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▶Materials Used : -Cardboard Sheets -ball bearing [medium size] -100 rpm dc motor -on/off switch -USB cable -sharpie/bid size markers -hot glue gun
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Step 1: Take a Medium Size Bearing ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 2: Remove the Cap of the Sharpie Pen ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 3: Stick to the Bearing As Shown Using Hot Glue ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 4: Stick 2.5 Cm Cardboard Strip Around the Bearing ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 5: As Shown in the Figure ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 6: Take a USB Cable ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 7: Cut at the End and Separate the Wires in It ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 8: Cut the Black and White Wires Present in It ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 9: Connect a 50 Rpm Dc Motor and a ON/OFF Switch As Shown in the Figure ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 10: Cover the Wires Using Wire Tapes ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 11: Stick a Small Piece of Gluestick on the Top of the Shaft of the Motor As Shown ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 12: Take a Circular Cardboard and a Small Strip of Fine Grade Sandpaper ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 13: Stick the Sandpaper at the Circumference of the Circle As Shown ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 14: Stick the Bearing Portion As Shown in the Figure ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 15: Place the Sharpie on the 25 Cm Square Piece of Cardboard ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 16: Place the Dc Motor to the Sandpaper As Shown in the Figure ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 17: Cover the Whole Portion As Shown ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 18: Add a Circular Cardboard Shaped Stand on the Rotating Floor ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 19: Place the Main Big Circle Floor As Per Your Requirement ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 20: Cover the Top Surface With White Paper ( REFER VIDEO )
Step 21: And You Are Good to Go ... This DIY Project Is Complete
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