PROJECT:  Take a Standard Classic Oster Blender and connect it to a 2 cycle motor.
Zero to Smoothie in 3.6 seconds?

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Assemble
parts

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"Performance testing"

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 An Explosion of Flavor

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Video
Clips

original blender

motor mount to frame (eventually proven to be too weak and had to be replaced with a steel plate)

The inspiration for this project came from a ToolTime episode and from these websites

BlenderBlaster
Click HERE
 to see website

Daiquiri-Whacker
click HERE to see website

Gas Powered Blender from On The Edge Marketing

BlendTec

DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME!!!!

  • NOV 21.... WELL... it appears that we DON'T have a centripetal Clutch.  that is the next step.  FIND a clutch and ADAPT our screaming machine to make it fit
  • NOV 29... CLUTCH... you don't need a clutch!  3 major manufacturers of gas powered blenders do not use clutches...  "it is a technique thing" according to the makers of the blenderblaster.
  • DEC 12... HOLD ON!   we are at the eve of our debut.... it will be smooth!
  • Jan 24... ALIVE after 2 weeks of rebuilding the lower housing to eliminate the leak from the crankcase and replacing the spring (both actions require a complete teardown)  the class has fun delivering smoothie goodness to teachers and students during first period.
  • JAN 29... REBUILT the carb--> new needle valve, reeds, and fuel pump.  easy start... tons of power... at last, the fruits of our labors taste SO SWEET
    1 part JUICE, 1 part ICE, 1 bottle of PRE-MADE SMOOTHIE in a bottle
  • JAN 30... RECIPE du jour: 1 red bull, handful raspberries, a gurgle of juice, and SOME ice... 4 seconds later WHAMMY!!!!!
  • Feb 1... Recipe:  1 small tub of vanilla yogurt, 1 part ice, 1 part juice, 1 handfull berries.  MMMM yummy goodness... lots of seeds
  • FEB 14... 1/3 bottle coffeemate caramel, 16 OZ strong SUMATRA Coffee, ice  
    SUPER FRAPPACINO!

 

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