I experiment with new R.O.V designs to make the best R.O.V ever.

This was the ROV I built for my science project for school. 

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Step 1: Materials

Because this was a science experiment to See Wich a jet drive or prop drive would make and ROV go faster i had do do all the steps of the scintific Procedure. The materals were (look in word documents.

Step 2: Frame

The frame of the ROV is made out of PVC pipe that I just got at the store.

Step 3: Paint

Painted the rov gray so it would look like metal. I use a spray paint made for plastic.

Step 4: Making the Motors

 I used Kajnjaps procedures to make thrusters. use this link to get the instructions for the motors:

Step 5: Wiring

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    Question 1 year ago on Step 5

    So what was the result of your science experiment? Nice design


    6 years ago on Introduction

    BTW the materials doc is you have a link? Also what is the cost of the total project

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    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    I will get the materials fixed soon the entire project cost me around $350 dollars but i had expensive/hand made pieces donated so probably with those included you are looking around $500 max. I suggest get all parts you can online because it is much cheaper.