DIY Battery Powered Water Gun

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  • Anonymous Vlogs
    Anonymous Vlogs 20 days ago

    OMG! This is by far the funniest accent i ever heard. Laughed my ass off through the hole video and then he said, "Oh ya! Press the like button!" #Almost peed a little.

  • Beverly French
    Beverly French 5 months ago

    cool

  • Vadym Volodko
    Vadym Volodko 6 months ago

    great The best instruction is on InpliX website.

  • Joshua Sturt
    Joshua Sturt 6 months ago

    good drill choice # dewalt 4 life

  • Clash With Clans
    Clash With Clans 7 months ago

    just Shake the future ...OhYEAH

  • tanmay khanna
    tanmay khanna 7 months ago

    can u design a fidget spinner using this machine

  • Halldòr Sölvason
    Halldòr Sölvason 7 months ago

    ooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh yeeeeaaaaa Nice video LETS GET WET i love it

  • Jarecki __
    Jarecki __ 7 months ago

    Not for children. They desrtroy the battery.

  • Dark Slayer
    Dark Slayer 7 months ago

    I luv the first statement...LETS GET WET!!! XD

  • سعود الشهري
    سعود الشهري 7 months ago

    A good project, your projects using the 3D printer began to evolve
    keep going :)

  • Nick Horvath
    Nick Horvath 7 months ago

    be careful not to run your battery too dead or you could permanently damage the cells. The drill has circuitry to cut out the battery if the voltage drops too far.

  • affan -6
    affan -6 7 months ago

    Oooooooooohhhh yaaaaaahhh

  • affan -6
    affan -6 7 months ago

    Oooooooooohhhh yaaaaaahhh

  • Pink Guy
    Pink Guy 7 months ago +1

    Nice video m8😘😘😍😍

  • Nihar gaur
    Nihar gaur 7 months ago

    That was so nice, and finally ... Ohhhhh Yeahhhhh....

  • Calo Nico
    Calo Nico 7 months ago

    Awesome idea man! If I could do it I would lol

  • Evren Uçar
    Evren Uçar 7 months ago

    The 3d printer unlocked your inner potential man :D

  • felixthemaster1
    felixthemaster1 7 months ago +1

    "Let's get wet" ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

  • I.G. Noreme
    I.G. Noreme 7 months ago

    Maybe you could rotate the bottle to make some sort of stock. This would of course need some support from the bottom but I don't think that is a problem when you have a 3d printer.

    • Shake the Future
      Shake the Future  7 months ago

      Yes, that's another option.
      If I'll make another water gun, I'll consider all the suggestions.
      Cheers!

  • tanmay khanna
    tanmay khanna 7 months ago

    wow awesome project

  • Sebastian Nava
    Sebastian Nava 7 months ago

    what your ethnicity? just curious

  • coondogtheman1234
    coondogtheman1234 7 months ago +6

    I would have put the battery on top and the bottle on bottom so in case this leaks it won't get into the battery. There is a good amount of tech in those lithium drill batteries.

    • Shake the Future
      Shake the Future  7 months ago +2

      Yes, it's a good point.
      I considered to do it, but at the end I did not. The bottle does not leak, so there should not be any problems, unless you don't close it properly.

    • Yoni Hikri
      Yoni Hikri 7 months ago

      coondogtheman1234 I think he put the water on top to help the pump push the water, since, you know... gravity.

  • Luka Ratić
    Luka Ratić 7 months ago

    It seems like your becoming master of your work! Danny the 3D printing master! XD Cheers!

    • Shake the Future
      Shake the Future  7 months ago +1

      Just like with everything...more you do it, better you become. I am far off to be a master, but thanks for the kind words :)

  • LiNi
    LiNi 7 months ago

    STF can u say hi 🙏🏽

  • Nacho TV
    Nacho TV 7 months ago

    Dewalt might have to start considering having a Toy Division.

    • Shake the Future
      Shake the Future  7 months ago

      I am sure they would do good.
      Fathers would have an excuse to buy an extra battery for son's water gun......knowing that it is actually for their drill.

  • Centron
    Centron 7 months ago +3

    "Let's get wet !"

  • Uthman Ahmad
    Uthman Ahmad 7 months ago +4

    you are amazing and very talented
    you are the youtuber number one for me
    keep up the good work and I wish you you have the biggest youtube channels
    im sorry for my english it's not very good
    your biggest fan from Saudi Arabia 🇸🇦

  • Ahmed zain
    Ahmed zain 7 months ago +4

    Oh yea

  • Count T C
    Count T C 7 months ago

    once again an amazing job...u always do awesome things...love your channel! !!!!!!!

  • MC's Creations
    MC's Creations 7 months ago

    Great project, bro! And the best is you don't even need a 3D printer or a DeWalt battery to make it. :) Pipes and a battery pack would be more then enough. That's what makes it so great. :)

    • MC's Creations
      MC's Creations 7 months ago

      Shake the Future Sure! It can always be useful!

    • Shake the Future
      Shake the Future  7 months ago +1

      Thank You!
      Yes, you don't need 3D printer or drill's battery, but I liked the idea that you can use battery from a drill.

  • Diego's game stuff
    Diego's game stuff 7 months ago +1

    I personally dont like dewalt tools lol but I can just do it with a riobi drill

    • Diego's game stuff
      Diego's game stuff 6 months ago

      they're both professional but I like ryobi alttle better lol

    • Joshua Sturt
      Joshua Sturt 6 months ago

      ryobi of dewalt dont get me wrong ryobi are great but dewalt is professional

    • Shake the Future
      Shake the Future  7 months ago +1

      This is my first Dewalt drill and I love it.
      Can't speak about other Dewalt products.

  • thenameisblu
    thenameisblu 7 months ago +1

    Doesn't look like it goes that far... looks like the hole the water goes though is too big.

    • Shake the Future
      Shake the Future  7 months ago

      You are right. It's not the most powerful water gun.
      I tried to make the hole smaller, but the pump was not powerful enough to push through all the water.
      This was the optimal size. I need to swap the pump.

    • Yoni Hikri
      Yoni Hikri 7 months ago

      thenameisblu the cool thing is since it's 3d printed, it can be changed pretty easily.

  • Özgün Kara
    Özgün Kara 7 months ago

    I read water powered battery gun cuz its 2.30 AM here and clickbaited myself. nice vid btw

    • Shake the Future
      Shake the Future  7 months ago +1

      I do it all the time. Open a video and realize that I misread the title :)

  • Shake the Future
    Shake the Future  7 months ago +4

    Finally I found a use for the small water pump I had.
    Not bad for the size, but lacking power.
    If you make something like this, you’ll want to use more powerful pump.
    PS. I’ll read your comments in a few hours.
    Cheers!

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