Blower from a tin can

Blower from the tin can - small, yes udalenkaya! Any master knows how important order is in the workshop. But to clean this room clean sometimes is not such an easy task. Especially it concerns hard-to-reach places - tile seams, shelves, racks, fixtures, etc. The usual brooms and brooms are quite fit. But today we want to offer a special tool for solving such problems. The blower, made by the author of the video, underscores that eccentricity can be found in everything, even in means for cleaning. And despite the fact that there are already a lot of sweeping brushes, air spray guns and panicles, someone comes up with this unique home-made product.
Blower from a tin can

Necessary resources for building a miracle blower

Materials:
  • Five tin cans - three flat, two high;
  • A motor,Type 775;
  • Two lithium-polymer or similar batteries with a contact group;
  • Button-switch with wires;
  • Several plastic gears for the size of the motor shaft.
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from tin canTools:
  • Cordless screwdriver;
  • Set of conventional and pen drills;
  • Scissors for metal;
  • Ordinary scissors;
  • Soldering iron with flux and solder;
  • Impeller with abrasive and cutting disc for metal;
  • Glue gun;
  • Adapter for charging batteries.
  • Screwdriver, pliers, knife.

Assembling a blower with your own hands

Step one - making a body with a guide tube


To begin with, we take a wide tin can, and make a screwdriver in it ku hole a feather drill with a diameter of 20-22 mm. "style =" max->"Blower from a tin canCanned air blowerbanks
 Tin can blower
In the bottom of the same cant we make a small hole under the motor shaft. This can be done with an ordinary drill or with an impeller (there will be less burrs). Having tried the engine in place, we mark two side openings for fastening bolts for it. The hardware is small, so we make holes for them 2.5-3 mm in diameter.
 Air blow can from the tin can
 Tin can blower
 Blower from the can

 Blower from a tin can
 Tin can blower
We make a guide tube from a high narrow can. We cut the bottom and collar with metal scissors. Then we take any round rod, and we twist the tube of small thickness, with which we give the shape of a cone.
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
We clean the amalgam abrasive from the two edges of the tin. This needs to be done for a quality connection. To keep the tin shape, put on the edge of the tube rubber tie. We take a soldering iron, and with the help of a flux, we solder the entire joint.
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Mark the incision of the tube at an angle to the circumference of the can, like a watering can. We cut the collar tube with scissors.
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Attach the base of the tube to the hole in the jar, and solder it with a soldering iron. Solder must pass through the entire gate to the connection was reliable. Our body should have the following form (photo).
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can

Stage two - we make the impeller

From the next smaller smaller can, we cut the bottom and side wall.From the received tape we cut six small petals.
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
The bottom should freely fit into the body (large jar), without touching its side walls. Make a hole in the center with a drill or an awl, and divide the circle into six equal parts. To do this, you can use a protractor, noting 60 and 120 degrees from the center line.
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Mark the lines with notches using scissors for metal. We clean the marking with abrasive along the entire length of the solder. We also do it with petals. "style =" max- width: 100%; " alt="Blower from a tin can"> Blower from a tin canBlower from a tin can Slightly curving the petals in an arc, we set them one by one, and solder to the lid with a soldering iron. The center of the impeller should remain intact.Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can To transfer torque from the engine to the impeller, use the plastic gear. For her, expand the hole with a suitable diameter drill. Epoxy glue will help fix it.Blower from tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
After the epoxy has dried, collect the main part of the device. We fix the engine on the screws, and then fasten the impeller.
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can

Stage three - outer cover and electrics

In the third wide canister, select the middle in the bottom with a furniture cutter. We cut the excess so that one lid remains, suitable as a plug for the case.
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Blower from a tin can
Bend the edge of the lid slightly with pliers, and insert it into place in the body. Fix the connection stub for reliability in several places with a soldering iron.
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
The electrical circuit of this homemade is simple. It involves a battery, which has two outgoing contacts to supply electricity to the device (engine), and two incoming - for recharging. We solder to the engine two wires with a connector under the contacts of the batteries, and we connect these two elements. The intermediate link in the chain is the button. A button-switch is brought to the side surface of the case, and glued with hot glue. Also fasten and batteries.
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
The device is ready, now charge the batteries through the adapter, and check it in action.
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can
Blower from a tin can

Conclusion

Such an unpretentious thing is capable of blowing air pretty powerful, sweeping garbage from machines, a desktop or a surface necessary for work. Of course this is not a complete solution for cleaning the workshop, and sooner or later all unnecessary will have to be swept into the urn. But when it comes to saving time, and the compressor is busy, such a blower will be most welcome.

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