For enginering or workers who working on a desk with a computer, Sometimes we're perturbed with dust or small pieces of our work. Sometimes they are strewn on the table to even get into the sidelines computer keyboard and more, and we always forget to buy mini vacuum cleaner or just simply want to downsize. Now you need to make your own mini vacuum cleaner.
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Step 1: This Is What You Need
Step 2: Making a Plactic Plate From Pvc Water Pipe
Step 3: Making a Fan Engine
Step 4: Making a Cover Van Angine
Step 5: Making a Engine Fan and Case
Step 6: Making a Vacuum Cleaner Muzzel and Handle
Step 7: Wiring
NB : There are some suggestions from other members in this section, for safer and reduce the risk of damage to electronical, there is a good idea to add some security components such as resistors or diodes. thanks to all member, thanks to assasinsareus, PhillipS1, Iceman1979, and vagoeng.
-If you do not adding any electro components, we recommend that you do not use your vacuum cleaner is too long in On position. use less than 1 minute in a single usage, wait a few seconds to use it again if your table has not been clean. Not recommended for clean room or a large area.
Step 8: Put a Filter and Finish
okay... now Your usb vacuum cleaner is done and ready to work. not pretty vacuum cleaner but it working..
enjoy your work with a clean desk
NB: all parts on this tutorial is handmade will be easier if using 3D printing to make all part :)
(for more lowcost project video https://www.youtube.com/user/ricdart1/featured coming soon on Instructables)
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