Make bubbles in the wind : weathervane

by magic_mushrooms, published

Make bubbles in the wind : weathervane by magic_mushrooms Jul 1, 2015


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Here is a weather vane that uses the wind to blow bubbles .
I modeled more propellers to get into most printers .
All parts are very easy to print and assemble with M4 bolts and a small threaded rod M4 .
For the axis that supports the weathervane , I use a stainless steel tube of 10 mm diameter .
With the two gears , the wheel that makes the bubbles turns 3 times slower than the propeller .
I use epoxy glue to fix the rings together to make the rudder.
You just have to put some special soap in the small bowl.
Good print

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