Rotating Glider

Introduction: Rotating Glider

I made this project in kaggalipura nook

I made this project with these materials:


1. Ice-cream sticks

2. DC motor

3. 9v battery

4. Battery clip

5. DC motor fan

6. A length of single sand wire

7. Rubber band

8. Thin wood stick


1. Hot glue gun

2. Scissor

3. Cardboard

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Step 1: Place the Ice Cream Sticks

Place the ice cream stick with the help of hot glue gun on the both side of the DC motor

Step 2: Placing the Rubber Band

Place the rubber band on the ice cream sticks that it should not remove again

Step 3: Connecting the Battery to the DC Motor

Take the 9v battery and connect to the DC motor and then take hot glue and paste the battery on the top of the glider

Step 4: Placing the Wooden Sticks

take 2cm of wooden sticks and place it in between in the wooden sticks in front of the glider, and fix the DC motor fan.

Step 5: Placing the Wheel

Take the hot glue gun and stick the 9v battery on the top of the glider place the rubber band on the battery as it should be tight, and make the wheels with the help of cardboard, and stick the wooden pieces for the motor and place the wheels to the sticks.

Step 6: The Glider Is Ready

Place the DC motor fan to the DC motor, and connect the battery clib to the battery, and the glider is ready for you.

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    2 Discussions


    2 years ago

    I love it. It is going on my do-this-soon list.


    2 years ago

    A very nice little project. I may try it myself. However, a small correction, not a biggie, but a glider does not have a motor. Still, it does look like a lot of fun.