Diy auto filter roller

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  1. Harry s

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    Gonna be building one of these. Screenshot_2018-06-11-20-09-42.jpeg
     
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    Harry s

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    Some parts
    1.shafts
    2.float switch
    3.some screws
    4.motor
    5.4mm & 5mm acrylic
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    Very interesting, well done,
    You to control the speed of that motor
    I think it should roll very slowly
     
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    Harry s

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    The moter is a 4 rmp very slow
     
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    Where did you get the Motor from? And at What Price?
     
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    Harry s

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    Update while im busy with it 20180616_132905.jpeg 20180616_134735.jpeg
     
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    Harry s

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    Some more pics 20180616_150528.jpeg 20180616_150544.jpeg
     
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    Harry s

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    Float switch in 20180616_164107.jpeg 20180616_164046.jpeg
     
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    Some serious diy.
     
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    Mad skills harry.

    Don’t they only move when the water fills up in the Centre compartment. It uses a float switch to trigger the movement.
     
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    Yup the float switch triggers motor and once level drops motor stops .
     
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