Altoids Mini Battery Powered Fan

Introduction: Altoids Mini Battery Powered Fan

This is my homemade battery powered mini fan

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Step 1:

Step 1: Materials 
Hot glue gun
Scissors
Altoids box...(I have used a different box)
a piece of cardboard
1x AA Battery
switch
A small motor (1.5v-3v)
a pen
Electric cable
a piece of paper

Step 2:

Step 2:

Connect the battery with a motor and switch

Step 3:

Step 3:
Make a hole in the altoids box


Step 4:

Step 4:
place the battery,motor and the switch in the box and glue it

Step 5:

Step 5:
close the box

Step 6:

step 6:
Take a small piece of paper and roll it


Step 7:

glue it on the motor

Step 8:

Step 8:
make a fan blade out of cardboard

Step 9:

Step 9 
glue it on the motor

Step 10: Done!!!!!

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    3 Discussions

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    Erchan
    Erchan

    5 years ago on Introduction

    how can we make slower motor? I wanna try something different.

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    AndyGadget
    AndyGadget

    6 years ago on Introduction


    The fan would work a lot better if you twisted the cardboard to make it more into a propeller shape.