How to Make Aeroplane Using DC Motor




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Hello Friends in This Instructable i made a plane actually it is a wodden plane..though the plane cant fly but it is a best toy to play with as the motor rpm is very much less and Thus The Propellers doesnt harm if accidently we touch it

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Step 1: Video for Those Who Hate Reading

Step 2: Gathering Materials

  • Popsicle Sticks
  • DC Motor
  • Hot Glue
  • Switch
  • Battery
  • Toothpic
  • Patience!

Step 3: Building Phase

  • Hot glue is applied to end of popsicle stick
  • Motor is coupled to it
  • Same is repeated until wing is Formed

Step 4: Wing Support

  • Wing is Supported using Toothpics
  • Coupled Between The Plane

Step 5: Building Phase 2

  • Vertical Stabilizer is marked on popsicle stick
  • Glued to The Frame
  • Landing Gear is Made using cardboard and toothpic

Step 6: Finishing

  • Shape of propeller is marked on the popsicle stick
  • Circuit with battery,motor and switch is made
  • Glued in place
  • The Plane is Ready

Step 7: Ready for Action

  • The Plane is Ready you can keep it in showcase
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    8 Discussions


    Question 6 months ago on Step 2

    please can you make the video


    Question 1 year ago on Step 1

    Were Do you get a dc motor from


    1 year ago

    It's a neat idea for a popsicle/craft stick project. I really thought it's gonna fly though. Lol. Anyway, job well done.

    2 replies