How To Make A DIY Air Cooler

by | Apr 13, 2022 | DIY

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DIY activities are super cool, and it helps explore ideas within children and help them understand the concepts easily. So, continuing with this concept today, we will learn how to make a DIY Air Cooler. Let us begin.


Let us look through the supplies list that is required to make a DIY Air Cooler.


  • Soldering Gun
  • Scissors or Cutter
  • Glue Gun
  • Marker


  • Plastic Jar
  • Plastic Bottle
  • Stepper Motor
  • ON-OFF Switch
  • 9-Volt Battery
  • Fan
  • Wires

Steps To Make A DIY Air Cooler

Step 1: The first step is to take a plastic container and place the stepper motor over it. Once you place the stepper motor, mark its outline on the lid.

Marking the Outline of Stepper Motor

Step 2: When you are done with the marking, gently start cutting the plastic container’s lid.

Cutting the Marking

Step 3: The third step is to mark the lid in the following manner.

Performing Markings on the Lid

Step 4: With the help of soldering un drill the holes.

Drilling Holes

Step 5: Take a plastic bottle and cut its lower section

Cutting the Plastic Bottle

Step 6: Now, place it on one side of the plastic jar and mark its outline.

Tracing the Plastic Bottle

Step 7: Then, gently cut the traced circular outline.

Cutting the Outline

Step 8: The following step is to stick the bottom section of the plastic bottle on that hole.

Sticking the Plastic Bottle

Step 9: Connect the servo motor with the switch and then connect it with the battery heads.

Connecting the Motor, Switch and Battery Heads

Step 10: Stick the Stepper motor on the lid.

Fixing the Motor

Step 11: Apply some glue and stick the 9-Volt battery on the jar.

Fixing the Battery

Step 12: Remove the jar’s lid and then attach a fan to the servo motor.

Fixing the Fan

Step 13: Put the battery cap on the 9-Volt battery and turn on the switch.

Putting Battery Cap

DIY Air Cooler


  • We recommend you use the used plastic bottle and jar
  • If you want more cold air, you can put some ice inside the jar and turn on the fan.

Things To Remember

  • Make sure you fix the connections appropriately


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