Just what you always wanted - an automated laundry chute. Jitendra Tailor of
created a laundry chute that opens and closes on its own. Drop your clothes on
the trap door (built into the floor of an upstairs bathroom) and the door
opens, dropping your clothes down to the laundry room. Once the clothes have
fallen, the trap door closes. A motor, a series of pulleys and a couple
switches is all you need to automate the chore of sending your clothes down to
Do you wear your ugly Christmas sweater while fighting zombies, or simply chill in front of your homemade entertainment center while your automated cat feeder keeps your feline friend at bay? Whatever you prefer, one of the following gadgets is sure to get your DIY motor running.
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