanc".

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    stephenniall
    stephenniall

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Haha i did that and made a adaptor for my dremal apart from i burned holes with my soldering iron Hmm kinda worked till the cd shattered in my face

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    wolf555hound
    wolf555hound

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    oh yea! i remember that Alex Rider part. i tried making that=]. dont attempt...

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    electronic boy
    electronic boy

    12 years ago on Step 4

    it works better if you add a gearbox ratio 1;20 or 1;10

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    santy22
    santy22

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    But that waould destoy the shield generator!.......Oh i mean the cd

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    SWV1787
    SWV1787

    13 years ago on Introduction

    this might have a good application for a CD scratch remover but I think it might be too week for many other applications

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    !Andrew_Modder!

    cool! I made a sander out of an old hard drive (and made a external AC power supply) but does this go faster, and does it have more torque than a HD?

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    SWV1787
    SWV1787

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    no it would have less torque, speed?... well I don't know.

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    ironsmiter
    ironsmiter

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    faster, probably not. more torque? not even close.

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    Zero.Vs.One
    Zero.Vs.One

    13 years ago on Introduction

    nice and informative Instructable but what can I do with it?

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    kill-a-watt
    kill-a-watt

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    I'll second this. I'm confused at the purpose, unless what you are trying to do is spin a CD with parts from a CD drive. It looks like you are taking the motor and guts out of a CD-ROM drive, putting them in a box, adding a battery, and mounting a CD to the thing and making it spin. So where does the electric sander and the eraser come into play?

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    clothbot
    clothbot

    13 years ago on Introduction

    So... How did you go about securing the CD so it doesn't spin off and cause some rather unfortunate damage?

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    PocketSized
    PocketSized

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    I'd second that question... So long as no pressure is applied to the CD as it is spinning then the plastic attachment on the motor (3 small spring loaded ball bearings that protrude just enough to secure the CD in place) should be enough to hold it. But to apply pressure to the CD as it's spinning, like the Instructables title suggests (Sander/Eraser), could be enough to push it free from the ball bearings... Perhaps this is something you could improve upon in a future Instructable? But all in all it's a nice Instructable. Well done.

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    scooterdriver
    scooterdriver

    13 years ago on Introduction

    nice instructable! it is very simple to make and can be used for many things. You definitely have my vote!