Intro: How To Make A Cheap USB Powered FanHow to make a cheap fan from parts bought at the dollar store. Step 1: Preparing the USB CableCut the USB cable to the length you require (long if you need to attach fan to a USB port in the back of your computer). I am ready to give it another shot and wondered if you could share with us what resistor you used and where we could pick one up.
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Through the Newegg EggXpert Review Program, Newegg invites its best reviewers, known as EggXperts, to post opinions about new and pre-release products to help their fellow customers make informed buying decisions.Click here for more details. Why can’t we show you details of this product?Some manufacturers place restrictions on how details of their products may be communicated. This fan can be made for about $2 (plus tax), unless you can buy a double ended USB wire, then you can make 2 USB fans for $3 (plus tax).
With great prices, fast shipping, and top-rated customer service - once you know, you Newegg. On the last note in the last instruction, you mentioned using a resistor to bring the voltage down from 5volts usb to 3 volts for the fan.

I super glued it to a cd, and used an old pointless screw (bolt?) as a sort of pole to keep the cord in place.
Strip off like a 2 inch part of the outer layer of the usb, then snip all the wires except for the red and black ones off. This is pretty damn tough due to the fan wires being short and thin, so you might need an extra set of hands helping you out.

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