How to make a vacuum cleaner robot

2015-07-01 05:27:52
If you want to build you own vacuum cleaning robot, here you go. We have made some researches and found some interesting videos which should allow you to build your own robot. It will not not as good as iRobot Roomba or Neato robots, but it's something to have a good time while building it.

Video description:
This is tutorial, how to build your own vacuum cleaner robot!
Watch it in action!!

Top comments:
1. Jamaal Mahmood: it wouldnt work on carpet
2. TheMC Blender: Sweet put i doubt it works lol no offense
3. Liam Knight: you are a freaking legend Baticqwer, im building one like this except im using a modified 9V cpu fan for the shaker and a 9.6V rechargable battery for the juice, only problem is that im trying to find a way to channel all the debris from the fan to a removable dirt tray. And the fan im using to suck up the dirt, looks like the one your using except the fan causes too much interferance so the dust gets blown away at the sides. Im pretty much halfway through, but i need to find a better base.

Another interesting video how to make "cleaner" but not a robot which you can build by your own.

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Vacuum cleaner robot history
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