Introduction: Motorized Lazy Susan
3/4 inch MDF
1/2 inch MDF
Bataries (6 AA whired in series)
Wier (Black and Red)
Paint (pick a color you like but wight is the beast for photography)
Small pack of 1 inch screws
Pen or pencil
Step 1: Cutting
First you need to daw a crucial,
Then Cut out the crucial using a jigsaw,
After you have done this you then need to sand down the edges so they are nice and smooth.
Drill small hole in the center of the top plate for the motor.
Use the shaft on your motor to find the correct size drill bit.
Cut a slot out of the 3/4 inch MDF and attach it to your bace to hold the motor.
Step 4: Paint
Next you are going to want to pant all the parts that are MDF.
Step 5: Wiring
Un fournatly the motor I had was broken and I was not able to finish the wiring. I was planning on using AA battery's wiered in series to make 12v for the motor, it was going to be switch so that I could easily turn it on and off.