How do you make a simple conveyor belt?

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For a conveyor belt you will need a series of rollers, frame and some strong rubber to make the belt. One of the rollers will need to be motorised if you want the belt to run on electricity. Place the rollers on the frame and cover them with the rubber. Between the rubber and the rollers most commercial conveyor belts have some sort of supporting fabric such as some kind of woven cotton. Alternatively you could use two layers of rubber. The heavier the load the stronger the belt’s support needs to be.
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To make a simple conveyor belt for kids, first gather all of the materials then nap a rim on each suspension then slip the rubber wheels onto the rims again orient the wheels so that the suspensions have the wheels both pointing the same direction then mount one of the 16-by-2 plates to the underside of the suspensions in the centre again mount the 10-by-2 stud plate on the underside of the other 16-by-2 stud plate also put the smaller plate onto the larger one so that the blocks overlap at all 20 studs and are centred again slip the edge of the 12-by-4 into the space on the 16-by-2 block so that it fits in between the gap between the 15 circles and the frame that goes around the circles also slip the opposite edge of the 12-by-4 into the gap between the studs of the 16-by-6 plate so that the majority of the plate protrudes in the direction of the wheels also put the LEGO pelvises together into a long loop by inserting the studs that normally go into the LEGO body into the underside of the feet of the next pelvis again use the craft glue to secure the joint between each pelvis where the two pelvic studs slide into the underside of the feet the wait for the glue to dry before slipping the belt onto the wheels.
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